BRINGING FREEDOM | Be the Good News | Luke 4:16-21, Matthew 5:13-16 | Andrew Gardner

BRINGING FREEDOM | Be the Good News | Luke 4:16-21, Matthew 5:13-16 | Andrew Gardner

Ian Higginbotham concludes our Freedom series looking at Luke 4:16-21 and Matthew 5:13-16.

Actions speak louder than words. People won’t believe us when we talk about Christ’s good news if our lives don’t match all we say. The way we live our everyday life matters.

WELCOME STRANGER | Epaphroditus – Man for all Seasons | Philippians 2:4-5, Philippians 2:25-30, Philippians 4:18-19 | Ian Higginbotham

WELCOME STRANGER | Epaphroditus – Man for all Seasons | Philippians 2:4-5, Philippians 2:25-30, Philippians 4:18-19 | Ian Higginbotham

Ian Higginbotham continues our Welcome Stranger series by looking at Epaphroditus who can be found in Philippians 2:4-5, Philippians 2:25-30, Philippians 4:18-19.

A man of Pagan background with the goddess Aphrodite incorporated into his name. To the Philippians he was a reliable and trusted messenger to take their gifts to Paul. To Paul he was so much more – a brother, a co-worker, and a fellow soldier. A man of devotion,faithfulness and self-sacrifice, he put the needs of others above himself and so modelled Christ. Possibly one of the first missionaries taking care, provision and the gospel to the needy – a pattern for courage. One of those people whose very presence and faith makes people rejoice.
Growing | Matthew 13:1-9, 18-23 | Ian Higginbotham

Growing | Matthew 13:1-9, 18-23 | Ian Higginbotham

Ian Higginbotham looks at some principles of growth from his experiences in Kibogora, Rwanda.

Below you will find the images that Ian used in his talk if you would like to follow along:

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I want it all but can I have it? | James 4:1-8; Matthew 6:25-34 | Ian Higginbotham

I want it all but can I have it? | James 4:1-8; Matthew 6:25-34 | Ian Higginbotham

Ian Higginbotham continues our Ten Commandments series by considering the words from Exodus 20:17 which quite simply says:

‘You shall not covet your neighbour’s house. You shall not covet your neighbour’s wife, or his male or female servant, his ox or donkey, or anything that belongs to your neighbour.’

Ian also looks into James 4:1-8 and Matthew 6:25-34.

What have you taken? | Exodus 20:15 | Ian Higginbotham

What have you taken? | Exodus 20:15 | Ian Higginbotham

Ian Higginbotham continues our Ten Commandments series by considering the words from Exodus 20:15 which quite simply says:

You shall not steal.

Ian also looks at other readings that each comes with a challenge: Micah 2:1-2, Micah 6:10-12 and Malachi 3:8-12

Words of the Cross: Confident | Romans 1:16-17 and Romans 8:31-39 | Ian Higgibotham

Words of the Cross: Confident | Romans 1:16-17 and Romans 8:31-39 | Ian Higgibotham

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

In this talk Ian is thinking about the word confident looking at Romans 1:16-17 and Romans 8:31-39.

Can we be sure the Good News is good news for us?

How can Christians be confident in the cross and what does it mean – now and forever?