If you had to write a job description for the rector what would it include? The book of Acts helps us to understand what the priority should be any rector, you can read Acts 6:1-7 here and list to the sermon at the link below:
At the Drung Festival, Reece’s team were unstoppable! You can read Acts 5:12-42 here and you can listen to the recording at the link above to find out about the unstoppable spread of the good news of Jesus!
Can you pretend to be a Christian? You might have heard about the driver who pretended to be a professor (and got away with it!), but can you pretend to be a Christian? You can read Acts 4:32-5:11 here and listen to this morning’s all-age recording at the link below.
This week RTE showed the documentary “divorcing God”, a very sad report about people either wanting nothing to do with God, or else wanting God on their own terms not on His.
Peter and John were told not to speak anymore about Jesus, the religious leaders wanted God on their own terms as well, so Peter and John and the others prayed for boldness. Does God answer prayer? You can listen to the recording below and read Acts 4:23-31 here and Psalm 2 here.
You may have heard people offering health, wealth and prosperity if you turn to Jesus. In Acts 3 we see a man lame from birth miraculously healed. But is this promised to everyone who believes? You can read Acts 3:1-4:4 here to see what is promised and listen to the sermon recording at the link below.
Have you ever mistaken someone for someone else? You can listen to my embarrassing mistake below! Sometimes it doesn’t matter too much if we mistake someone, but when it comes to Jesus it really matters. You can read Acts 2 here and listen to the recording from our all-age service below.
This week has been an incredible week for English Football clubs, Liverpool were the first through to the final and there was much singing of “you’ll never walk alone” but how can you know you’ll never walk alone? You can read what God has done here and listen to the sermon recording from Acts 2 at the link below:
Waiting can be an exciting or an anxious time. We began looking at the book of Acts this morning. It begins with a wait. Listen to find out what they were waiting for at the link below and you can read Acts 1 here.
This week we’ll be hearing lots about “Remain” but 2000 years ago Jesus spoke about a far more important “Remaining” you can read his words here and listen to the sermon recording at the link below.
Also below you can see a picture of the ruin referred to in the recording.
Jesus tells the disciples not to be troubled even though He’s leaving them because He’s going to prepare a wonderful future for them, but is it all pie in the sky? Here’s this week’s sermon recording on Jesus incredible teaching on the Holy Spirit. You can read John 14:15-25 here.
What’s troubling you? In all likelihood there’s something, Jesus’ disciples were deeply troubled but Jesus told them not to be troubled because of something amazing He was going to do. You can listen to Sunday’s sermon at the link above and read John 14:1-14 here.