A catalyst to pour out love

Sarah Adeaga, from Ecclesia Church in Lewisham, attended our Summer School last year and wrote about it for us. (This year's Summer School runs 15-19 July.) London City Mission

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One Minute Gospel

How would you share the gospel in one minute?
Ilyas Ayoub shares how he would do so with a 40-something Muslim man in Forest Gate. London City Mission

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A 'miracle mission'

As we celebrate our 184th birthday as a mission Terry Puttick reflects on how the mission has developed over the years. London City Mission

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Alive - Mark 16:1-8

Alive! The final of fifteen words on Jesus' way to the Cross.

Our fifteenth and final Lent Reflection celebrates the declaration of the Gospel, 'He has risen!', in Mark 16:1-8. Thomas Creedy

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Buried - Matthew 27:57-61

Buried. The fourteenth of fifteen words on Jesus' way to the Cross.

Our fourteenth Lent reflection briefly considers the burial of Jesus, from Matthew 27:57-61.
Thomas Creedy

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Dead - Luke 23:44-46

Dead. The thirteenth of fifteen words on Jesus way to the cross.

Our thirteenth Lent Reflection focuses in on the death of Jesus, in Luke 23:44-46, and what it means. Thomas Creedy

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The LCM Easter Appeal

We bring people together, towards Jesus

Throughout the Gospels, Jesus is keen to invite people towards himself, to consider who he is, and to become a part of his mission, become a part of the Kingdom of God.
London City Mission

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Family - John 19:25-27

Family. The twelfth word on Jesus' way to the Cross.

Our twelfth Lent reflection gazes on the snapshot of grace recorded for us in John 19:25-27, as Jesus explains family in a new way. Thomas Creedy

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Promise - Luke 23:39-43

Promise. The eleventh of fifteen words on Jesus' way to the Cross.

Our eleventh Lent reflection considers Jesus' promise to the criminals crucified alongside him, as recorded in Luke 23:39-43. Thomas Creedy

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Crucified - Luke 23:33-34

Crucified. The tenth of fifteen words on Jesus' way to the Cross.

The tenth of our Lent reflections, on Luke 23:33-34, considers the crucifixion of Jesus. Thomas Creedy

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