Hearing God’s Voice
Listen to a series talks given by Andrew Sach on the issue of hearing God’s voice today. This series covers often-confusing areas such as guidance and the sufficiency of Scripture.
Listening to God
‘But one thing is necessary...’ Jesus teaches Martha that sitting at his feet and listening to his teaching is the one necessary thing. Be encouraged by this talk to listen to God.
The Gospels: Fact of Fiction?
Many people struggle with the issue of reliability of the gospels. In this talk Charlie Skrine shows why we can, in fact, trust the facts of the gospels.
John’s Gospel as Eyewitness Testimony
John’s gospel has come under attack in recent years with many scholars doubting the authenticity of the book. In this talk Charlie Skrine shows why we can trust that John’s gospel is a trustworthy eyewitness testimony to the words and life of Jesus Christ.
A Short History of Nearly Everything
Listen to a 4-part series given by Charlie Skrine aiming to give an overview of the Bible story. Charlie helps us see that though the Bible is given in 66 different books, it has one coherent and amazing storyline.
by Nigel Beynon & Andrew Sach
This is a toolbox. Sorry if this conjures up painful memories of failed DIY projects, hours spent waiting for the emergency services on the hard shoulder of the motorway, or rusty, forgotten implements decked with cobwebs at the back of your garden shed. But there are no spanners or trowels here. These tools are rather a means of getting to the bottom of any Bible passage and discovering its true meaning.
God’s Big Picture
by Vaughan Roberts
Sixty-six books, forty authors, written over nearly 2,000 years, in many different genres. A worldwide bestseller published in countless translations and languages. A book that has been sworn by in court, fought over, and quoted in arguments. Clearly, the Bible is no ordinary book. So how can we begin to read and understand the Bible as a whole?
In this excellent overview, Vaughan Roberts paints the big picture, showing how the different parts of the Bible fit together under the theme of the kingdom of God. He offers us tools to read it with confidence, enthusiasm and understanding. Vaughan points us to the Bible’s supreme subject, Jesus Christ, and the salvation God offers through him.
by Ash Carter & Rich Alldritt
God speaks to us, by his Spirit, through his Word, the Bible, about his Son. Authors Ash and Rich believe passionately that revelation, hearing the authentic voice of God, is one of the most crucial subjects for us to get our heads around, hence this book.
Taking God at His Word
by Kevin DeYoung
Come to understand more deeply the Bible’s lasting significance. See its power to change our lives and move our hearts. Taking God at His Word will give you fresh confidence that the Bible really is worth knowing, trusting and loving.
Words of Life
by Timothy Ward
Timothy Ward explains and defends what we are really saying when we trust and proclaim, as we must, that the Bible is God’s word. In particular, he describes the nature of the relationship between the living God and Scripture.
He examines why, in order to worship God faithfully, we need to pay close attention to the Bible; why, in order to be faithful disciples of Jesus – the Word made flesh – we need to base our lives on the words of the Bible; and why, in order to keep in step with the Holy Spirit, we need to trust and obey what the Bible says.
City Bible Studies
Come and study the Bible together with other City workers on a Monday lunchtime or on Wednesday before work.
Bible Study Resources
The best way to understand more of the Bible is to study it for yourself. However, most of us find this difficult, and so St Helen’s has a collection of Bible study notes for personal or small group use that are free to download.
The Word One to One
The Word One to One is a series of Bible study notes helping Christians to read John’s gospel one to one with their non-Christian colleagues. It grew out of Richard Borgonon, a member of the St Helen's midweek congregation, reading John's gospel with fellow senior executives in the London insurance market.
Richard and William Taylor, the rector of St Helen’s, then put together notes to enable others to do the same. Over the past few years hundreds of City workers have used these notes to share the good news of Jesus with their friends.
St Helen’s Training
St Helen’s Training is a series of videos aiming to train and equip Bible handlers by sharing our best training resources. We pray that people might grow in confidence in their Bible handling whether they are reading the Bible with a friend, leading a small group, or preaching.
St Helen’s is passionate about equipping people to handle God’s word. For many years we have been training and sending people all over the world to share these gifts with others.