This Good Friday Sermon looks at some of the last things Jesus said after he was nailed to the cross. Perhaps you are not surprised that a dying man should say “I am thirsty” or “it is finished”, but when you realize that this was all foretold ahead of time, you have just got to […]
In our materialistic society, we say “seeing is believing”. We trust the evidence of our physical senses much more than what we are told, particularly since we decided that “we have had enough of experts”. In this talk, Richard Wardman brings us face to face with Jesus’ declaration that “blessed are those who have not […]
A very Happy Easter to everyone from New City Church MK! This week, Richard explores how the Resurrection of Jesus Christ changes everything. If you’ve never heard why, or want to know more, take a listen now!
This Sunday was Palm Sunday. We enjoyed the chance to invite and welcome along friends and family to a special service. Richard spoke to us from Matthew’s Gospel, entited, “Here comes the King!” Why not listen to see what God has to say to you?
What A Morning! The tomb is empty, except for some old grave-clothes and a stranger dressed in white asking a couple of bewildered women “why are you seeking the living amongst the dead?”
The skies turn black. An earthquake causes the temple curtains to rip in two exposing the holy-of-holies. Those that demanded death got what they wanted; “IT IS FINISHED!” What are we to do with Sunday?
Mark opens his gospel with a flourish, a gripping story of Jesus’ life, claiming it to be for the good of every living person, and then ends on a cliff-hanger with women running away from the empty tomb. What is this unfinished story trying to tell us?