Spring Harvest Home 2020
Peter and Michele Guinness look together at communion in the past, the present and as our future hope.
Making Disciples - The Podcast with Cris Rogers
Michele explores Jesus’ Jewish context and why we aren’t expected to now be Jews. She talks about Jewish festivals, first-century life and how this can help us read the Bible and understand it better.
Read articles from various publications written by Michele.
The Purpose and Importance of Rites of Passage (PDF, 34k) - Published in The Bible in Transmission, The Bible Society
No sex please, we’re Christians (PDF, 156k)
Whether or not to tie the knot? (PDF, 198k)
Creating a feel for a Christian way of life (PDF, 22k)
Called to celebrate (PDF, 33k) - First published in Christianity Magazine in October 2007, by permission.
Have pity on the poor speaker (PDF, 49k) - First published in Woman Alive magazine, by permission.
The next 4 articles are from Families First magazine with permission, and appeared as part of a series Michele writes called ‘Ready to Roll’. Families First is an excellent resource for anyone who would like more resources on how to encourage strong marriages, good parenting and spiritual health for families.
A Celebration for the New Year (PDF, 270k)
A Celebration for Advent (PDF, 271k)
A Celebration for Lent and Valentines Day (PDF, 267k)
A Celebration for Pentecost (PDF, 66k)
Here you can buy and listen to samples from Michele’s teaching.
National Gathering of Church of Scotland - An Invitation to the Party (January 2009 - MP3, 25MB)
More of Michele’s teaching is available from EssentialChristian.com
Kinder Transport - Focus (Central TV)
Over 20 years ago Michele used to present a series of religious programmes for Central TV called Focus, which featured people with interesting stories to tell. She was introduced to Susi Bechofer and intrigued by her story. Susi and her twin, Lotte, were part of the Kinder Transport – rescued from Germany under the British agreement in the late 1930s to take in 10,000 Jewish children.
Only 3 years old and totally alone, they were adopted by a Baptist minister and his wife, who promptly changed their names to Grace and Eunice. The girls were raised as Christians with no knowledge whatsoever of their background. Michele interviewed Susi about her fascinating search for her true identity.
Changing our Culture of Worship (Principles.TV)
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