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How can I actually get more grateful? What is it that grateful people do? Do you have some tips on building habits for being and staying a more grateful person for the rest of our lives? We come into land on the last episode in our latest series of The Keswick Convention Podcast on gratefulness with fresh new content from the fab guests we have heard from in previous episodes. Huge appreciation to all who have contributed and are helping us all, by The Spirit, become more grateful. Onwards to The Keswick Convention itself! You'll hear these speakers over the 3 weeks and you'll catch James Cary and Rachel Redeemed at the last week - Week 3 - hosting The Night Shift as part of Keswick Unconventional.You can have a look at Keswick's publications and further resources here.This podcast is from Keswick ministries. You can also find a link to the other podcast, Kes Talks, here.This podcast was presented by James Cary and Rachel Redeemed, and produced by Rachel Redeemed.Support the show (https://keswickministries.org/donate)For information on year round training from Keswick Ministries, go to:https://keswickministries.org/teaching-training-events/Support the show
Our local churches can look small and unimpressive. Up close, we really see the flaws and the problems. But what else can we see? And how can we give thanks for this most precious gathering of God's people? James gets some answers from Director of Co-Mission, Richard Coekin; James also talks to Anna Putt, Keswick Trustee and co-host of the Shielded by Grace podcast, to hear the encouragements and challenges, plus reflections from co-host Rachel Redeemed too.You can have a look at Keswick's publications and further resources here.This podcast is from Keswick ministries. You can also find a link to the other podcast, Kes Talks, here.This podcast was presented by James Cary and Rachel Redeemed, and produced by Rachel Redeemed.Support the show (https://keswickministries.org/donate)For information on year round training from Keswick Ministries, go to:https://keswickministries.org/teaching-training-events/Support the show
Here we go. Brass tacks folks! How are we genuinely grateful for our identity in Christ? We've heard it as a nut-shell phrase but how do we go about living out this identity and being grateful? What about when it's really hard and we just don't see it? Or it all just feels theoretical? We start by defining our terms and understanding why and how we've got here with our identity and hear from Professor Glynn Harrison and Author and speaker Karen Soole on our identity in Christ and how on earth we can be grateful for it. As ever, chit-chat and 'what does this feel like for you and me' with Rachel Redeemed and Jam Cary. You can have a look at Keswick's publications and further resources here.This podcast is from Keswick ministries. You can also find a link to the other podcast, Kes Talks, here.This podcast was presented by James Cary and Rachel Redeemed, and produced by Rachel Redeemed.Support the show (https://keswickministries.org/donate)For information on year-round training from Keswick Ministries, go to:https://keswickministries.org/teaching-training-events/Support the showSupport the show
We want to be someone who gives thanks in all circumstances but what about when it's really hard? How can we genuinely be grateful for past battles and what can we learn from them? What about battles we have faced in culture, in church history and personally? We dive in deep with conversations with Niv Lobo, curate in Southampton for Highfield Church, and Glynn Harrison, retired academic psychiatrist now living in London.You can have a look at Keswick's publications and further resources here.This podcast is from Keswick ministries. You can also find a link to the other podcast, Kes Talks, here.This podcast was presented by James Cary and Rachel Redeemed, and produced by Rachel Redeemed.Support the show (https://keswickministries.org/donate)Support the show
Ungrateful Kids?

Ungrateful Kids?

2022-04-0134:32

We want our kids to be grateful, right? We keep telling them to say 'thank you'. But how do we make it a heartfelt habit, rather than just lip-service. The truth is that parents have to be grateful themselves! Ed Drew, from Faith in Kids, explains how this works out in our messy families lives, along with comments from Anna Putt and Girma Bishaw.You can have a look at Keswick's publications and further resources here.This podcast is from Keswick ministries. You can also find a link to the other podcast, Kes Talks, here.This podcast was presented by James Cary and Rachel Redeemed, produced by James Cary.Support the show
Being grateful doesn't come naturally? And when we are having a hard time at work and our boss is being a pain, it can feel a bit of a joke. How can we give thanks in those times? Rachel talks to Mark Greene, author of Thank God It's Monday, for more on thinking through our work as Christians. He's written a number of other titles and is Mission Champion for London Institute for Contemporary Christianity (Licc). Rachel also talks to Niv Lobo, the curate at Highfields Church in Southampton about being a Christian in 'Christian' work and things for those of us in 'boss-dom' should chew on as Christians. You can have a look at Keswick's publications and further resources here.This podcast is from Keswick ministries. You can also find a link to the other podcast, Kes Talks, here.This podcast was presented by James Cary and Rachel Redeemed, produced by Rachel Redeemed.Support the show
Grateful in Loss?

