After a word brought from Haggai at a recent prayer meeting, David takes time to unpack the context of this book in the first of a two-part message in which God calls his people to prioritise building His Kingdom.
Our guest speaker today, Andrew helps us to consider who we are; one of the top three questions that human beings ask of ourselves according to psychologists. To answer this Andrew takes us to Ephesians and considers what Paul said in his letter, enabling us to focus our hearts first on who God is.
1 Corinthians 13 is a favourite passage for many couples on their wedding day, but this is not the context Paul intended for it to be received when he wrote these verses. David investigates the spiritual gifts listed by Paul and shows that the greatest of these gifts is love.
In our final sermon responding to the results of our WHO CARES? survey, Tom unpacks the very difficult subject of pain and suffering. With personal example, he helps us to prepare for this journey that we will all take and throughout, points our eyes to Jesus.
Family life has always been difficult, as we see time and again in every survey that is completed. Even in just the first book of the Bible there is a catalogue of family troubles! David helps us to see what Jesus has to say about family life and the priorities we would be wise to follow.
Visiting us from Basingstoke Community Churches, Robin talks about injustice and how God is a God of mercy, who sees our pain and suffering, who walks with us as we face injustices and who sent someone who could do something about it; Jesus.
In the first of a new series exploring key themes that came from our WHO CARES? survey results, David begins by looking at pain through the example of Job, who experienced far more anguish than many of us will in our lives.
Looking at the account of Peter addressing the crowd in Acts 2 and calling them to be baptised, which resulted in 3,000 being added to the church that day, David highlights the significance of what baptism means and what it symbolises.