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Following Carey: The Contemporary Challenge

by kevinoconnor

There is a place in Co. Limerick, in Ireland called, ‘Plassey’. It is an old and enchanting landed estate of magnificent beauty accessed by a riverbank walk. Once frequented by generations of locals it is now the campus of the University of Limerick. In my youth it was an angler’s paradise, a lovers retreat, a […]

Preaching Christ in a Postmodern Culture: From Congregations to Audiences

by kevinoconnor

For the time is coming when people will not endure sound teaching, but having itching ears they will accumulate for themselves teachers to suit their own passions, and will turn away from listening to the truth and wander off into myths. (2 Timothy 4: 3) In some sections of the contemporary church therapeutic rather than […]

The Rhythm of God’s Heartbeat Biblical Perspectives on Mission Theology

by kevinoconnor

Our theoretical presuppositions about mission and our theological rationale for mission should be determined by the Word of God. We must allow Scripture to speak for itself as the missionary manual rather than impose our views upon it. Eric Wright says: Nothing can be more important than to ensure that our missionary presuppositions reflect the […]

Identifying the Way Forward Keeping Mission Central to Church Life

by kevinoconnor

Political parties produce manifestos. In these ambitious documents they publish their aspirations and policies. An understanding of their position and purpose may be gleaned from their manifestos. Such documents usually contain promises whereby political parties inform the public what they will do if elected. These statements spell out their intentions and the course of action […]

Sunday Service Message

by kevinoconnor

We meet every sunday at 11.00am in a Colaiste Choilm in Ballincollig, Co. Cork. Please come and join us. Together we fellowship with God and hear about how powerful and true He is in the lives of the people.

Welcome to Lee Valley Bible Church

by kevinoconnor

Lee Valley Bible Church is a fellowship of bible believing Christians meeting together in the lively town of Ballincollig. Like the town itself which has gone from sleepy village to bustling town, Lee Valley Bible Church has grown slowly, by the grace of God from a meeting of just a few believers to a regular […]