Sermon Archive (Page 8)

Sermon Archive (Page 8)

We are not forgotten

The mighty God who created everything on earth and in the heavens will never forget us and will always care for us.

With One Voice

With the Tower of Babel, God deals with rebellious humankind by giving them different languages so they can no longer understand each other. In Acts 2 we see all those different languages being used by the Spirit to tell the world about Jesus. What once divided, now unites.

His Master’s Voice

In John 10:1-10 Jesus talks about being the good shepherd, and the need for us to recognise his voice. But how do we do that? Where do we start?

Easter Day

In 1930 Albert Ross started to write a book with the intention of debunking the apparent myth of the resurrection. In the process of writing it he became convinced that the best and in fact only solution was that the events of Easter really did happen and published his evidence using the pseudonym Frank Morison under the title Who moved the stone? Jesus launched a movement that changed the world. How will we change, and how will God change us?

Palm Sunday

Palm Sunday covers a huge scope. Traditionally we start by remembering the triumphal entry, and then the readings take us right through to the crucifixion. How does all this relate to Holy Week and how should we prepare for it?

The Valley of Dry Bones

How does Ezekiel’s vision of the valley of dry bones relate to Passion Sunday? Barry explores some of the ideas of suffering behind the story, and how God breathes new life into his people and changes their hearts of stone to hearts of flesh.

Mothering Sunday

Barry looks at the many challenges facing mothers, and dealing with the expectation of being perfect all the time.

The Greatest Need for the Church Today

In September 2016, Jeremy Bevan, Marc Winchester and John & Rosalind Matty went to this conference at Lee Abbey. Jeremy has written up a synopsis of the five sessions, which were led by David Bracewell.