Sermon 28 July 2019Speaker: Johnny Rowe
To the moonSpeaker: Rev. Norman Jardine

Norman Jardine shares from God’s word.

The Joy of Psalm 51Speaker: Jonny Tate

Psalm 51:1-19

Closed DoorsSpeaker: Steven Wilson

Why does God sometimes close doors in our lives and how should we respond? Acts 16: 1-10

Hearing God’s SurprisesSpeaker: Nigel Parker

Results of Solitude
1 Kings 19.1-18

Resting in GodSpeaker: Nigel Parker

Don’t just do something, sit there
Isaiah 30.15-22 (Nigel Parker)

Delighting in GodSpeaker: Steven Wilson

God tells us that anger and revenge are not the correct responses when our enemies do us harm in life. Instead, peace is to be found when we forgive our enemies and trust God to enact justice.
Psalm 37.1-11 (Steven Wilson)

Jacob’s TransformationSpeaker: Nigel Parker

In solitude, we wrestle with the Lord and are transformed.
Genesis 28.10-22, 32.22-33.4
(Nigel Parker)

Life with GodSpeaker: Nigel Parker

Jesus shows us, through practicing solitude and service, the pattern of life lived in the presence of the Father
Mark 1.21-39 (Nigel Parker)

GenerositySpeaker: Nigel Parker

The Open Hands of God
2 Corinthians 9.6-15 (Nigel Parker)

What Difference Does Knowing God, Make?Speaker: Johnny Rowe

Doubting Thomas misses the point of that first Easter Sunday, then gets a chance to meet with Jesus. Was it worth it? In today’s troubled world, does this encounter mean anything for us?
John 20: 19-31 (Johnny Rowe)

What Are We Waiting For?Speaker: Nigel Parker

21st April 2019, Easter John 20.1-18, 1 Corinthians 15.35-58 Jesus’ resurrection body is a new type of physical body, transformed from His old physical body.  Those who look to Him will be resurrected to everlasting life in similar transformed physical bodies within the new heaven and earth.