Life is a battle! There are plenty of challenges that can wear us down. But in the first talk of this new series, Liam shows how God promises to give us everything we… Continue reading
It’s no coincidence that lights play a huge part in how we celebrate Christmas; the whole story is about light breaking into darkness. (mp3)
This talk explores how one of the hallmarks of the Spirit is unity in diversity. (mp3)
Four seminars on how to read the Bible (mp3)
If God had a tattoo, what would it be? This talk, from our Baby Dedication Service, reflects on Isaiah 49 (mp3)
What would it look like for God to answer the prayer ‘Thy Kingdom Come’? A talk on signs of the Kingdom from Matthew 11. (mp3)
Why did Jesus wash the feet of his disciples? And why do many Christians continue this practice to this day? (mp3)
A Good Friday quote from G.K. Chesterton.
A talk on John 8, shame, bad religion and the power of encountering Jesus (mp3).
An introduction to our Holy Week series: seven words from the cross.
What does getting wet have to do with following Jesus? This talk looks at the importance of baptism. (mp3)
Four seminars looking at the doctrine of the Trinity (mp3)
What is contextualisation and how should we do it? A recording from a recent online hangout for The Broadcast Network (video)
A selection of recommended resources on the Trinity.
How does Jesus’ prayer in John 17 encourage us to pray and work for unity? (mp3)
This Christmas we attempted to recreate Taskmaster with my family. Some craziness ensued. Here is the result!
If you’ve never sung Christmas carols whilst holding a baby, I highly recommend the experience. Beg, borrow or steal one. (Please don’t steal one!)
Five good reasons, and one bad reason, for why I enjoy preaching sermons on difficult passages.
How can we know what God is really like? A talk from our Baby Dedication service on Jesus’ parable of the lost sheep. (mp3)
How does Abraham pleading over Sodom and Gomorrah point to the gospel? (mp3)
Four seminars to help you get to grips with the book of Hebrews (mp3)