Sermons on Body of Christ
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
In the book of Ruth two people made decisions that determined their history. Consequences can determine the rest of your life. On a desert road two women made a decision, one produced a destiny and the other one went into obscurity.
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.
Main text: Colossians 2:6-15
Pastor Abi Jesusanmi discusses being an effective member of the church body where God has planted you.
Neville continues with the series that he started last week about the second coming of Christ. This week: Deception, interpreting the signs, standing fast – don’t let love grow cold. This is based on Matthew 24 and 25.
What happens when we do sit down and have a meal with Jesus – taking some time set aside to pray, speak to Jesus and to engage with the Bible?
Rev Steve Haskett, vicar from St John’s Church in Blackpool, joins us this morning and shares some thoughts on the theme we have been exploring recently on new wineskins for new wine and being fit for purpose for the new outpouring of God’s Holy Spirit.
A really practical sermon about working together as the Body of Christ. There are loads of pieces of wisdom that will help all those serving in church.
This word in season looks at the implications of being the Body of Christ – it is vital that we understand and live it out.