Happy Mondays - Honor
on April 17th, 2019
I started my working life as a primary school teacher which was followed by ten years working for Frontline Church. Increasingly I recognised that one of my main strengths lay in helping people through difficult times in their lives so I began training as a counsellor while I was still working at Frontline. I started training aged 59 which in itself was a challenge as I was by far the oldest on th...  Read More
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Travelling at the speed of light - John Harding
on April 9th, 2019
We’ve been thinking throughout our series ‘Because of Jesus’ about our identity in Christ. How we are hidden in Him, and how as we behold Him, we start to see ourselves for who we really are. It’s a profound mystery; how we can be in Christ and Christ in us. How you are in Christ and I am in Christ. We’ve said throughout the series how we died with Christ. Somehow, 2000 years ago, you died in Him ...  Read More
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Happy Mondays - Rachel
on April 3rd, 2019
Hi, I am Rachel Marshall and I currently work for the family support charity, Safe Families for Children. I have worked in the charitable sector and for various local authorities for most of working life, apart from a season in a fish farm, and a deli (not at the same time!). I love working with people; with children and families, with other professionals and agencies. I thrive on finding out what...  Read More
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It was good for me to fail - John Harding
on March 27th, 2019
At the beginning of January as a sort of Christmas gift, I was able to go skiing in France with a  few guys from church. It was to be my first ever time skiing – having never done anything like that before; no skiing, no snowboarding, not even ice skating or skateboarding.Being somewhat competitive by nature (the Lord is working on my character), and knowing Jack Mariner was to be skiing for the f...  Read More
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Our Values - Authentic Devotion
on March 19th, 2019
We believe that love and passion for Jesus has to be the starting point for everything we do. As Frontliners we desire to be growing in our intimacy with Jesus, recognising that it's all about His grace. John talks to Jennie Connolly about how developing her relationship with God has helped her to make some big decisions in her life. John: Jennie, tell us a little bit about yourself?Jennie: My nam...  Read More
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Our Values - Kingdom Impact
on March 12th, 2019
We believe that Frontline is called to make an impact; in the city through to the nations. We desire to see the Kingdom of Heaven established here on earth in every sphere of society. John Harding talks to Hana Clarke about how Imagine If  has helped in transforming her life over the last few years. John: Hi Hana. Obviously I know you, but why don’t you tell us a little bit about yourself?Hana: My...  Read More
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Our Values - Extended Family
on March 5th, 2019
John: Why don’t we begin with you introducing yourselves?Charli: We’re Josh and Charli. We came to Liverpool to study and that’s where we met. We’re both vets now. We’re married and have a little boy called Ezra. When I came to uni I wasn’t a Christian, I came to faith through friends at uni who connected me into Frontline Church.Josh: I was brought up in a Christian family on Guernsey. We went to...  Read More
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Our Values - Confident Witness
on February 20th, 2019
This week we look at the value 'Confident Witness'. We believe the gospel is both words and works. Presence and Proclamation. In an increasingly secular society we desire to confidently make a noise about who Jesus is and what he's done for us. John Harding spoke to Paul Brown to find out about his work with The Message Trust. Tell us a little bit about yourself and the work you do with the Messag...  Read More
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Happy Mondays - Helenor
on February 12th, 2019
I know that the Lord secures justice for the poor and upholds the cause of the needy. - Psalm 140 v 12  My name is a Helenor. I am married with 3 senior school aged children. I qualified as a solicitor in 1995 and have worked for Liverpool City Council for the last 12 years. I work in child protection - presenting cases at the family court and being involved in the decision making of whether a chi...  Read More
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Normal Christianity is Supernatural (Part 2) - Chris Kent
on February 6th, 2019
God has a vision and mission to fulfil. His mission is to see His Kingdom come to earth and to overthrow every evil work that is against His Kingdom.‘Your kingdom come, Your will be done on earth as it is in heaven.’ - Matthew 6:10‘For this purpose the Son of God was manifested, that He might destroy the works of the devil.’ - 1 John 3:8bGod’s mission is that ‘none will perish’. Jesus came to seek...  Read More
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Normal Christianity is Supernatural (Part 1) - Chris Kent
on January 30th, 2019
I remember the moment well when it began to dawn on me that there was more to Christianity than attending a church. I had been radically saved by Jesus at 15, shortly before this I was messing around with drugs, arrested for burglary and expelled from school.Initially my response to follow Jesus was an emotional reaction to His overwhelming, unconditional love. Then I had a hunger to understand wh...  Read More
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The Joy of the Lord is your Strength (Part 2) - Anna Evans
on January 16th, 2019
In John 14 verse 12 Jesus says “I tell you the truth, anyone who believes in me will do the same works I have done, and even greater works, because I am going to be with the Father.”In part 1 of this blog, we looked at how responsibilities can become a burden and wear us down if we hold on to them too tightly. It is important for our own health and well being to hold things lightly. In stewarding ...  Read More
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