Don’t be frightened by Coronavirus

Passage : Psalm 46

If you missed our daytime services today, you can catch up on this recording!
Richard teaches from Psalm 46 in a special one-off message in the light of the COVID-19 outbreak.

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EVENING Sermon Reflection Questions 

Psalm 46  

  1. If we’re honest, in what ways are we tempted to be afraid at the moment?  
  1. What difference does it make that “God is our refuge and strength”? How specifically does Psalm 46 comfort and strengthen us? 
  1. How can we draw near to this God during this crisis? How will we encourage each other?  

More about the author :

Richard Coekin

Richard is married to Sian and they have five grown-up Children and a dog called Hudson. He is the Senior Pastor of Dundonald Church and CEO of Co-Mission Church planting initiative in London and has a Bible teaching ministry in parliament. He is the author of several books most recently, Ephesians for You, the reluctant Evangelist, Faith for Life and has a Bible Ministry in Parliament. He is passionate about Jesus Christ, rugby, ski-ing, and the moment when Julia Roberts says “indefinitely” in the film Notting Hill (in that order).

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