When Jesus was about to die, his disciples must have been confused and anxious about the future. He must have known that, because in today’s sermon, Richard explains what Jesus promised His disciples in his last chance to speak to them together. Just as it encouraged the disciples, it will
Is your life black and white? Not in the sense that it lacks colour, but because there are some things that you don’t do because you walk by the Spirit? In this sermon, Paul Sherwood examines how we can walk by the Spirit, not doing those things that lead
One could be forgiven thinking Matthew 2 reads like a spy thriller. Joseph is having to move his young family, Mary and baby Jesus, so as to stay out of reach of the tyrant king Herod. But, is there possibly a less obvious message in this tax-collector-turned-Christian’s account of events?
The world is quick to scoff at the Christian faith. Matthew’s account of events shows Joseph’s life asking a vital question: When accepting Jesus Christ as saviour, are you brave enough to tick the little ‘checkbox’ alongside “I Accept The Terms & Conditions”, to accept the scandal, to take the
If Christians are deluded believing what they do, what have they lost? Excuses have run out, and it’s time to accept the cold fact that Christians are on to something in believing Jesus is the Messiah, the only One who can save and thus grant a life in Heaven. The
“Fight!….Fight!….Fight!….Fight!….” No, these are not chants from behind the schoolyard shed; these are the chants of a fallen world against that chap called Jesus, you know, who some have made into a legend, others call a liar, and some even brass-necked enough to call a lunatic. It’s time to decide: