Imagine what it would be like to have your eyes opened for the first time?! Listen to the work Jesus did a one man's life at the link above. You can read John 9 here. Also the video for one of the interviews with John Knight is here:
What does it mean that Jesus is the light of the world? What does it mean to follow him? You can listen to this morning's sermon at the link above and read the Bible readings from John 8:12-30 here and Isaiah 49:1-7 here.
And here's some photos taken after the service of Killoughter church in the snow:
How do you get a thumbs up from God? Listen to our all-age talk from Luke 18:9-14 from Lavey Church this Sunday.
What do you see when you look at this picture:
...an old woman or a young lady? What about when you read Luke 7:36-50? Do you see something grotesque, embarrassing, awkward, or something beautiful, attractive even enviable?
Listen to guest preacher Rev Mark Smith's sermon for today at the above link.
Today is "Blue Monday" supposedly the most depressing day of the year. It's post Christmas, it's still dark, it's cold, damp, often we're struggling with sickness, sometimes we end up in hospital. It's a good time to lift our eyes to the certain hope of heaven! Here's the recording from Killoughter:
At this dark, often damp and dreary time of year, it's good to lift our eyes and think what will heaven be like and how can we know? You can read Revelation 21:1-22:5 here, and listen to this morning's sermon at the link above.
We had a great time at our Carols by Candlelight last night, you can see some videos of the Drung Group of Churches United Choir's debut of "O Holy Night" and see some photos. Thank-you for coming, thanks to those who decorated and read the lessons and thanks very much to the choir and organists for all their hard work - it paid off! You can read Isaiah 9 here and the address based on that reading is below: