Joshua 3. In an act of extraordinary faith and redemption Joshua leads the people of God through an impenetrable barrier - the Jordan at full flood - prefiguring the work that Jesus would do on the cross a thousand years later.
Joshua 2. As Joshua sent spies to look at the Promised Land before they entered, so we need to know what our 'Promised Land' - the 'life in all its fulness' that Jesus promised - looks like. We also see a foreshadowing go the Gospel in the story of Rahab.
1 Corinthians 14:1-5
The first 12 minutes of this talk are a response to the referendum in Ireland, announced on the 26th, giving approval to the legalisation of abortion. The teaching on prophecy follows.
1 Cor 12:1-11. On this Pentecost Sunday we take a look at the spiritual gifts that God has given us that enable us to make disciples and extend His kingdom. In this talk we focus on the gift of tongues.
Acts 5:12-32. This talk refers to pictures that were shown, you can find them in the attached file. Following Jesus' resurrection, ascension and the coming the Holy Spirit, the disciples find themselves living life with an extra dimension - that given by the power and presence of the Holy Spirit. They model for is the life that every Christian should aspire to.
Acts 1:1-11; Matthew 24:45-53. Concluding our series examining the resurrection accounts - the resurrection means that 1. The greatest story ever told - that of new life in Jesus - never ends; 2. Jesus is King of Kings and Lord of Lords; 3. We are invited to be part of the ongoing story of building the Kingdom of God.
John 21:1-25. Jesus appears to his disciples for a third time, this time on the beach where Simon Peter has returned to fishing. In a most remarkable conversation Jesus addresses Peter's threefold denial of Him, on the night that He was arrested, and gives Him a new calling to the shepherd of His people.
Luke 24:13-35. On the first Easter Day two disciples encounter the risen Jesus on the road from Jerusalem to Emmaus. Downcast and despondent at the events that they have witnessed Jesus changes their perspective and renews their hope.
John 20:1-18. If the resurrection was a lie then the Apostles and countless thousands down the centuries went to extreme lengths to defend it, being beaten, imprisoned, tortured and killed. But if its true what kind of 'truth' is it? One we can safely ignore or one that demands our attention and a response?
John 18:1-27. Jesus is arrested and in his hour of greatest need, his closest friend Simon Peter denies even knowing who He is. But of all those involved in the events of Holy Week, Jesus alone knows exactly what is going to happen and despite Peter's betrayal he will still be the rock on which the church is built.
WARNING Bobby's testimony contains adult themes.
Shared at our men's curry night this is the powerful testimony of Bobby Mcadam - with a successful job in the city of London Bobby worked hard and played even harder, but as his life was spiralling out of control and invitation to a wedding was set to change everything...
John 17. Jesus prays for himself, for his disciples and for all believers revealing key truths: that eternal life is relationship with the Father made possible through Jesus; that we will face trouble and hatred in this world but that Jesus will be with us; and that unity between Christians is essential as it speaks of God's love.
John 16:5-28. Jesus speaks to his disciples about the coming of the Holy Spirit, and the conviction that he will bring to the world concerning sin, righteousness and judgement. He also tells them that because of what he is going to do on the cross they will have free access to the Father who loves them.