Why all the hate?

Why all the hate?

Why are we hated? Charlie unpacks the offensive message we carry.

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Charlie Lamont

Charlie Lamont

The Rev'd Charlie is one of the co-founders of The Bridge. He's a young curate in the Church of England, married to Hannah with whom he lives in lovely Surrey. Charlie has a plan in life... to glorify God in all he does. He has a heart for young people to be caught by the Holy Spirit, and be guided into the Father's will. Along side this, he has a healthy love of fine ale. Read what he has to say!

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The Big Story #6: God's Church

The Big Story #6: God's Church

Rounding off our big Bible overview we look to the conclusion of the story and what we need to do to get there. God has chosen us to play a part in it, but how? What does it mean to be God's church?

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The Big Story #5: God's Son

The Big Story #5: God's Son

It all points to Him, everything that had come before, the promises, the prophecies, the people. Here we reach the climax of God's story in a person, God's son, Jesus Christ. We don't understand him until we see how he fits into what's come before.

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The Big Story #3: God's Kingdom

The Big Story #3: God's Kingdom

Look around the world and we see kings, presidents, leaders who are very much flawed. Israel had a king - God, but they wanted a human king. We look at how that worked out for God's people.

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The Big Story #2: God's People

The Big Story #2: God's People

God's story is both cosmic in scope and intimate in care, we see that as he chose to fulfil his purposes in a family. But why did God choose Abraham and the people of Israel to be the ones who would be a blessing to the whole world?

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Why all the hate?

Why are we hated? Charlie unpacks the offensive message we carry.

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