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The Upside Down | Part 7: Blessed are the Peacemakers

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The Upside Down | Part 7: Blessed are the Peacemakers

This week our guest and friend, Jonny Clarke, continues our series in the Beatitudes with Matt. 5:9, "Blessed are the Peacemakers, for they will be called children of God".

As someone with over 20 years of experience in peacebuilding and reconciliation, Jonny is perfectly placed to explore the meaning of this passage, and how we can be the 'shalom-bringers' God intends us to be.

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The Upside Down | Part 6: Blessed are the Pure in Heart

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The Upside Down | Part 6: Blessed are the Pure in Heart

This week, Ryan Hawthorne continues our series in the Beatitudes, with Matt. 5:8, "Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see God". He encourages us to reorientate our hearts towards Christ, offering us a valuable practice and posture to embody, and therefore aid, that re-orientation.

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The Upside Down | Part 5: Blessed are the merciful

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The Upside Down | Part 5: Blessed are the merciful

Our guest and friend, Jarrod McKenna joins us this week to continue our series on the beatitudes, with Blessed are the merciful, for they will be shown mercy. - Matt. 5:7. Pastor, activist and co-founder of First Home Project, Jarrod is well-placed to teach us about what mercy looks like and how God's people can show the mercy of God to others.

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The Upside Down | Part 2: Blessed are those who mourn

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The Upside Down | Part 2: Blessed are those who mourn

David Armstrong speaks on the second beatitude and this strange proclamation of Jesus that those who mourn are blessed. He explores grieving and it's role to enlarge our souls, to make way for human connection and participation and make room for the comfort and healing of others and God.

The Series "The Upside Down" seeks to dig into the Beatitudes, understanding what Jesus is saying and seeing the upside-down world which He speaks about.

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The Upside Down | Part 1: Blessed are the Poor in Spirit

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The Upside Down | Part 1: Blessed are the Poor in Spirit

David Armstrong opens our new series on the Beatitudes, introducing us to the overall theme and diving into the first of the Beatitudes, "Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven."

The Series "The Upside Down" seeks to dig into the Beatitudes, understanding what Jesus is saying and seeing the upside-down world which He speaks about.

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