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  • Ewen Huffman

    Contributing sermons since Jul 13, 2001
Ewen's church

Winchester Baptist Church
Winchester, *Province/Other SO23 7AA UK
01962 868 770

About Ewen
  • Education: Originally in electronics research & development (audio systems and integrated circuits). BSc in Electronics. London School of Theology (graduated 1989) Currently doing a Masters Degree in ’Missional Leadership’ with the University of Wales.
  • Family: Married to Pam (a sculptor) with two lovely daughters: Alice and Charlotte.
  • Hobbies: My mountain bike, music and weightlifting.
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  • Heaven & Earth 4- Jesus: God, Man And Model

    Contributed on Jan 28, 2008
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    Jesus’ divinity and humanity are unquestionable and inseparable. But did He do His miracles by nature of being God or man? What are the implications of this? In His divinity He is unequalled- but in His humanity He is a model, prototype for us.

    Heaven & Earth 4: Jesus- God, man & model (Jesus’ miracles- performed as man or God?) Phil 2:5-11 Recap of previous 3 sermons in series 1 Divine 1.1 Jesus fully divine. God in the flesh 1.1.1 Jn 8:58, 20:58 (thomas), Jn 1 paralleling Gen 1 1.1.2 Jn 14:9 ’he who has seen me’ 1.1.3 Jn 10:30 ...read more

  • Heaven & Earth 3- The Kingdom Of Heaven Is At Hand

    Contributed on Jan 28, 2008
     | 1,631 views

    The third in a series on Heaven & Earth (the Kingdom of God). Jesus, the 12 & the 72s call ’repent for the kindom of heaven is at hand’ meant ’change your world view: heaven is within reach- and here’s what it looks like’.

    Heaven & Earth 3: The kingdom of Heaven (God) is at hand. Lk 10:9 (1-12) 1 recap 1.1 1- Sermon 1- In the beginning. Adam and Eve given the task of bringing God’s reign on earth 1.2 2- Sermon 2- in the early days: God looking for a Kingdom of priests. They ’lost it’ because they occupied & ...read more

  • Heaven & Earth 2- Mission, Maintenance Or Monument?

    Contributed on Jan 14, 2008
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     | 1,853 views

    The second sermon in a series on ’Heaven and Earth’ (bringing God’s reign on earth) addressing the issue of how Christians and Churches so often lose their call, power, and settle into ’maintenance mode’- and how this can be avoided.

    Heaven & earth 2: Mission, maintenance or monument? ("they occupied and settled" Josh 13:1-5, 24:31) 1 Collapse 1.1 last week: Adam and Eve, humankind 1.1.1 planted into enemy occupied territory 1.1.2 given commission to ’claim it for the king’ 1.1.3 call is still the same- take ...read more

  • Restoration And Commission

    Contributed on Jan 14, 2008
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    Jesus restores individual lives and them gives them the ministry of restoration. In fact- this is His plan: the restoration of the whole world. Three stories of individual restoration and then a step back to look at the big picture of global restoration

    Restoration and commission Luke 7:36-50 1) A sinful woman 1.1 Differences in gospels 1.1.1 all contain conflict 1.1.2 Jn & Mt= over extravagance 1.2 Big problem! "If Jesus knew!" Problem of Roman Occupation Temple/freedom being taken 1.2.1 Sadducees: Problem solved by collaboration! ...read more

  • Heaven & Earth 1: In The Beginning

    Contributed on Jan 7, 2008
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    The first sermon in a series on "bringing heaven, (God’s rule, the Kingdom of God) on earth". Adam and Eve, humankind, were placed on this earth with a missional purpose right from the start.

    Heaven & Earth 1- "In the beginning" 1 "In the beginning" 1.1 Adam & Eve had commission right from the start 1.2 Perfect world when humans placed? yes- "it was v good!" Gen 1 hints Gen 1 ’darkness’ ’the deep’ chaos. Ps 29. Leviathan Is 27:1 1:28 "fill & subdue" clear in Gen 2, ...read more

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  • Holy Child

    Contributed on Nov 30, 2004
    based on 3 ratings
     | 725 views

    HOLY CHILD Ah, dearest Jesus, holy Child, Make thee a bed, soft, undefiled, Within my heart, that it may be A quiet chamber kept for Thee. My heart for very joy doth leap, My lips no more can silence keep, I too must sing, with joyful tongue, That sweetest ancient cradle song, ...read more