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The Keswick Convention Podcast is coming very soon, bringing interviews with guests and speakers from the forthcoming Convention this summer. Presented by James Cary, the show is a mix of testimony, theology and reflection.Keswick Ministries exists to inspire and equip Christians to love and live for Christ in His world, through serving the local church.
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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 (https://keswickministries.org/donate)
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 (https://keswickministries.org/donate)
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 (https://keswickministries.org/donate)
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 (https://keswickministries.org/donate)
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 (https://keswickministries.org/donate)
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 (https://keswickministries.org/donate)
Rachel Redeemed talks to Dr Ruth Bancewicz, church engagement director for The Faraday Institute for Science and Religion. Ruth shares about her journey to working in science and to knowing Jesus and how those things were intertwined. Ruth also shares her thoughts on engaging well with those in our church family who work in the scientific field as well as a few starters for 10 on what to make of some of the things we hear about in the news.You can also come along to one of Keswicks Science training sessions, or maybe point someone in your church/ a science student you know towards one of the Faraday Institute summer schools/ courses - more info here. More details can be found for churches here....with the Faraday website as this ( https://www.faraday.cam.ac.uk/ )You can have a look at Keswick's publications and further resources here or investigate the Keswick Ministries Engaging with science course 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 (https://keswickministries.org/donate)
The podcast returns in 2021 for a chat with author and theologian Andrew Ollerton, who has written a new book called The Bible: a Story That Makes Sense of Life - and how the Bible makes sense of us. We hear about Andrew's journey to faith and to - and through - pastoral ministry, reflections on that journey, and writing and releasing a book during lockdown.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)
Rachel Redeemed talks to author and pastor,  Mark Meynell. We have a tee up for what is in store at the Keswick Convention 2021 from the book of Hosea, as well as thinking aloud about what we can learn from Jesus who came as our slave. Mark speaks candidly about what being a Christian leader can and should look like as well as sharing how he first met Jesus.You can catch up with what Mark has recently been writing in a Christian book shop or online store in print, or on his blog - markmeynell.net. He's also been dabbling in online auctions which has led to the setting up of 'Inkinglings & Yarnspinners' - inklingsbooks.co.uk if you are interested in some choice second-hand books. Mark's recommended book, 'Spurgeon's Sorrows' from Christian Focus can be found 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 (https://keswickministries.org/donate)
Rachel Redeemed talks to musician and worship pastor,  Ben Slee. We hear about what being a music pastor (as opposed to just a 'music director' or 'worship leader') is all about, what Ben has been up to in and out of lockdown and what scriptures have been particularly precious for him at this time.You can listen to Ben's version of The First Nöel here. You can also catch up with his latest music releases here and 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 (https://keswickministries.org/donate)
Rachel Redeemed talks to musicians and worship leaders,  Colin Webster and Phil Moore. With the world still upside down in and out of lockdowns, we hear of what these two have been up to, what they have been dwelling on in scripture and more.You can see Phil's 'Home for Christmas' initiative and where you can pick up a copy of their carol-service-at-home here: https://www.10ofthose.com/uk/products/27085/home-for-christmas-carol-serviceYou 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 (https://keswickministries.org/donate)
James is back, talking to Simon Manchester in North Sydney, Australia, about preaching, evangelism, his journey to faith and how there's more to Ezekiel than dry bones.Have a look at Keswick's publications and resources here.This podcast is from Keswick ministries at the website. You can also find a link to the other podcast, Kes Talks, herePodcast presented and produced by James Cary.Theme tune is Tiny Things by Yvonne Lyon Support the show (https://keswickministries.org/donate)Support the show (https://keswickministries.org/donate)
