As Jonathan pointed out in this first of a new series, while God’s call to Canaan was addressed to Abram, it was actually his father who had set out for Canaan some time earlier. But once Terah reached Haran, north of Ur up the Euphrates valley, he stopped there rather than completing his journey by turning south again towards Canaan. So it was his son who made history by completing the journey. Jonathan drew some lessons from this tale for our own callings from God: listen to or download his sermon here.
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Today was Pentecost Sunday, so there was only one choice of subject for our “Filled with …” series. Click here to download or listen to Peter’s sermon, as he looks at the early church’s encounters with the Holy Spirit.
Roger preached this Sunday on another in our series “Filled with …”, sharing three principles that he has found to be helpful in learning to praise God. Download or listen to him here to find out what those principles are!
Today we reached the part of the Lord’s Prayer that deals with forgiveness. It is sobering that the extent to which we are forgiven is made conditional on the degree of forgiveness that we are prepared to extend to others. Listen to or download Jonathan’s talk here.
Today Andrew shared with us some of the ways in which our faith in Christ promises life that overwhelms death. Listen to or download his message here.
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