Words of the Cross: Hurting | Hebrews 2:9-18 | Ian Clarkson

Words of the Cross: Hurting | Hebrews 2:9-18 | Ian Clarkson

Ian Clarkson continues our WORDS OF THE CROSS series as we progress towards Easter 2017.

In this talk Ian is thinking about the word hurting looking at Hebrews 2:9-18.

We live in a world of awful suffering. Does the cross really make up for what we see going on around us? What does it mean that Jesus suffered and died? Does it mean we won’t have to suffer?

Believing beyond time as we know it | 2 Peter 3 | Ian Clarkson

Believing beyond time as we know it | 2 Peter 3 | Ian Clarkson

Ian Clarkson concludes our LETTER TO MY YOUNGER SELF series looking at Peter’s letters – 1 Peter and 2 Peter. In this message Ian is looking at 2 Peter 3.

Peter is one of the privileged few to be given a view of heavenly places. As he closes, and he knows his own death is imminent, he writes to encourage us that God is in control of the future, the best is yet to come, and how we should live as we wait those glorious events.

“Jesus welcomed them and spoke to them about the kingdom…” | John 6:1-15 | Ian Clarkson

“Jesus welcomed them and spoke to them about the kingdom…” | John 6:1-15 | Ian Clarkson

Ian Carkson continues our by Invitation series looking at John 6:1-15.

People love to feel welcome and to belong. What can we all do to make people feel at home in our Church?

“Go into all the World…” | Matthew 28:16-20 | Ian Clarkson

“Go into all the World…” | Matthew 28:16-20 | Ian Clarkson

Words of Jesus known as “The Great Commission” – but what and where is our “world” in 2017?

Ian Clarkson continues our by Invitation series looking at Matthew 28:16-20.

Faith Under Fire | 1 Peter 1:1-8 1 Peter 2:21-25 | Ian Clarkson

Faith Under Fire | 1 Peter 1:1-8 1 Peter 2:21-25 | Ian Clarkson

Ian Clarkson begins our LETTER TO MY YOUNGER SELF series looking at Peter’s letters – 1 Peter and 2 Peter. In this message Ian is looking at 1 Peter 1:1-8 and 1 Peter 2:21-25.

On a number of occasions, Peter had been arrested and imprisoned for the gospel, and tells his readers that whilst we must expect the same, he encourages us that the reward for holding firm in our faith will bring an inheritance of glory and inexpressible joy in the salvation of our souls.

God has put your arrangements in place | Isaiah 7:14 and Luke 1:26-38 | Ian Clarkson

God has put your arrangements in place | Isaiah 7:14 and Luke 1:26-38 | Ian Clarkson

Ian Clarkson continues our Advent series looking at the arrangements that God had put in place for the birth of Jesus and how we can trust that God has put arrangements in place for our lives – Isaiah 7:14 and Luke 1:26-38.