Today we look at Acts 18-19 and Paul in Ephesus again, where he encourages the believers there that there’s more in God than their current revelation or understanding. That which was true then, is true now, so Craig encourages us to ask for more.
Today David Dando talks about the Jesus who heals, by looking chiefly at the life of Paul, but also included in his talk are the voices of two of our Church family with extraordinary stories of God’s healing power.
Today, as we baptise some people, Craig looks at Colossians 2 to help us understand what Jesus has done for us and what baptism means.
These are the stories of three individuals who were baptised this morning, Sunday 1st September, and precedes Craig’s talk from that day.
In this, our final talk from Acts, Craig looks at how Paul made disciples everywhere, and from his prison letters, at the end of Acts, he reveals something of how we, as followers of Jesus, can do the same.
Today, after we listen to Jo Thomas talk about her mission trip to India, Craig Hopkins continues our preaching series by looking at Acts 15 and encouraging us to think ‘grace’ when contentious and difficult moments arise.
Looking at Acts 12, Craig Hopkins leads us to discover that following Jesus isn’t all plain sailing, and that followers of Christ can suffer, live resurrected lives, and know justice, just like Christ.
Today David Dando helps us understand the reality that followers of Jesus can make disciples through the toughest of circumstances, as he takes us through Acts 16.
Joseph Thomas continues our preaching series looking at the incredible encounter of Cornelius and Peter in Acts 10.
Today Stephen Dunford looks at Acts 9 and the conversion and calling of Saul. Steve brilliantly helps us in unpacking how disciples discover their calling in the commission to reach the world.