What are the defining characteristics of a missionary? Have a listen and see if you recognise anything in yourself!
From start to end the Bible shows God’s heart of the love for every people group in the world. God wants to bless, for people to know His name, to come to Him and worship.
This first sermon in the International Missions series focuses on God’s heart of love for all mankind.
In this final part of the series we see some practical hallmarks of living in step with the Holy Spirit. We then see Paul’s final words to the Galatians, reminding them of the most important thing.
Because of the Spirit bearing good fruit in our lives we are free to live like Jesus.
We see that salvation by faith in Jesus alone is not a licence to live just how you want. This talk particularly focuses on the ‘works of the flesh’ listed in Galatians chapter 5.
Sometimes we can complicate things – both in our lives and in our beliefs. This sermon shows us that having the correct priorities can free us up to pursue the most important things in life.
This sermon examines a passage about Hagar and Sarah in Galatians Chapter 4 and goes on to get us to think about the things that stop us walking closely with the Lord. We need to get rid of them!
Most people have a strong and deeply ingrained reaction to authority. This sermon examines a mature approach to authority and how we can grow in this.
The Galatian Christians were going back to their old way of life because they didn’t understand what they had been saved from when they put their faith in Jesus and how bad their situation had been. They also didn’t understand their new identity in Christ.