A sermon about church rotas! A growing church needs organising if it is to stay true to its DNA; a people who look after the poor.
Paul was surrounded with people who had a clear aim together & lived sacrificially. What does it take to be that sort of friend for one another?
Paul's teachings were radical in their day. We are called to live equally radically today. What does the gospel look like Monday-Saturday?
There are things Paul wants people to stop doing, but there are far more new ways of life to live in.
Paul wants the Colossians to know that their lives are intrinsically linked to Jesus. What happened to him happens to us. It changes how we see everything.
In a culture of competing worldviews & religious ideas, we're reminded to keep Jesus at the centre of our lives.
Paul prays for us to bear fruit as the Spirit does his work in us. What does fruitfulness look like where you live and work?
What does it mean to be a community built on faith, hope and love? We explore these three principles which became the foundation of the early church.
The last and, perhaps most important, question posed to Jesus was this: "What is the greatest commandment?" Jesus' response was clear and simple...
The Sadducees didn't believe in resurrection but they asked Jesus about it to trip him up. It gave him a chance to explore what life after death means.