Will you Listen?

We are all announcing something, but hear is an announcement like no other. The question is will you listen? Will you respond to the call?

The Abundant King

Introduction There are not many moments in our lives where abundance or extravagance is accepted or expected. It is normally only the big public occasions or celebrations, which don’t happen all that frequently: Weddings, Anniversaries or Christmas.  These are moments where it’s all about us; we want to put on a show and declare to…

The Shepherd King

Introduction In 2015, I spent three months in Tanzania, working with the local Anglican Church in Musoma. Locally, the people speak Swahili, a beautifully phonetic and simple language; fast in Rhythm and full of exotic sounds.  After a few weeks, I soon picked up some of the basic’s of the language; phrases you would use…

God is always at work

Genesis 37: The Life of Joseph Introduction This morning we are looking at Genesis 37, Where we meet for the first time Joseph the favoured son of his father, born of the beloved Rachel and in the last stages of his Fathers life.  We now enter into the final section of the Book of Genesis….

Living As Kingdom Citizens (Titus 3:1-7)

Living as Kingdom Citizens Titus 3:1-7 is a wonderful letter, full of wisdom and practical instruction, most importantly it is a letter that points to Jesus.  The first verse of the letter gives us all the most basic information:  This Letter is written by Paul to his brother-in-Christ, Titus.  The traditional understanding around the timing…

The Unfair God

Jesus talks about the unfairness of God and his kingdom but its not in a way we would expect it.

Wrestling with God

Genesis 32: Wrestling with God, surviving and never being the same again.

Psalm 63: Delighting in The Lord

Introduction This week we are basing ourselves in the chapter ‘Spiritual Freshness’ from Vaughan Roberts book Battles Christians Face.  The big idea of the chapter is the battles we as Christians face to remain fresh or vibrant in our faith.  It seems like a strange one, especially in light of the last few weeks where…