In the last sermon in this series we see that David had a heart to pass on good things to his son Solomon – we see this in the directions for building the new temple (1 Chronicles 28). We are encouraged to think about what we are passing on to our children and the next…
Tonight’s sermon focuses on why YOU are here, either at Church or on our website, and emphasises that we need to ‘raise our bar’ as Christians, because we are Christians for life, not just for Sunday.
In this second part we see that personal experience of the resurrected Christ and the subsequent transformation of your life is the greatest and most powerful evidence of the resurrection of Christ from the dead and also a future guaranteed. However, we also review some other evidences of Jesus’ resurrection from the dead and the…
This sermon starts to look at the fact that a foundational belief and hope for the Christian is to be resurrected. This belief is founded in scripture, a personal experience of being born-again and also in the actual resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead.
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.
In Christ, the believer is seated in the heavenlies with a new perspective, authority and potential – as we grasp this, it will affect the way we live.
Based on Ephesians 1 verses 3-14 this sermon examines God’s destiny for the believer. It particularly focuses on why God chose us and the privilege of being adopted into God’s family and what that entails. It also touches on God’s plan at the end of time to display His family for all creation to see.