I confess!

Sunday’s sermon (19th May) suggested that Thomas’ confession in John 20: 20-31 serves as a template for all would-be followers of Jesus (see verse 31). By acknowledging Christ as Lord, we do not only give Him sovereignty over our lives but we also confess Jesus to be God – the

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Jesus IS Lord

Ahead of the sermon this Sunday (19th May), think about the little phrase, “Jesus is Lord”. What is it saying? Is it a statement about who Jesus is, including His divinity and status? Is it a description of what He is to you? Jesus always seems to expect those who

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Indeed!

Can we please talk more about the resurrection of Jesus? That was one of the ideas in last Sunday’s sermon. When we engage with people about our Christian faith, we can easily end up arguing about the reliability of the Bible or justifying why we believe in a creator God.

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Keeping It For Best

In Sunday’s sermon (24th March), the following statement was made: The trouble with keeping things ‘for best’ is that it can mean that they are rarely or never used. So growing in holiness is not for our sake. We are not trophies for God to simply display in his cabinet.

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Start A Library

During the Even Though series, four books were recommended. Here are the details in case you want to start your own library. Click on the images below to link to each book on Amazon. Of course you can buy these books elsewhere… but do read them!

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Think Big And high

In the sermon on Sunday 24th February, we explored Philippians 4:4-13 in an effort to understand what we could do to keep ourselves in a place where we are going to experience the peace of God in our hearts. The Even Though series has stressed over and over again the

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Made To Measure

In the sermon on Sunday 24th February, one of the scriptures we are going to explore is Hebrews 4:14-16: Therefore, since we have a great high priest who has ascended into heaven, Jesus the Son of God, let us hold firmly to the faith we profess. For we do not

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Deep Comfort

Yesterday’s sermon (February 17th) considered some deep theology — the sovereignty of God and why a biblical understanding of it is an amazing source of comfort to a Jesus-follower who is going through suffering. In the Old Testament, one book is pretty much solely focused on the question of suffering.

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