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Hope in Crisis (Philippians 1:1-11)

Krish KandiahKrish Kandiah, January 20, 2013
Part of the Phillipians series, preached at a Sunday Morning service

Luke Kandiah reads from Philippians and Krish Kandiah helps us to delve further into the book of Philippians. In this very interactive sermon we look at the church in crisis and how Paul encourages the church in Philippi.

How do you respond in a crisis; how can we respond in a Christ-like way when faced with serious issues?

In this sermon you will hear an interview with Chesley Sullenberger, the hero of the Hudson, the captain who landed an airbus safely on the Hudson river in the USA.

Krish encourages us through the letter Paul sent to the Philippians from his jail cell to give thanks, be joyful, have confidence and work in partnership in difficult times. Not just living for today, but thinking on the future to the day of Christ's return.

Tags: Christian hope, crisis, Hope

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About Krish Kandiah: Krish has been involved with Cornerstone from before it even existed! His family moved to Thame having heard about the plans to plant the church and he has played a role as a member of the leadership team from its formation. He has enjoyed seeing the church grow from an idea to a growing congregation and regularly preaches at the church. He works as Executive director: Churches in Mission and England Director for the UK Evangelical Alliance. He is also a part of the theme development group for Spring Harvest, an external examiner for Oak Hill College, Associate Research Fellow at London School of Theology and part time lecturer at Regents College Oxford. Prior to all this he worked with students in the UK through Universities and Colleges Christian Fellowship, and in Albania with the International Fellowship of Evangelical Students, before becoming pastor of a multi-cultural church in Harrow. He is passionate about helping the church relate relevantly and faithfully to contemporary culture and about global, multi-cultural and church-based mission.
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