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Baughen speaks on Colossians 1:15-20, with particular focus on verse 18. He shows that membership to the church of Jesus transcends any denomination. Baughen explores what it means for everyone to be subservient to Jesus. He stresses the importance of checking with God on what he wants us to do, and being open to changing processes. Baughen speaks on spiritual gifts.

Baughen, Michael Alfred, 1930-

Baughen explores the prayer bond between Paul and the Colossians. He speaks on discerning God's will, and that in order to do this we must have an understanding of the basic principles of the Bible. Baughen explores working as a community of believers instead of working as individuals. He stresses the importance in growing in our knowledge of God.

Baughen, Michael Alfred, 1930-

Claydon speaks on what it means to be mature in Christ, in action and in mindset. He encourages his listeners to enjoy walking with Christ. Claydon stresses the importance of being rooted in Christ, including that this is more important than our outward appearance because it is our nourishment. Claydon shows that we need to be rebuilt by Christ.

Claydon, Graham Leonard, 1943-

Claydon shows that the gospel is truth. He explores the power in the words of the gospel. He explores the relationship between faith, hope and love, especially loving other believers. Claydon explores the example of Epaphras, as a fellow worker and teacher.

Claydon, Graham Leonard, 1943-

Speaks on Colossians 2:9-15 and that it is only Christ who makes us complete, because the fullness of God dwells in him. He explores what it means to be 'In Christ', and that it is only in him that we can find the fullness of life.

Aldis, John Arnold, 1943-

Speaker explores how we view identity - bad identity and scared identity, and compares this to the Colossian's sense of identity. Speaker examines what it means to be in Christ. He shows that Paul's writing is practically relevant - it is to be lived out.

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Speaker explores the practical outworking of our resurrection in Jesus. He looks at some practical examples, especially between parents and children, including adult children.

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Speaker gives a summary of Colossians 1-3. He speaks on the centrality and completeness of Christ. Speaker explores why this is, including being the image of the invisible God and that Christ is the head. He explores the implications for reconciliation and redemption.

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Speaker explores the unity in the church because of Christ, but that the church is made up of all different people.

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Speaker explores Colossians 3 and Ephesians 5, detailing the phrases 'in the Lord', 'be subject to' and 'love your wives'. He stresses the importance of mutually solving problems.

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Speaker addresses the theme of tradition, that they are neither right, nor wrong, but issues arise when they come to mean something to people. Speaker looks at when symbolism takes the place of Christ, and that tradition, including communion, does not save us. He warns against adding to the gospel, thus adding to Christ.

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Speaker expounds Colossians 4:2-6. He shows that non-believers can be sensitive, but that they must accept Christ. He thus argues that we must not view non-believers judgementally, or it will turn people away. Speaker shows that we need to pray for opportunities to share Christ, and that God will give us the words to speak. He examines how we communicate the gospel.

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