Jez looks at these two stories together, where Luke continues to explore the idea of "Where your treasure is there is your heart."
Richard explores these two parables Jesus tells about prayer, showing how Jesus wants us to be persistent in our requests and confident in God's grace and love.
Richard takes on these tricky and often misunderstood passages, and points us to a God who invites us to express his Kingdom in the here and now, trusting that he sees all that is going on in our lives and will one day restore all things.
Richard looks at the story of Jesus in the home of Martha and Mary, and asks us whether busyness or "just-not-the-done-thing" stop us from sitting at the feet of the Rabbi.
Jez looks at how we are sent into our weeks with a message of the incoming reign of Jesus, a message which is spoken and acted, with urgency and yet humility.
Richard considers Jesus's prediction of his own suffering, alongside his 'Transfiguration', showing how he is shown to be God's Reality, God's Rescue and God's Ruler.
Jez considers arguably Jesus's most dramatic miracle - the calming of the storm. Considering the cultural context, Jez explores how the story gives us confidence of Christ's authority, his presence with us in every corner of life, and his invitation to 'be still' in faith.
Richard explores the moment Peter hears Jesus call him to step out of the crowd and to join what God is doing.
As Jesus heads out on 'retreat' at the start of his ministry, Jez explores why the wilderness temptations are important, and how they help us when we go through testing times.
Jez introduces our new series in Luke, and examines how Jesus's baptism commissions him for both his kingly reign and the 'baptism' of his crucifixion.