Faith: J John teaches Ten Commandments in Notting Hill




Evangelist J.John, who has preached the gospel around the world, is to commence his 37th just10 series at Kensington Temple in Notting Hill, London.

The just10 series was first launched at the start of the millennium and is a ten-session series to explain the Ten Commandments and their relevance today. With live audiences in excess of one million people, J.John believes that these ten principles remain relevant today.

J.John writes: “Some people believe that losing the influence of the Ten Commandments is a positive advancement in society. In fact, we have now had an entire generation who have moved away from the values and principles of the Ten Commandments. So, how do things look? The Ten Commandments were given to Moses 3,500 years ago and, incredibly, these ancient laws are still relevant. They are universal values and principles for all people for all time. The Ten Commandments are not obsolete. They are absolute.”

Across ten sessions, J.John is set to challenge his listeners to consider the issues at the heart of each of the Ten Commandments. Using contemporary wording and placing each commandment in a 21st-century context, just10 unpacks how each of us can live by these timeless principles today.

just10 will take place at Kensington Temple, Notting Hill, London, for ten consecutive weeks, commencing 7pm, Wednesday 18th January. Kensington Temple is the most multicultural Church in England with 119 nationalities and 3,000 members. 

Val Fraser

Val Fraser is a trained journalist with over 12 years’ experience working on staff in various demanding media environments. She has authored/edited thousands of articles including news, travel and features. Val has authored/contributed to nine non-fiction books. A regular columnist, she stepped up to the role of Digital Editor in September 2022 and is responsible for the Sorted Magazine website.

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