How should we stand up for what we believe in? We are not talking here about a crusade against an enemy or interminable disputes about what a word means, but about knowing what the Bible teaches in order to recognize when someone teaches something different. If someone accidentally makes a mistake about what the text […]
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 to death, and doing those […]
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 to find out what happened […]
Every-so-often a church needs reminding of the importance of humility; this passage recounts the advice given to the church in Philipi. Times have not changed this need, and no-one is exempt; the speaker, the musicians, not even the person serving teas and coffee.
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?
“Daniel And The Lions’ Den” is certainly one of the ‘top 10 most remembered Bible stories’. Relegating Daniel’s encounter to history books brings a level of ‘comfort’. But God still wants men and women to live lives of faith in a world full of modern versions of “lions’ dens”; a faith that trusts implicitly in […]
What is different about Christian kindness? Christian kindness is composed of three Christ-like qualities: Forgive as Christ forgave, Love as Christ loved and Sacrifice as Christ sacrificed himself.