Sermons on “Compassion”
The Christmas message is one of God’s love for us being demonstrated by the gift of His son, Jesus. Jesus shows us God’s love by dying in our place on the cross. How will we respond to this sacrificial love?View Sermon
Chris leads a guided meditation on Luke 19:1-19 to deepen our understanding of the way in which Jesus brought security, acceptance and significance to Zacchaeus and a challenge to do the same for others.View 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
As we conclude our study of the book of Jonah we find God making it personal with Jonah. Chris explains God longs for more than mere obedience but seeks to transform us by the renewing of our minds. He invites us to consider what our emotions reveal about our attitudes towards God and to allow God to speak directly to those emotions.View Sermon
Chris teaches from the healing of the leper in Mark 1:40-45 showing the way in which God sets the lonely in families. The teaching goes on to suggest ways in which we might respond to Jesus compassion today.View Sermon
Chris continues to teach in our series exploring the compassion of Jesus. This week he seeks to apply the lessons of Jesus compassion for the hungry from Matthew 15:29-39 and calls for a practical response.View Sermon