For centuries God had called His people to be a beacon of hope to the world. But instead, they had often kept their light hidden. In the final talk of our series, Andy considers Jesus’ teaching in Matthew 5 about how the church should shine as a light in a dark world.
In Mark chapter 2, Jesus addresses the religious leaders of his day, and poses a strange riddle about wine and wineskins. In this talk, Lars explores Jesus’ saying and considers how the church needs to be made new, if we are to contain the fresh things God wants to do in us and through us.
Right throughout the Bible, God’s people have undergone periods of fasting, where they have abstained from food and devoted themselves to prayer. In this talk, Liam considers the significance of this often-neglected practice, and how we can learn to enjoy and be strengthened by it today.
In this talk Tim shares the vision of our Stockwell service, looking back at South London’s rich spiritual heritage and raising faith for what God will do in our day.
In this talk Joel shares the vision of our Bethnal Green service, and asks the question: what do we want to be known for?
In this talk from our Sutton service, Andy shares from 1 Corinthians 1 on how God uses us to fulfil His plans through our faith and obedience, even in our weakness.
In this talk David shares from Ezekiel 37 and reflects on the vision of dry bones coming to life, which encourages us to surrender everything to God and have faith for Him to move in miraculous ways.
In John chapter 4, Jesus speaks of living water that brings eternal life, and promises that those who drink from Him will never thirst. In this talk, Lars considers how we can rely on God’s spirit to bring refreshment in our daily lives, and expect to see Him move in extraordinary ways as a result.
Ezekiel 47 depicts a beautiful scene, in which streams of living water pour out of the Temple, bringing life wherever they go. In this talk, David looks at the promise of the Holy Spirit, and how a Spirit-empowered church should be a source of life and hope.
Every great move of God has been built on the foundation of prayer. In this talk, Jo considers how renewal in the world around us begins with renewal in our hearts through prayer.
In this talk from our Covent Garden service, Ed looks at how praying together as a community can bring God’s love and hope to our city in 2019.
In a sun-scorched desert, Isaac finds himself unearthing ancient wells and remembering promises God made to his forefathers. In the first talk of the series, Liam considers how Genesis 26 invites us to return to God in faith and ask Him to do new and mighty things in our generation.
Christmas brings us together. In this talk from our Central London Christmas service, David considers that the story of Jesus’ birth teaches us how to live together despite our differences.
The best rulers are those who walk in the way of wisdom, leading with integrity and humility. In this talk David looks at how we can use our influence well, for the good of others.
Many of us are familiar with the general themes of the Christmas story, but a little hazy on the details. But the meaning is found in the details. In this talk from our Bethnal Green Carol Service, Liam reflects on Luke 2 and how the birth of Jesus changes everything.
We are emotional beings, designed to express a full range of feelings. In this talk, Jo considers how we can guard our hearts, and learn to express our emotions in a healthy manner.
Raising children is a joy, and a challenge! In this talk from our Baby Dedication Services, Andy considers some Biblical wisdom for positive parenting.
Justin Welby is the Archbishop of Canterbury and the leader of the Church of England. We were honoured to have him at Love London Sunday, as he shared from the book of Revelation on how the church can avoid being deceived and instead be a source of hope in our culture.
In this talk from our Empowered service, Liam shares from Psalm 84, and looks at how setting our hearts on worshipping God means we can be refreshed by His presence in every season of life.
We were created with desires and appetites for food, drink and pleasure, but often it’s easier to be mastered by our appetites than to master them. In this talk, Liam looks at how we can enjoy life whilst controlling our desires.
“The righteous care about justice for the poor, but the wicked have no such concern.” In this talk, Tim looks at what this proverb teaches us about the different causes of poverty, and what we can do in response.
Generosity is the sign of a healthy heart, and when we use our money to refresh others, we get refreshed in return. In this talk, David looks at the importance of generosity and some principles for healthy giving.
Proverbs has a lot to say about money, both its blessing and its dangers. In this talk, Liam considers three principles for how we should pursue wisdom, discipline and faith in relation to our finances.
Our words are powerful. They have the potential to build up or tear down. In this talk Hannah Elwyn thinks about the importance of guarding our mouths, and speaking truth that refreshes and brings life.
‘Lord, teach us to pray.’ In this talk, Joel Wade looks at the importance of prayer: how we can strengthen our prayer muscle, the struggles we may face in prayer, and how we can overcome them.
David encourages us to surrender everything to Jesus, be transformed by Him, and as a result, commit to building community in the heart of the capital.
Continuing on from his talk on the power of words, Tim Frisby speaks from Luke chapter 8 on the power and importance of our words when we speak to one another about God.
Our words are powerful. They have the potential to build up or tear down. In this talk Dee Wade thinks about the importance of guarding our mouths, and speaking truth that refreshes and brings life.
In this talk, Andy reflects on spiritual transformation, and the different ways we can nourish ourselves for spiritual growth.
All of us long for fulfilling relationships that last. In this talk, Andy looks at how we can develop healthy relationships, protect good boundaries, and avoid temptation.