Sermons by Neville Walker
In this teaching Neville focuses on the area of finances, namely, tithing of our income, stewardship of our money, investing in the Kingdom and using our financial talents. This is the time to be flexing and reaching out but it will cost us something to do this. The Bible has a lot to say about money and it is a reminder for us and a challenge. It is taking us a step further than we are at this point in…
This week’s teaching is about how we can reach new communities to share the Good News of Jesus. Doing this by prayer walks, meeting people, working as a team, hearing God direct us and so we get to hear God’s heart for the area. Key scripture verses: Joshua 1:1-9 / Luke 10:1-12
We continue the series GOD WANTS US TO FLEX and we hear about five main ways the Gospel was spread according to the book of Acts and how it applies to us today:
There is a new season in the church! Are you ready to ENLARGE the place of your tent, STRETCH your tent curtains wide, no holding back, LENGTHEN your cords, STRENGTHEN your stakes!
This video is part of the Mother’s Day service held recently. Kay and Ihechi talk about how the verses from Colossians 3:18-20 work in their families. Neville gives us a couple of principles from the passage.
Rules, regulations and spiritual devotion don’t put you right with God, so how do we live this out in our normal lives?
Letter to the Colossians: External rules and regulations – do they change us on the inside?
Neville explains that God changes us from the inside. Colossians 1 24 Now I rejoice in what I am suffering for you, and I fill up in my flesh what is still lacking in regard to Christ’s afflictions, for the sake of his body, which is the church.
Continuing the series from last week, here Paul starts dealing with the issues by pointing to the true Jesus. Colossians 1:15-23
Following on from last week, here we look at Paul’s prayer in Colossians 1:9-10.
Continuing with the series, here we see that Paul gives thanks and prays very targeted prayers. He prays in regard to two things in particular – connected to the false ideas Christians were being offered.
The letter to the Colossians was written by Paul the Apostle around 20 years after Jesus death and resurrection.