Salvation in Technicolour

Joseph - Salvation in TechnicolourThe account of Joseph is given in the book of Genesis chapters 37-50.  This autumn we will be studying this part of the old testament.  Sunday services, life groups as well as children and youth groups will all be looking at the story of Joseph and what it has to teach us.

We will discover that how the story develops has more to do with God's involvement than the detailed actions and choices of Joseph and the other characters.  There are three main themes which help to make sense of what takes place:

  1. God's promise to Abraham and then to Jacob, Joseph's father, that their descendants would have great land, be a great nation, would be blessed and be a blessing to the whole world; (The big question was whether God could keep his promise despite the problems and actions which transpired.)
  2. God's providence, or in other words God's intervention and care for his people;
  3. God's reconciliation, bringing together a rather disfunctional family back into a good relationship with each other and himself.

As we follow and study the account of Joseph and what took place we will see that these three themes are linked quite tightly and recur throughout the story.

Upcoming services in this series:

Title Description Tags
Under Pressure 04 Oct - All Age Morning Service - 09:30am - Aled Williams - Genesis 39:1-23 Morning Worship, All Age Service
Under Pressure 04 Oct - Morning Service - 09:30am - Jon Reeves - Genesis 39:1-23 Morning Worship, All Age Service
Under Pressure 04 Oct - Morning Service - 11:30am - Dave Gobbett - Genesis 39:1-23 Morning Worship

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Joseph - Salvation in TechnicolourCatch up and watch or listen to what you missed. Video is normally available within 10 or 15 minutes from the end of the service. Audio is normally available a few hours after the service.

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Small Group Study

Rev Dave Gobbett"The Christian life is a series of important connection points to God.

One of them at Highfields is involvement in a small study group. I hope you can connect with us that way."

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