This is the recording for the harvest service in Killoughter, Redhills in 2017. David was preaching from Matthew 9:35-38 which you can read here. And here are some of the pictures of the beautifully decorated church.
It was great to have Matthew Sleeman (Nick's tutor from theological college) preaching this morning in Ballyhaise and Larah. You can listen again (or for the first time) at the link above. Matthew was speaking from Matthew 13:31-35 and 13:44-50. You can read the verses here.
What does God rule over? Who does God care about? What happens when Jonah runs away from God? Some of the questions that Jonah chapter 1 helps us with.
You can listen to the first in our all-age summer series on Jonah at the link above. The Bible passages are not recorded but you can read the first reading from Jonah 1:1-16 here and the second reading from Mark 4:35-41 here. Most of the talk should be at the link above.
What tragic news to wake up to this morning, yet another terror attack. We were looking at Psalm 6 this morning at church, what a helpful Psalm as we learn from David to take our agony to God and discover his steadfast love in the midst of the trials. You can read Psalm 6 here and listen to the sermon at the link below:
How should we respond to the tragic attack in Manchester. King David was a man acquainted with grief, he knew the pain of losing children, Psalm 5 gives us a helpful response that involves a God to groan to, a God who will destroy evil, and a God who is a safe haven. Listen at the link below and you can read Psalm 5 here and the gospel reading from Matthew 6 here.
It was great to be joined by Bishop Wallace Benn this morning and to learn about his experience on Top Gear! We also really appreciated his helpful preaching which was both challenging and encouraging. Thanks to all who came for the vision dinner afterwards - it was great to have so many positive comments about our group of churches and some great ideas about what we more we could do. We will do our best to work through them all and hopefully make some positive changes.
You can read Nehemiah 1 here and listen to the talk at the link above.
Where do you turn for comfort in the evening? What if there are people you're dreading seeing the next day? What if people are saying unkind things about you? Read about King David's experience in Psalm 4 (our Gospel reading was from Matthew 12:22-37) and listen to this morning's sermon at the link above.