podcasts

Here you can find the latest talks and other audio from The Bethel - Old Trafford Christadelphian Church. The six most recent talks available online are listed below, and an archive going back two years can be found on the left. For anything older than two years, please refer to the Feedburner link below, or the iTunes Podcasts link.

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Trevor beautifully sums-up thoughts and experiences that have been shared over the last four weeks and challenges us as a community to explore what barriers we might be putting up or holding on to that are getting in the way of us being the open, accepting, embracing, gracious and enabling people that we aspire to be as we reflect the love of God.
Have you ever taken your FOT? As a car needs an MOT every year, to keep us on the right path, it is sensible to take a Faith On Test regularly. What is it that you need to wake up to for your faith to be reinforced and challenged so it can grow and become stronger?
What do we understand by what Jesus said when he proclaimed he was The Way, The Truth and The Life? What did Jesus mean? Tony unpacks the practical application of the words of Jesus on our lives today.
When you’re afraid, what do you do? There’s so much in our lives to make us worry, to tell us to be afraid. Mostly though, don’t we fear being out of control, out of grace or out of breath? In the letter to the Philippians, Paul’s focus is not on the short term problems but on the eventual solution. The Psalmist encourages us to trust, and Malcolm encourages us to have no fear and take comfort in God’s love and His promises.
If you want your whole being to proclaim God, you'd better get ready to show your emotions. Steve explores our strange relationship with our emotions and encourages us to demonstrate by how we live and what we display emotionally, what matters most to us. In this we will show how much our relationship with Jesus and God means to us.
Andrew Downton visits us with news from Riga, where he and Mel have been helping at the winter food kitchens for a few years. He brings with him the lessons learned from those they met, saw baptised and heard testimonies from. Not all churches have the same needs, but in Riga it’s simple: they all need each other, and the love they share, seeing each others problems and showing that love in any way they can to support one another. The lesson is clear - are we known by our love? Do we act with compassion and selflessness in all circumstances? And how much do we truly value our faith?