Sermons on Character
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.
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
Following on from last week, here we look at Paul’s prayer in Colossians 1:9-10.
The letter to the Colossians was written by Paul the Apostle around 20 years after Jesus death and resurrection.
What does it look like to be living in the light of Jesus’ coming?
As we come out of COVID lockdown, in this talk, Kay asks us to consider if we are going to go forward and leave behind our old life. Is it time for us to be intentional in knowing what to leave behind, to confess the wrong thing that we are doing or the right thing we haven’t been doing. To allow God to work in a certain area of our life without making excuses. Be determined for a breakthrough in…
Rev Heskett talks about a season of change and what the Lord is saying to His people. Are they willing to be of service and be sent out, as Isaiah was in the scripture verse. God is looking all the time for people who will be obedient to Him and He will equip them for service. Scripture is from Isaiah 6:1-8
As parents and grandparents we want the very best for our children. As believers we are called to have a godly influence on our families and to the wider world around us.
Last week we looked at Ephesians 4 which talks about how we should live to please God. This week we hear about how we put on the new self and make radical obedience choices. Discover what God’s standard is and be challenged – unless we read this in the Bible how will we find out what God considers wrong.