Three short stories in the growth of the early church show how Christians stood against deceit, stood for more and stood out as different.
The story of the early church reminds us that there are days when God does amazing wonders and there are other days when everything seems to be lost.
These stories of Paul and Peter show how God speaks to each one of us differently and wraps us in to his ambitious plans.
As the early church scattered, so did the good news of Jesus. But the first missionaries weren’t necessarily those that you would have expected…
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.
How can we better sense the prompting of the Holy Spirit and be ready to give the unexpected answer?
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.
How do we deal with guilt? In a performance-based culture, we find that the cross is scandalously good news.
In a culture of competing worldviews & religious ideas, we’re reminded to keep Jesus at the centre of our lives.
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