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Judges: The Power of the Tongue

3 November 2016
Words can be very powerful, used both for good, and for bad. They can carry the power of rejection, agreement, diplomacy, dangerous vows, and division.

Judges: Abimelek and Power

26 October 2016
Abimelek is one of the most ruthless leaders in Judges - grabbing power and manipulating people. Is there another way of doing business in the 'real world'?

Judges: Weakness and Strength

18 October 2016
Gideon: the weakest in his clan, used by God to deliver his people. But it didn't take long for his biggest strength to become his biggest weakness.

Judges: Enough is enough

14 October 2016
Every generation, God gives people the resources to do the unthinkable, and to do the remarkable. Judges 4-5 is a story that shows us exactly that...

Judges: Forgetful People – Faithful God

19 September 2016
What happens when God's people forget their own story? What does God do when they forget their story? Judges gives us some thoughts on this...

Judges: Flawed People – Faithful God

13 September 2016
Dodgy dealings, brutal murders, leaders that you lose confidence in. Our first sermon looks at why the book of Judges is even in the Bible.

Summer sermons

8 September 2016
Missed a sermon over the summer holidays? We've collected them all together below for you to listen to.

God loves our enemies

14 June 2016
It's always dangerous to imagine that God feels the same about our enemies as we do. It's always a shock when we find He sees them so radically differently.

God so loved the world…

31 May 2016
It's a phrase we hear used a lot, but it was always designed to surprise us, as well as to invite us to see the whole world so very differently.

How should Christians decide how to vote in the EU referendum?

22 May 2016
I'm not going to tell you how I'm going to vote, or how I think you should vote. But what does the Bible say about making this sort of decision?

Leicester City, the Ascension and Difficult Days

11 May 2016
Some things never end as you expect, but when wonderful things happen, we need to ask ourselves what it all means.

Growing in hope (Philippians 1)

17 March 2016
Paul not only talks about hope, but he demonstrates it too. The chapter is full of hope for himself, what God's going to do, and for the church in Philippi.
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