Jesus taught all the time about the Kingdom of God, so in this series we want to explore what it means and the implications for a believer. This week we are encouraged to pray simply and openly, “Let your kingdom come on earth as it is in heaven.”
We see how our understanding of who Jesus is determines how we live our lives. Who do you say He is?
James Baker gives a clear, humorous and challenging insight to his journey of faith and how God has used him in seeing communities transformed through gardening.
A Gospel message based around Jesus’s story about a wedding feast. This message is a call to respond to God’s invitation in Jesus and then to go an live a radical lifestyle for Him.
We see the importance of obedience to God in developing spiritual maturity. We look at the example of Jesus and then some practical implications and issues for Christians.
Although people are important in the make-up of the church, if we focus on them, we’ve missed the main point. It’s all about Jesus and the cross.
This first sermon in the International Missions series focuses on God’s heart of love for all mankind.
Because of the Spirit bearing good fruit in our lives we are free to live like Jesus.
Our local councillor Fred Jackson describes his motivation and reason for serving as a local councillor – namely that Jesus was a servant and so we should be too. He also answers questions from the floor.
We see that Paul tells his story to the Galatian Christians. We pull out some key ingredients of a good story and how it makes us free and impacts other people.