Mark continues the series on the Church by discussing the generosity God offered in creation and the heart of generosity that was intended for the church to serve the world.
Adam thinks about family in the church and explores the way God intended for mission by going out as opposed to waiting for people to come in.
Mark works from Ephesians 2: 14 – 22 to analyse the strengths of unity in church life and by extension the dedication of its members to each other.
Nicola Savage begins a new series entitled ‘I love my church’ and reads from Isaiah 61 to consider the nature of an ideal church to aim towards.
Mark speaks for the Easter 2018 service by remembering the ways in which Moses and Abraham took up their callings, considering their reactions and posing the question for people today of how we should...
Mark extends his thoughts on being in the presence of God by considering the contrasts between David and Saul’s approaches and the nature of church following each of their examples.
Continuing on about the holy spirit, Mark thinks about Exodus 33 regarding how Moses and Joshua regarded the presence of God and how far they were willing to take their faith.
Adam speaks from Romans 8, comparing his own experiences as a young parent to God’s parenting. He reflects on receiving and applying the holy spirit in comparison to breathing.
Mark continues his thread on sonship in Christ, picking up from last week’s unrecorded sermon on the prodigal and developing to the gifts God provides and how we should receive them.
Mark continues on looking at Ephesians 1: 2-6 to develop on the Trinity and the full purpose of Jesus in bringing humanity to experience the full heart of the Father.
- A Community of Generosity
- A Missional Family
- Come and See
- Who are you in the Story of God?
- The Holy Spirit and Us Part 3
- The Holy Spirit and Us part 2: The Presence
- The Holy Spirit and Us
- Good good Father part 3
- Good, good Father part 2
- Good, good Father part 1
- Who Do You Think You Are? Part 2: The Gideon Effect