Sermons

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Books of the Bible:

Genesis – The Book of Beginnings:

Genesis is the book of beginnings. It sets the stage for the rest of the Bible, telling us God’s plan for His creation. Read More…

Joshua – Victorious By Faith

The Book of Joshua continues the story of the Israelites after the exodus from Egypt. Read More…

Psalms – 1-25

Part one of a collection of 150 psalms, whose Hebrew name is “The Book of Praise”, covering the first 25 psalms. Read More…

Psalms – 26-50

Part two of a collection of 150 psalms, covering psalms 26 to 50. Read More…

Psalms – 51-75

Part three of a collection of 150 psalms, covering psalms 51 to 75. Read More…

Psalms – 76-100

Part four of a collection of 150 psalms, covering psalms 76 to 100. Read More…

Psalms – 101-125

Part five of a collection of 150 psalms, covering psalms 101 to 125. Read More…

Psalms – 126-150

The final part of a collection of 150 psalms, covering psalms 126 to 150. Read More…

Psalms – Jesus in the Psalms

There are a number of Messianic Psalms which refer directly to the life of the Lord Jesus Christ. Read More…

Daniel

Daniel is the leading character in the Bible book called Daniel. In the narrative, when Daniel was a young man, he was taken into Babylonian captivity. Read More…

Jonah – The Reluctant Prophet

The Old Testament counterpart of John 3:16, this book declares the universality of God’s love embracing even pagan nations. Read More…

Matthew – Dipping into Matthew’s Gospel

“The Gospel According to Matthew” has been called by many Bible scholars the most important single document of the Christian faith. Read More…

Mark’s Gospel – Jesus the Servant of God

The Gospel of Mark, the shortest, is also held by most to be the first of the Gospels to be written. Read More…

Luke’s Gospel – Selected Parables

Take a fresh look at some of Jesus’ lively and pointed tales from the Gospel of Luke. Read More…

Acts of the Apostles – Christians On the Move

This is the history book of the early Church. Here is edge-of-the-seat excitement and adventure. Read More…

1st Corinthians

Corinth was not much different from our world today – populous, proud, prosperous, philosophical, and polluted. Read More…

2nd Corinthians

Second Corinthians is a deeply personal and arousing letter–a response to the complex history between the Apostle Paul and the church he had established in Corinth. Read More…

Ephesians – Becoming a People of Grace

What does the ideal Christian church look like? How should Christians behave? Read More…

Colossians – Complete in Christ!

This book has much to say to today’s society with its New Age philosophy and multi-cultural context. Read More…

1st Timothy – Fight the Good Fight

Along with the letter to Titus, these writings are defined as “pastoral epistles”. Read More…

2nd Timothy – Guard the Gospel

It’s doubtful that we could find a more nostalgic, emotional letter written by the Apostle Paul. Read More…

Titus – “Appoint… Teach… & Remind”

Several books in the Bible don’t get the publicity they deserve. Titus is a good example. Read More…

James – Living What You Believe

The book of James is a concise, how-to guide to being a Christian. James was a good communicator Read More…

1 Peter – Hope Now

How can we experience the abundant life and fruit of the Spirit when we’re living in a world of suffering, temptation, and anxiety? Read More…

1st, 2nd & 3rd John – Letters to Children of Light

John’s letters were written to counteract false teachers who were influencing Christians in the church. Read More…


Bible Characters:

Abraham – The Friend of God

“My friend.” That’s how God referred to the patriarch Abraham, what a remarkable close relationship he enjoyed! Read More…

David – A Man After God’s Own Heart

Perhaps the most popular Old Testament character, David is a study in contrasts. Read More…

Gideon – From Weakling to Warrior

Gideon is an Old Testament Bible character everyone can identify with. This brief study shows how trusting God can lead even the most unsure person to great victories. Read More…

Moses – A Man of Selfless Dedication

Moses. His life story has the drama of an epic film, but his personal highs and lows mirror our own. Read More…


Bible Themes:

Advent Themes: Hope. Peace. Love. Joy.

Advent is a season in the Christian year that lasts for about four weeks. It begins four Sundays before Christmas and ends on Christmas Eve. Read More…

“All Things New”

Another year gone – where did that go? An amazing year for our nation celebrating the Jubilee, Olympics, Paralympics and a whole lot more. Read More…

Being What You Are

Intriguing pictures from the New Testament that show us what a Christian is and what a Christian ought to be. Read More…

‘BIBLEFRESH’

Biblefresh is a movement of churches, agencies, colleges and festivals seeking to encourage and inspire churches across the UK to a greater confidence and appetite for the Word of God. Read More…

Christmas according to…

The full story of Jesus’ birth and the events surrounding it can be found in the Bible in the books of Matthew and Luke. Read More…

Christmas B.C. – Exploring Some Old Testament Prophecies

Jesus tells His disciples (Luke 24:25-27) to explore the Old Testament writings, because they all point toward Him. Read More…

Discipleship

A disciple is a follower, one who accepts and assists in spreading the doctrines of another. Read More…

Funeral & Thanksgiving Services

An opportunity to remember, celebrate and give thanks to God for the life of a loved one. Read More…

Growing Deeper

God makes the big changes through a series of little ones. We must learn to trust God for the little things so we can enjoy great growth. Read More…

He came to…

The primary reason Jesus Christ came to planet earth was to bring salvation, he accomplished this through his sacrificial death on the cross. Read More…

“His name is…”

This series of teaching looks at some of the names of Jesus from both the Old and New Testaments. Read More…

Issues and Answers in Jesus’ Day

You don’t have to study Jesus Christ’s life very long to realise that he had a remarkable uncomplicated way of getting people to focus on the important issues of life. Read More…

Jesus’ Last Week – The Passion Week

Passion Week (also known as Holy Week) is the time from Palm Sunday through Easter Sunday (Resurrection Sunday). Read More…

Letters to Churches Then & Now

The letters to the Seven Churches are found in chapters two and three of the Book of Revelation. Read More…”

Miscellaneous Subjects

Sermons that were ‘one off’ or not planned as part of a series. Read More…

People Just Like Us!

Much of the Bible is devoted to biography. Many Christians learn much more from the study of people than from the study of doctrine. Read More…

Prayer – A.C.T.S.

This mini-series looks at four aspects of prayer – Adoration, Confession, Thanksgiving, Supplication – from the viewpoint and personal experience of the Psalmist. Read More…

Rise & Shine: A Wake Up Call

In this New Year series of studies we will look at our primary purpose as believers, our major objectives as God’s church. Read More…

The Feasts of the Lord

Leviticus 23 reveals a yearly cycle of “appointed times” that God has ordained to meet in a special way with His People. Read More…

The Gospel Truth

Gospel is a term used over 75 times in the New Testament. Its most fundamental meaning from the Greek is “good news.” Read More…

TRANSFORMED – How God Changes Us

Transformed is a six week series of studies that will explore what the Bible has to say about six essential area of our lives: Read More…

Travelling with Jesus to…

In this series of studies we are travelling the Holy Land ‘with’ Jesus. Read More…

“The Lord’s Prayer” (Matthew 6:9-13)

The Lord’s Prayer must be the world’s most well known Christian prayer. Read More…

“…the Fruit of the Spirit is…”

The Fruit of the Spirit: Cultivating Christ-like Character – Love. Joy. Peace. Patience. Read More…