Grateful in Loss?

2022-03-0431:18

Being grateful doesn't come naturally? And it seems impossibly far away when we're living through a time of loss. How can we give thanks in those times? Jam talks to David Gibson, Minister of Trinity Church Aberdeen (IPC), and author of Living Life Backward: How Ecclesiastes Teaches Us to Live in Light of the End. Jam also talks to Girma Bishaw, co-founder of the Gratitude Initiative.You can have a look at Keswick's publications and further resources here.This podcast is from Keswick ministries. You can also find a link to the other podcast, Kes Talks, here.This podcast was presented and produced by James CarySupport the show
Why Be Grateful?

Why Be Grateful?

2022-02-1825:27

How can we be grateful and be full of thankfulness when life can be so busy, frustrating, stressful, painful and difficult? That's the question we're asking in Season 4 of the podcast. New format. New Music. Grateful is the theme of this year's Keswick Convention so we talk to talks to James Robson, Ministry Director of the Keswick Convention about why that theme was chosen. Jam also talks to Girma Bishaw, co-founder of the Gratitude Initiative.You can have a look at Keswick's publications and further resources here.This podcast is from Keswick ministries. You can also find a link to the other podcast, Kes Talks, here.This podcast was presented and produced by James CarySupport the show (https://keswickministries.org/donate)Support the show
Talking to James Cary this week are Adrian and Celia Reynolds. Adrian serves as associate national director for FIEC and also as a leader at Christchurch Harborough where Celia works part time as the women’s worker at church as well as in the home.They have have been married for 30 years,  have three daughters, and three grandchildren and have written several books on marriage and sexual intimacy and are running a couple of seminars during Week 3 of this year’s convention on Faithfulness in the Home: Faithful in marriage. You can have a look at Keswick's publications and further resources here.This podcast is from Keswick ministries. You can also find a link to their other podcast, Kes Talks, here.This podcast was presented and produced by James CaryThe theme tune is Tiny Things by Yvonne Lyon Register and book for the Keswick Convention 2021 here.Support the show
Sharon, a medical doctor and someone who has walked a difficult road with a variety of severe and enduring mental health struggles shares how she has leaned on the Lord through her journey. She shares her love of psalm 13, the how and why of her new book 'Wrestling with my thoughts' as well as the struggle to see herself as more than a diagnosis... and what we as church family can do to help those in similiar situations.Sharon Hastings is absolutely passionate about helping anyone who suffers from 'severe and enduring mental illness' (SEMI): schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and schizoaffective disorder. She wants the church to know all about these illnesses: how they devastate ordinary people and how they need to be treated. 'Wrestling with my thoughts' You can read more from Sharon by picking up her new book 'Wrestling with my thoughts' from IVP here: or here (https://www.10ofthose.com/uk/products/25885/wrestling-with-my-thoughts) ...and you can come along in person to week 1 of the Keswick Convention to hear more from Sharon. Helpful links:Sharon's facebook page for the book is here:https://www.facebook.com/WrestlingWithMyThoughtsSharonHastingsWeb resources with downloadable leaflets and information on a range of mental illnesses:Mind - ‘The mental health charity' <www.mind.org.uk>Rethink Mental Illness‘A better life for everyone affected by mental illness.’ <www.rethink.org>The Royal College of Psychiatrists (UK)Advice from a medical perspective. <www.rcpsych.ac.uk/mental-health>Online advice from a Christian viewpointBiblical Counselling UK <www.biblicalcounselling.org.uk/>Mind and Soul Foundation - ‘To equip, educate and encourage.’ <www.mindandsoulfoundation.org>Think Twice - ‘To increase awareness and decrease stigma so that people are as able to be open about their mental health condition as they are about having the flu.’<www.thinktwiceinfo.org>In an emergency, If you or someone else is at serious risk, call 999 or attend your nearest A&E. If the situation is less urgent, see your GP or contact your local out-of-hours service. In England and Wales, phone 111. For immediate emotional support Premier Lifeline: this National Christian Helpline provides confidential emotional and spiritual support from a Christian perspective. Call 0300 111 0101 between 9 am and midnight. The Samaritans provide twenty-four-hour telephone (116 123) and email (jo@samaritans.org) helplines. You can have a look at Keswick's publications and further resources here.This podcast is from Keswick ministries. You can also find a link to their other podcast, Kes Talks, here.This podcast was presented and produced by Rachel Redeemed.The theme tune is Tiny Things by Yvonne Lyon If you would like to Support the show, you now know where to go! (https://keswickministries.org/donate)Register for Keswick 2021 here.Support the show (https://keswickministries.org/donate)Support the show
