Sermons on “John”
In this series we will be focusing on God and His dwelling place. I hope that we will each have a growing sense awe and wonder at God’s awesome plan and our part in that plan. God existed for all eternity before time and He will continue to exist for all eternity. The time-space-matter bit that we live in right now is a tiny part of God’s eternal experience. If we seek to know God better then we need to think a little about God’s dwelling place before the beginning of the world.View Sermon
How do we know the truth about a report we hear? Whether it is on the TV, in the papers or on social media? In the rush to get the scoop, lies and half-truths mascaraed as news. Some people see the resurrection of Jesus like that. Fake news, concocted because people need something to believe. Even some Christians think that we are asked to believe entirely on the basis of blind faith rather than evidence. This is not the case. Chris offers three types of evidence: Historical, Psychological and Experiential.View Sermon
The principalities and powers behind the religion, politics and betrayal had to be drawn out and displayed for what they truly are. The involvement of each in Jesus sacrifice accomplished made this plain. As a result we can be set free from the fear of death to hear the truth and love as we have been loved.View Sermon
Whilst our need for security, acceptance and significance are fully met through our relationship with Christ our experience of these can vary. In the light of John 6: 1-11 Chris seeks to show how we can experience these in greater measure through trusting, receiving and obeying. In response he challenges us to offer the little we have to God, receive His gifts and get involved in His miracle.aView Sermon
David Quin from AsiaLink visits us to update us on his work and to tell us about Bhutan.
He preaches on John 21, reminding us that it is pointless attempting the Gospel mission without God and without His Holy Spirit within us.View Sermon