Genesis 24: God’s Providence

Now it’s Autumn, we start a new series in Genesis, on the life of Jacob. Richard Wardman kicks off this series by looking at Isaac, Jacob’s father. He asks the question, “Are we looking at the details of how God will provide for us, or the big picture?”

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Psalm 60: Weakness

Do you feel weak in the face of the pressures of modern life? Overwhelmed? Unable to cope? So did the greatest king of Israel, David, when faced with having to march from the north to the south of his kingdom to overcome an enemy attack. Psalm 60 tells us how he made the physical journey, […]

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Psalm 37: Waiting on the Lord

What are you waiting for? Most people seem to be waiting for something: a job, a family, to be better people – the list is endless. It’s the same in the Bible: in individual stories, people are often waiting for a change to happen. In fact, in this talk, Richard Wardman says that it is […]

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Psalm 42 & 43: Spiritually Empty

How do you feel spiritually: “yay!” or “meh”? Most of us have spiritual seasons, some joyful and some not so joyful. In fact, Richard Wardman, tells us in this talk that we can sometimes be running on empty, as far as our spirits are concerned. Listen on to hear what Richard has to say about […]

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Psalm 146: Joy in the Lord

In this, the second of our summer series in Psalms looking at “Spiritual Seasons”, Richard Wardman talks about joy in the Lord and how to find it. There’s an old statement of the faith which talks about joy being central to our purpose as human beings: Q. What is the chief end of man? A. Man’s chief […]

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Psalm 112: Bad News

The Bible is all about the Good News of Jesus Christ, isn’t it? And yet, bad things do happen in all of our lives. In this first talk on a series on the spiritual seasons which we see portrayed in Psalms, Richard Wardman speaks to us about how we can handle bad news because of […]

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John 21: “Follow Me”

After Jesus died, he rose from the dead. After he rose from the dead, he appeared to his followers. This talk tells us about the “loose ends” of Jesus’life on earth, particularly to do with Peter and John, two of the men that he was closest to. Listen to how Richard Wardman sums up this […]

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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 […]

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Jesus continues to speak to his closest followers, and in this passage he explains that he will be going away very soon, and this may cause sadness. The paradox, Richard Wardman explains, is that this will also cause long term joy that no one can take away. Listen in to see why this is, and […]

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