The journey of two friends in Luke 24:13-35 starts with them walking away from Jerusalem dejected, downcast, and confused. The narrative ends with the friends running back to Jerusalem after nightfall (along a dangerous road) excited and desperate to reach their friends with incredible news. Listen to this bible talk
Imagine you were put in front of God right now, and he asked you, “why do you deserve to come to Heaven?” What would your answer be? Maybe you feel you have led a good life, certainly not bad. Our message today comes from Romans as we continue the series
This is the 2nd week of our 6 week series looking at the Five Solas, the fundamental truths of our beliefs. Why do we take the Bible at it’s word? How do we know it’s true? I’m sure many people may have asked that before, you may be asking that
Many people live successful and happy lives without God. But the Bible tells us that we cannot live life to the full without God. So how do we square these two realities? Take a look at the two cities built by Cain and Seth in Genesis 4. Listen to this week’s Bible
Do you want the good news or the bad news? In this passage of Genesis 3:1-19, we see that the bad news is far, far worse than we can ever appreciate. But the good news is so much better than we could ever dream. Discover the devastating consequences of sin and God’s incredible
When God created this world, He saw that it was good. Mankind and God were in perfect unity. But sin brought separation. Find out how sin and evil came about and how this affects the whole of humanity. Listen to the sermon to understand our need for salvation.
When we see the broken world around us, we long to know true and lasting peace. Whether we think of the horrific event in Manchester or see relationships with family and friends crumbling around us, we quickly see that peace can’t come from the world. So where should we look? Listen to find
“Quiet!“, and the winds and waves fall calm; “Go!“, and the demons take flight into the sea; “Walk!“, and the lame man rises to his feet and strides home. Instead of facing fear alone, why not let someone take control of this burden, someone that commands an absolute authority over