becoming fully free

hey,

we’re getting underway with student soul this sunday night, and it’s a beginning of a 7-week series through the first new testament letter to the corinthian church.

this week’s title is “inside-out freedom,” and as we check out a bunch of passages from this NT epistle, the theme of freedom will be hovering close.

what does it mean to be a fully free human person? and, what does it mean to be a free people, in community? what does freedom look like in our world now, and in the world of the corinthians too, and in what ways is that both similar and different to the vision of freedom God has and is inviting us into?

these are the questions. see you there.

and check back here to for possible blog explorations on the way on some of the interesting moments that arise.


Tom Mepham

Tom Mepham is the full-time minister of Student Soul. He received his Diploma in Ministry from the Knox Centre of Ministry and Leadership in December 2019, prior to which he graduated with a Bachelor of Theology from Otago University in 2017. He is a member of the Southern Presbytery, part of the Presbyterian Church of Aotearoa New Zealand. Tom is also a writing and performing member of Tommo & Hooke, an alternative/contemporary pop rock act, from Dunedin & Christchurch, NZ.

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