James talks to David and Maura Baldwin 2:19, an SIM ministry designed to help UK churches reach out to their local multi-cultural communities through English lessons. Dave also teaches at Oak Hill Bible school in North London.You can have a look at Keswick's publications and further resources here.This podcast is from Keswick ministries. You can also find a link to their other podcast, Kes Talks, here.This podcast was presented and produced by James CaryThe theme tune is Tiny Things by Yvonne Lyon Register and book for the Keswick Convention 2021 here.Support the show
Rachel Redeemed talks to Rachel Jones, author and senior editor at The Good Book Company. In this episode of the Keswick Convention Podcast, we hear some of Rachel's story as to how she came to realise her need of Jesus as a child and how that can encourage us in the seemingly every day of the Christian life.   You can hear more from Rachel in week two at the Keswick Convention with two sessions on prayer and a further two based on her book 'Is This It?'You can read more from Rachel by picking up any of her books from The Good Book Company website: https://www.thegoodbook.co.uk/authors/rachel-jones ...or listen in on audible to A Brief Theology of Periods (Yes Really) ( https://www.audible.co.uk/author/Rachel-Jones/B07P3HXRLJ ) or Finding More ( https://www.audible.co.uk/search?searchNarrator=Rachel+Redeemed ).You can have a look at Keswick's publications and further resources here.This podcast is from Keswick ministries. You can also find a link to their other podcast, Kes Talks, here.This podcast was presented and produced by Rachel Redeemed.The theme tune is Tiny Things by Yvonne Lyon If you would like to Support the show, you now know where to go! (https://keswickministries.org/donate)Register for Keswick 2021 here.Support the show (https://keswickministries.org/donate)Support the show
Rachel Redeemed talks to Inonge Siluka, blogger, youth and women's worker while working full-time for a cancer charity as a financial advisor!  In this episode of the Keswick Convention Podcast, we hear some of Inonge's story, her faith journey, and her journey to the UK and explore her experience with church family through tricky times. Inonge shares some of her thoughts on how the hope she has in Jesus makes a difference to her every day - and indeed some thoughts on why and how we can cherish Christ in this season.  You can hear more from Inonge in week three in a session for women and girls on what it means to live a faithful life.You can hear more from Inonge on her blog Overflow Chat here - http://www.overflowchat.com/ This maybe one to send on to women you know who are keen for evangelism but up for thinking things through by reading another women's perspective... You can also jump in to follow Inonge on Twitter here (https://twitter.com/zambianscot)You can have a look at Keswick's publications and further resources here.This podcast is from Keswick ministries. You can also find a link to their other podcast, Kes Talks, here.This podcast was presented and produced by Rachel Redeemed.The theme tune is Tiny Things by Yvonne Lyon If you would like to Support the show, you now know where to go! (https://keswickministries.org/donate)Support the show
Rev Tom Putt is the vicar of St John the Baptist in Burford, and Youth leader at the Keswick Convention. He talks to James Cary about how to stay encouraged, and how parents really are the key to raising a new generation of Christians.You can have a look at Keswick's publications and further resources here.This podcast is from Keswick ministries. You can also find a link to their other podcast, Kes Talks, here.This podcast was presented and produced by James CaryThe theme tune is Tiny Things by Yvonne Lyon Support the show
James talks to Rico Tice, Senior Minister for Evangelism at All Souls, Langham Place in London, and the man behind and often in front of Christianity Explored  a husband and father of three.Email info@keswickministries.org for more information on the Prayer meeting on Zoom and get the prayer calendar here.Faithful Leaders by Rico TiceHonest Evangelism by Rico TiceTalking Jesus research can be found here.Gav Calver episode of the podcast here.You can have a look at Keswick's publications and further resources here.This podcast is from Keswick ministries. You can also find a link to their other podcast, Kes Talks, here.This podcast was presented and produced by James CaryThe theme tune is Tiny Things by Yvonne Lyon If you would like to Support the show, you now know where to go! (https://keswickministries.org/donate)Support the show
