We see that Jesus placed great value on people. But then we examine the Parable in Luke 19:11-27 which shows that we are to invest what God has given us into people that do not yet follow Jesus.
This sermon, bringing to an end the Just Walk Across the Room series shows us a better way of living where People and Potential are prioritised. Jesus called the disciples and told them that there was something better than catching little fish – they weren’t the finished article but Jesus saw their potential.
This is the second in the Just Walk Across the Room series. It shows the importance of developing Friendships, Discovering Stories and Discerning the Next Steps. Very practical.
We see how the message to the church in Philadelphia in Revelation 3 has a foundation in the Book of Isaiah. We see some great promises fulfilled in Christ and the idea of open doors of opportunity existing for us to serve God.
This is the first sermon in the Just Walk Across the Room series. It focuses on the greatest gift we can give to anyone and addresses the issues of ‘Entering the Zone of the Unknown’, ‘Listening to the Spirit’ and then ‘Just Walking’. It lays a platform for getting the most out of the Just…
What sets your priorities? Sometimes they are forced upon us, but there are many times when we can choose our priorities. Using Haggai 1 and 1 Samuel 30 this sermon challenges us to examine our priorities in a year of great opportunity for the gospel in Blackpool.
Hebrews 6 refers to the anchor of our souls. We see the importance of having our souls anchored in the storms of life. This anchor is a hope in God to fulfil His promises, guaranteed by Jesus. The anchor keeps us firm but also allows us the freedom to push on in the purposes of…
A message encouraging the church to have a flexibility that is in God and to have Christ as its glory within. A key message as we look to bear fruit and see Blackpool changed.
This message predicts that the river of God which brings life and healing and transformation is starting to flow in Blackpool and explains how believers can engage with this.
This sermon focuses mainly on 1 Corinthians 12 and examines the list of gifts, the context for their inclusion and a challenge to believers to accept their own responsibility to seek the gifts so that they can fulfil their role in the Body of Christ.