We are challenged to consider what it means to be a Christian during these difficult times. Some of us, in the past, may have inadvertently defined our Christianity on what we do on a Sunday or Saturday service.
You may have heard of the phrase “you can’t teach an old dog new tricks”. This is actually less about dogs, and more about us as people who are entrenched in our ways, who have been doing the same things
In this weeks sermon, Pastor David takes us to the heart of the parable of the unmerciful servant. The principle being highlighted is clear and is one we should all follow, as we grow in Christ. Treat people in a
Pastor David revisits a concept from his most recent series of sermons. Recollecting the fact, that God’s will happened on this earth by ‘flowing’ through His obedient Son.
This Sunday, Elder Martin, explores 1 Corinthians 13. He looks at how Paul details the most important expressions of the Christian walk – Faith, Hope and Love.
Deacon Harold takes a look at how our sinful pride can destroy our relationship with God, whilst exploring how we can overcome that pride.
We as humans can forget the enormity of Gods love, power & providence.We must realise how easily we are influenced by tradition and culture – and its ability to change our character.
God has placed us in a glorious and honourable position. We have been placed – by the Holy Spirit – into the body of Christ.
God has created us with such diversity and richness, we are special, gifted and unique. However, our differences should not become the reason or cause of division within the body of Christ.
Today’s message comes from Acts 10 and is entitled ‘A Good Man‘. Elder Martin takes us through the account of Cornelius’ conversion to Christ. We are encouraged to be people of good standing, to do good, especially in being a