Richard Frank preaches on the parable of the Sower from Matthew 13 on July 31st 2016.
Jez examines how our attitude to money often makes us anxious because we forget the certain goodness of the Father and the certain treasure of the Kingdom.
Matthew 6:5-13. Jez explores the model prayer taught us by Jesus, as the way to place all our simplest activities and deepest longings into the Big Story of God's Kingdom.
Richard looks at the power of prayer in the story of the paralytic.
Following the EU referendum in the UK, Richard uses Psalm 1 to help describe a healthy Christian response...
Paul's motivations for prayer help us remember what's important: the faith, love and hope which should act as a source of all we do.
Jez looks at the idea that, in the in-betweeen-ness of waiting for our adoption as God's children, His Holy Spirit takes our groaning (for our selves, as well as with and for creation) and turns them into prayers beyond words.
Richard takes us through the coming of the Holy Spirit - the power, presence and commission of God which stays with each of us wherever we are.
Jez unpacks how the Ascension commissions the disciples - and us - to be the hands and feet of Jesus, continuing his work of bringing heaven and earth together under his kingship.
While Jesus meant our faith to be personal, he never meant it to be private. Jon takes us through the Great Commission in Matthew 28, which pushes our faith out into public mission.