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Category: Sermons

Freedom: Am I Good Enough For God?

The early church asked itself a question that still echoes through the centuries: ‘Am I good enough?’ Paul’s letter to the Galatian church responds definitively to that question.

Taking A Risk For God’s Plan

Ananias was a simple man, living an ordinary life, when God asked him to take a risk. What might God be asking of us in order to impact the lives of those around us?

Fruitfulness on the Frontline: Mouthpieces for Truth and Justice

We are called to follow in the footsteps of the one spoke up for truth and justice. He uses people like us to be part of his great restoration plan.

Fruitfulness on the Frontline: Messengers of the Gospel

We may not all be confident evangelists, but God wants to use each and every one of us to share the great news of Jesus.

Fruitfulness on the Frontline: Moulding Culture

Not many of us are able to change the world, but we can have an influence on the little part of the world God has given us responsibility for.

Making Good Work

Fruitfulness on the Frontline: Making Good Work

We were created to work; not just for money but for the glory of God. How can we rediscover our sense of purpose in our workplaces?

Fruitfulness on the Frontline: Modelling Godly Behaviour

In a culture obsessed with performance and status, we need to be reminded that God cares more about our character than our vocation.

Praying In Times Of Political Uncertainty

In times of political upheaval and uncertainty, how should Christians pray? As we look to the early church fathers, we may be challenged by their example.

Disagreeing Well

Christians have always disagreed with one another over various things. Paul’s instructions to the early church in Rome are as relevant now as then.

When We Don’t See Eye To Eye

In an ever-changing culture, we may find ourselves at odds with wider society. How do we hold to what we believe whilst communicating the brilliance of Jesus to those with whom we disagree?

Being A Cross-Shaped Family

Families are often the place where we let our guard down as disciples. Listen to how four people are working out how to follow Jesus at different stages of family life.

Being A Cross-Shaped Church

We want to become a cross-shaped church: a place where diverse people find community and all have something to offer. A place where we shape one another and commit to the counter-cultural way of Jesus.