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Living Leadership - Marcus Honeysett Sermons

Marcus Honeysett is the author of Meltdown: Making sense of a culture in crisis and Finding Joy: A radical rediscovery of grace , both published in the UK by IVP.
Formerly UCCF London Team Leader, he now works with Living Leadership training leaders in the local church.
I think it's fair to say that Marcus is just a bit of a Christian Hedonist, and a thorough-going Reformed Charismatic.
Marcus Honysett: MP3 Sermons
Philippians 1-2, The Kings Centre, September 2006.
** Philippians 1 - Praying with Joy
** Philippians 1 - How to be mature in Christ
** Philippians 2 - part 1.
** Philippians 2 - part 2.
1 Peter, UCCF Midlands Student Leaders Weekend, March 2006
** 1 Peter 1v1-2v1
** 1 Peter 2v11-3v13
** 1 Peter 3v13-4v11
** 1 Peter 5v1-13
Ephesians 1 & 3, Southampton University Christian Union, October 2006
** Priorities (Freshers Week)
Reading University Christian Union, freshers week:
** Don't Waste Your Life - Marcus Honeysett, October 2006
Above Bar Church, October 2006
** The Transforming Power of Jesus, Acts 3 - Marcus Honeysett
Nottingham University Christian Union , February 2007
** Daniel 9 - Marcus Honeysett

Beeston Free Church

** Marcus Honeysett - Postmodern Challenges to Christian Living

** Marcus Honeysett - Postmodernism & Authority

** Marcus Honeysett - Postmodernism and the uniqueness of Christ

Lansdown Baptist Church, July 2007
** Marcus Honeysett - How to be accepted by God?

Durham CU
** Marcus Honeysett - James 4


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