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Sun, May 22, 2016
Duration: 24 mins 16 secs
One of the most sought out answers within the church today is, “What is the will of God for my life?” If we don’t ask the question, we definitely think about it. To know or encounter God’s will, we must first understand how the Bible describes God’s will.
Sun, May 15, 2016
Passage: Isaiah 6:1-8
Duration: 19 mins 4 secs
Isaiah's response to God's glory was to recognise his own unworthiness, but it also lead to action - 'Send me!'
Sun, May 01, 2016
Passage: Acts 9:1-19
Duration: 28 mins 20 secs
When we think that God is speaking to us we need to be in no doubt that it is God speaking, we need to know what he wants us to do, and we need to think how it will affect other.
Sun, Apr 24, 2016
Passage: John 16:1-15
Duration: 25 mins 29 secs
Jesus said to his disciples, "I have much more to say to you..." Yet so often we miss what he has to say!
Sun, Apr 10, 2016
Duration: 24 mins 53 secs
Sometimes the greatest works of God are done in the secret places of our hearts.
Sun, Apr 03, 2016
Duration: 26 mins 18 secs
The first of our new preaching series on Encountering God, which looks at our new motto text for the year: "The one thing I want from God, the thing I seek most of all is the privilege of meditating in his Temple, living in his presence every day of my life, delighting in his incomparable perfections and glory".
Sun, Mar 27, 2016
Duration: 17 mins 55 secs
We can be in danger of being stuck in Saturday (between Good Friday and Easter Sunday). Is there still a stone in our lives that needs to be rolled away in order that we can know Christ's resurrection power in our lives?
Sun, Mar 20, 2016
Passage: Luke 19:29-40
Duration: 10 mins 16 secs
Don't miss it! God has a desire for us to know him and his glory. Grace and glory always go together.
Sun, Mar 13, 2016
Passage: Mark 12:1-12
Duration: 21 mins 19 secs
Jesus tells the people a story to challenge them: "Who am I to you?"
Sun, Mar 06, 2016
Passage: John 8:1-11
Duration: 17 mins 34 secs
When all the people had put down their stones and departed, as St Augustine says, "The two are left: misery and mercy".