What happens when things don’t go to plan? This morning we were joined by Rev Trevor Gribben, Clerk to the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church. You can listen to his very helpful talk on a time when Mary’s plans had to change at the link below and you can read the Bible passage here.
Last week we saw that no one is good except God alone, does that mean no one can go to heaven? Thankfully not! Jesus said we need to receive the kingdom like a little child - what does that mean? It means accepting the kingdom as a gift, not something we earn. But if forgiveness is totally free and undeserved won’t that lead to wild living? Well, yes and no! You can listen to this morning’s sermon here:
It was great to have the school service this morning. The children did the readings, prayers (including some in Polish!), a song and a drama based on Luke 15. You can listen to the two part sermon below and read Luke 15 here.
The day started the same for them both, but something happened that day that would change the destination of one of them forever. Listen to the Good Friday message at the link above and you can read Luke 23:32-46 here.
Why did Jesus sweat blood?
Jesus was in such agony in the Garden of Gethsemene that his sweat became like great drops of blood. What was causing him such anguish? Was it just the thoughts of crucifixion? Others had faced crucifixion with less angst and Jesus had told people not to be frightened of those who can only kill the body (Luke 12:4), there was something else, find out what here:
You can read Luke 22:39-36 here.
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.
We had a great time at the harvest service in Lavey last night, the calm before the storm. If you're stuck in tonight, why not have a listen to Paul's talk at the above link. Paul was speaking from Luke 12:13-21 but referred to other bits in the chapter, you can read Luke 12 here. Thanks to all who decorated, and thanks to all who came, it was a great evening.