Rachel Redeemed talks to College Director  Dr Dan Strange,  Lecturer in Culture, Religion and Public Theology at Oak Hill Theological College. In this episode of the Keswick Convention Podcast, we hear some of Dan's story as to how he came to faith and what has been encouraging him in this season. He also shares on connecting faith to culture as well as the hope we have in Jesus and what difference that makes in the season we are in. Dan also shares some advice on supporting your church leadership, whatever that looks like for your church family and what it means to 'preach unto them Jesus'. You can find out more from Oak Hill Theological College here:https://www.oakhill.ac.ukCrosslands Seminary here:https://www.crosslands.trainingYou can jump in on Twitter here to hear more from Dan: https://twitter.com/drdanstrange You can have a look at Keswick's publications and further resources here.This podcast is from Keswick ministries. You can also find a link to their other podcast, Kes Talks, here.This podcast was presented and produced by Rachel Redeemed.The theme tune is Tiny Things by Yvonne Lyon If you would like to Support the show, you now know where to go! (https://keswickministries.org/donate)Support the show
Dr Garry Williams from the Pastors' Academy talks about how his destiny appeared to be in theological education, despite his best efforts to be a lawyer, a teacher and a pastor. Garry talks about  surviving secular theology and equipping pastor in need of refreshment.Find out more about the Doctrine Study Day on 9th Nov 2021.Watch Faith in the Second Half online seminar - Dr Garry Williams on the theology of old age on YouTubeYou can have a look at Keswick's publications and further resources here.This podcast is from Keswick ministries. You can also find a link to their other podcast, Kes Talks, here.This podcast was presented and produced by James Cary.The theme tune is Tiny Things by Yvonne Lyon Support the show
Rachel Redeemed talks to Director of Training and Resources for Biblical Counselling UK, (https://www.biblicalcounselling.org.uk/) Helen Thorne. In this episode of the Keswick Convention Podcast, we hear some of Helen's heart for how we as a church member can pastor our hearts in this season, and the hearts of those around us. Helen takes us into some of Hosea and Habbakuk as well as pointing us to the God who can hold us through every bad mental health day.  We also hear some of her story as to how she first met Jesus and some of the journey sinceYou can find out more from Biblical Counselling UK here (https://www.biblicalcounselling.org.uk/)You can jump in on Twitter @_BCUK or @HelenRuth12.You can have a look at Keswick's publications and further resources here.This podcast is from Keswick ministries. You can also find a link to their other podcast, Kes Talks, here.This podcast was presented and produced by Rachel Redeemed.The theme tune is Tiny Things by Yvonne Lyon If you would like to Support the show, you now know where to go! (https://keswickministries.org/donate)Support the show
Rachel Redeemed talks to CEO of Evangelical Alliance, Gav Calver. In this episode of the Keswick Convention Podcast, we hear some of Gav's heart for the UK and beyond in how we cope, respond and 'keep going' at this time. Gav speaks about how he met Jesus and the journey since. May this put a smile on your face and the joy of Christ in your heart. We hear how we can keep sharing Jesus, our greatest Hope, through 2021.You can find  out more about being a member of the Evangelical Alliance yourself, here.You can have a look at Keswick's publications and further resources here.This podcast is from Keswick ministries. You can also find a link to their other podcast, Kes Talks, here.This podcast was presented and produced by Rachel Redeemed.The theme tune is Tiny Things by Yvonne Lyon If you would like to Support the show, you now know where to go! (https://keswickministries.org/donate)Support the show
In this episode we talk to pastor, author and Cornhill lecture, Rev Dr Andrew Sach.  We hear about Andrew's journey to faith via an explosion and a PhD on ears. We move onto the effects of lockdown and the opportunities for the Church, before reflecting on the much neglected books of 1 and 2 Kings.You can have a look at Keswick's publications and further resources here.This podcast is from Keswick ministries. You can also find a link to their other podcast, Kes Talks, here.This podcast was presented and produced by James CaryThe theme tune is Tiny Things by Yvonne Lyon Support the show (https://keswickministries.org/donate)Support the show
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