In this talk, Liam looks at the story of Jacob, Rachel and Leah and considers how (not) to find healthy relationships. (mp3)
An excerpt from The Pursuing God, which looks at the question of whether Jesus could have sinned.
Why is community important for our emotional health? And what can the story of 5 guys and a mat teach us about building deep relationships? (mp3)
A short extract from Peter Leithart’s commentary on Elijah at Mount Carmel.
How should we think about God speaking in this secular age? In this talk, Liam lays the foundation for this new series, by considering three insights about the Word of God from Hebrews chapter 1. (mp3)
A Good Friday reflection on Barabbas and the substitute son.
My quest for the perfect hot cross bun culminates with this recipe.
I haven’t been entirely idle… here’s some info about a few bits I’ve been writing, including a series of reflections for Holy Week.
The book of Joshua ends with a poignant ceremony in Shechem, a place with a rich history. In this talk Liam looks at Joshua 24 and considers our need for a New Covenant. (mp3)
A short reflection on church, beauty and Ephesians 5
As the people prepare to settle in the land, God gives instructions for how they are to conduct themselves, and the kind of cities they are to build. In this talk, Liam looks at the themes of justice and refuge, and how we can live as ‘good news’ people. (mp3)
Can the public trust a reporter who believes in a Creator? Some thoughts on Dan Walker, Rupert Myers, Creation and the BBC
The people prepare to cross the Jordan, and as with Moses before, the water parts to let them through. In this talk on Joshua 3, Liam considers the themes of consecration, faith, and baptism. (mp3)
So with my tongue lodged somewhere in the vicinity of my cheek, here are four vaguely interconnected observations from my first stab at live multisite preaching.
Some thoughts from Homer Simpson on Jesus and gun control.
2015 in 21 short book reviews
A festive reflection from C.S. Lewis.
A review of the best things I’ve listened to, watched, read, eaten or experienced in 2015.
Comparing two approaches to Hamlet. Which is more truthful? And which is more beautiful? And what does that have to do with preaching?
I don’t envy those who are debating and making difficult decisions right now. I don’t suppose for one moment that there are any easy answers.
But as a Christian I have to ask: how would Jesus treat a murderous terrorist in Syria?
And thankfully we don’t have to look far for an answer…
A short Christmas reflection to kick start Advent.