Rachel Redeemed talks to musician and worship leader, Olly Knight, whose world was turned upside down in lockdown, and the opportunities that opened up as a result.See Olly's Lockdown Album story on YouTubeHave a look at Keswick's publications and resources here.This podcast is from Keswick ministries at the website. You can also find a link to the other podcast, Kes Talks, herePodcast presented and produced by Rachel Redeemed.Theme tune is Tiny Things by Yvonne Lyon Support the show (https://keswickministries.org/donate)
The Keswick Convention podcast returns with a conversation with Carl Knightly, Chief Executive of Faith in Later Life. Carl talks about his journey to faith, how he didn't listen to his paster and his tough times working for the Home Office, raising and family and how he was challenged about the ministry of older people as he began work for Faith in Later Life.Find out more about the Faith in the Second Half online seminar on October 15 2020.Find about more about the day long event planned for May 2021 here.This podcast is from Keswick ministries at the website. You can also find a link to the other podcast, Kes Talks, herePodcast presented and produced by James Cary.Theme tune is Tiny Things by Yvonne Lyon Support the show (https://keswickministries.org/donate)
James Cary talks to singer-songwriter Yvonne Lyon who talks about her upbringing, finding her calling in the arts and noticing things. She talks about the genesis of two songs about Hope she has contributed to the Virtually Keswick Convention.Find out more about Keswick ministries at the website.You can also find a link to the other podcast, Kes Talks, herePodcast produced by James Cary.Theme tune is Tiny Things by Yvonne Lyon Support the show (https://keswickministries.org/donate)
James Cary talks to Jodi Whitehouse, founder & chief executive of the charity Caring Matters Now, a UK charity supporting children and adults affected by Congenital Melanocytic Naevus (CMN), a rare and life-threatening condition. She is also new Trustee for Keswick Ministries. Jodi is leading prayers, along with Matt Searles, at the Virtually Keswick Convention.Find out more about Keswick ministries at the website.You can also find a link to the other podcast, Kes Talks, herePodcast produced by James Cary.Theme tune is Tiny Things by Yvonne Lyon Support the show (https://keswickministries.org/donate)
James Cary talks to Mike Cain, Senior Pastor of Emmanuel Church, Bristol about Mike's journey to faith, finding a home in Jesus's mansion and how we can find hope not just in what Christ has done, but who he is and what he is like.Find out more about Keswick ministries at the website.You can also find a link to the other podcast, Kes Talks, herePodcast produced by James Cary.Theme tune is Tiny Things by Yvonne Lyon Support the show (https://keswickministries.org/donate)
James Cary talks to writer, speaker and Director of the Solas Centre for Public Christianity, Andy Bannister. They talk about evangelism, apologetics and terrifying moments in Speakers Corner on step ladders. How do we stand our ground?Jesus Asked: What He Wanted to Know by Conrad GempfQuestioning Evangelism by Randy NewmanHeroes: Five Leaders From Whose Lives We Can Learn by Andy BannisterThe Atheist Who Didn't Exist: Or the dreadful consequences of bad arguments by Andy BannisterFind out more about Keswick ministries at the website.You can also find a link to the other podcast, Kes Talks, herePodcast produced by James Cary.Theme tune is Tiny Things by Yvonne Lyon Support the show (https://keswickministries.org/donate)
James Cary talks to pastor, scholar, former Christian College Principal and international ministries director for the Langham Partnership, Chris Wright who talks about how God is powerfully at work across the world, as well as offering some insights in how to preach the Old Testament.Knowing Jesus Through the Old Testament by Chris WrightThe Mission of God: Unlocking The Bible's Grand Narrative by Chris WrightThe Old Testament in Seven Sentences by Chris WrightFind out more about Keswick ministries at the website.You can also find a link to the other podcast, Kes Talks, herePodcast produced by James Cary.Theme tune is Tiny Things by Yvonne Lyon Support the show (https://keswickministries.org/donate)
James Cary talks to General Director of Christians in Sport and Director of Cambridge United Football Club Graham 'Danno' Daniels, who will be speaking on Titus at this year's Virtually Keswick Convention 2020.Links mentioned in the show:Christians in Sport PodcastInterview of Graham Daniels with Ed Drew on the Faith in Parents podcast.Find out more about Keswick ministries at the website.You can also find a link to the other podcast, Kes Talks, herePodcast produced by James Cary.Theme tune is Tiny Things by Yvonne Lyon Support the show (https://keswickministries.org/donate)
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