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Listen: Howard Worsley on ‘The Hiddenness of the Kingdom’

Join us for our Friday chapel sermon series, where currently our students are receiving a challenging weekly meditation on the Kingdom of God. Listen to the fifth session (16 minutes), ‘The Hiddenness of the Kingdom’, led by Tutor in Missiology Rev Dr Howard Worsley.  

Listen: Justin Stratis on ‘The Kingdom of Heaven Is Like…’

Join us for our Friday chapel sermon series, where currently our students are receiving a challenging weekly meditation on the Kingdom of God. Listen to the fourth session (20 minutes), ‘The Kingdom of Heaven Is Like…’, led by Tutor in Christian Doctrine Dr Justin Stratis.

Listen: Emma Ineson on ‘The Nearness of the Kingdom’

Join us for our Friday chapel sermon series, where currently our students are receiving a challenging weekly meditation on the Kingdom of God. Listen to the third session (19 minutes), ‘The Nearness of the Kingdom’, led by Principal Rev Dr Emma Ineson. <

What does it mean to forgive?

Our Tutor in Theology and Ethics, Rev Dr Jon Coutts, has recently written A Shared Mercy: Karl Barth on Forgiveness and the Church (Intervarsity Press) to explore what it means to forgive and reconcile in the context of the church. Q: What are the qualities of ‘Christian’ forgiveness? A: Ten years ago when I left […]

Listen: David Firth on ‘Yahweh is King’

Join us for our Friday chapel sermon series, where currently our students are receiving a challenging weekly meditation on the Kingdom of God. Listen to the second 25-minute session, ‘Yahweh is King’, led by Tutor in Old Testament Rev Dr David Firth. 13 January 2017

Sharing the Bible with Children

How can we best share the stories of the Bible with a child? A Q&A with Tutor in Missiology Rev Dr Howard Worsley. Q: Are there better or worse approaches to sharing Bible stories with children? A: Absolutely. Sadly there seems to be a fair amount of bad approaches to sharing Bible stories with children, […]

Is Your Church Developing Leaders?

One of the key teachers for Trinity’s new School of Leadership, Ian Parkinson explains why developing leaders within your congregation is more important than trying to complete an increasing list of ministry tasks. Imagine your house is on fire and the blaze is threatening to get out of control. You are standing in front of […]

On Unity

A couple years ago I taught a 9-week Sunday School class on a fairly controversial topic. I was very thankful for the opportunity to broach the subject in our church but was a bit nervous about how it would go over. At the first class it became clear that we had a good number of […]

A Christian Response to the Refugee Crisis

Last autumn, Trinity hosted a well-attended symposium to consider a Christian response to the European immigration and refugee crisis, which featured three lectures from Trinity College and Bristol Baptist College faculty members. The audio from those lectures is now available below, for those who would like to hear it, or to share with friends: 0:00-24:33  […]

Jesus: the King who comes with peace

One of the great things lacking in today’s world is peace. Indeed it would be true to say that a lack of peace is endemic in society. One of the sad facts of history is the number of famous people who have had everything and yet the one thing that has eluded them is peace. […]

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