We usually tune into our favourite soaps for a moment of entertainment, but the drama set out in the book of Judges is solely there for us to learn from.
This week we welcome Senior Pastor Doug Williams from Emmanuel Community Church in Walthamstow to give today’s message. Today’s message is a reminder to us to stand during the trials we face as Christians.
Today’s sermon is about encouraging believers to understand and appreciate the importance of behaving in a manner that honours the Lord. We must not conform to this world, instead, we must stand out in it.
The authenticity of our walk with God, having been reconciled to him through Christ Jesus, is how we get on with each of. The scriptures encourage us to reflect the love of God in all our interactions. So, where there
Everyday Christians are in a battle, and too often we remain defeated because we believe the enemy’s lie.
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.