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.

How to affair-proof your relationships – for single and married people | Matthew 5:27-32 | Ian Higginbotham

How to affair-proof your relationships – for single and married people | Matthew 5:27-32 | Ian Higginbotham

Ian Higginbotham continues our Ten Commandments series by looking at Matthew 5:27-32 and considering the words from Exodus 20:14:

You shall not commit adultery.

“Blessed are the poor in spirit…” | Matthew 5:1-12 | Dave Sewell

“Blessed are the poor in spirit…” | Matthew 5:1-12 | Dave Sewell

Dave Sewell continues our by Invitation series looking at Matthew 5:1-12.

We explore what the Church Urban Fund calls the “Web of Poverty” – being poor not only in Resources, but also in Identity and Relationships. How can we love, welcome and help them like Jesus did?

The Lord’s Prayer Pattern – Fix Your Focus |  Matthew 6:5-15 and 1 Chronicles 29:11-13 | Ian Higginbotham

The Lord’s Prayer Pattern – Fix Your Focus | Matthew 6:5-15 and 1 Chronicles 29:11-13 | Ian Higginbotham

Ian Higginbotham continues our series – THE LORD’S PRAYER PATTERN.

In this talk Ian is looking at the later part of the traditional Lord’s Prayer:

Your is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory for ever.

Ian is asking three questions that are at the foundation of our prayers:

  • Who has the authority?
  • Who has the ability?
  • Who deserves the credit?