In the midst of everything he was enduring, Jesus has time for others. We look at some of the sayings of Jesus on the cross and consider the centrality of the Cross for all of us.
On The Other Side: The “thief” on the second cross who asked Jesus to “remember me…” | Luke 23:40-43 | Ian Higginbotham
He had no time to start to live a good life, but its never too late! What is the essence of “becoming a Christian?” How simple can a commitment be whilst still being the real thing? What is Paradise?
Right to the last he refused to acknowledge Jesus, and there were many who did the same. As a church that wants to share the love of Jesus how do we understand today’s largely atheistic culture? How, practically, do we share the good news with people who appear to have no interest spiritual things?
Andrew Gardner continues our Larger Than Life series looking at two of the Old Testament prophets, Elijah and Elisha.
In this talk Andrew is looking at 2 Kings 6:8-23 in which Elisha asks for some eyes to be opened, and others to be closed.
Ian Clarkson continues our Go Deeper series which is looking at the letter – 1 John.
In this message Ian is looking at 1 John 5:1-15
Rebecca Parkinson continues our Larger Than Life series looking at two of the Old Testament prophets, Elijah and Elisha.
In this talk Rebecca is looking at 2 Kings 5:1-27 in which Naaman receives instructions from Ellisha.