This week we took a break from our Kingdom Come series, and David preached about the vision of the Central services, and some of the challenges and opportunities we face together.
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This week we took a break from our Kingdom Come series, and Andy preached about the vision of the Sutton service, and some of the challenges and opportunities we face together.
This week we took a break from our Kingdom Come series, and Joel preached about the vision of the Bethnal Green services, and some of the challenges and opportunities we face together.
Jesus regularly healed the sick as a sign of the Kingdom of God, and a foretaste of his plan to heal the world. In this talk, Liam looks at how we are also called and equipped to pray for the sick today.
Jesus was not only known for his remarkable teaching, but also his deep love for people. Love that motivated him to care for them, heal them, and ultimately die for them. In this talk, David looks at how Jesus’ Kingdom is built on compassion.
Many people imagine God to be like a harsh taskmaster, who puts heavy burdens on his subjects. But Jesus said the opposite. In this talk, Lars looks at Jesus’ invitation to the weary and burdened, and his promise of rest.
One of the hallmarks of the Kingdom of God is freedom. In the third talk of our series, Jo Wells considers how Jesus proclaimed a message of freedom to the Samaritan woman in John 4.
Jesus taught that the greatest commandment was to love God with every part of who we are: heart, soul, strength and mind. In this talk, Andy explores how love is essential to inheriting the life of the Kingdom.
Simon was frustrated after a fruitless night of fishing, when an encounter with Jesus changed his life forever. In the first talk of our new series, Liam considers how Jesus commissions and empowers us to be ‘fishers of people.’
Living by faith doesn’t always look triumphant and glorious. In the final talk of our series, Tim considers how Jesus established his Kingdom through suffering, and he encourages us to cultivate a prophetic imagination, so we can rebuild our city on the values of Jesus’ Kingdom.
The life of faith took Moses from the Pharaoh’s palace into the wilderness; shunning luxury, and embracing suffering for Christ. In this talk, Raph considers how we can stir up faith in one another and overcome fear with courage.
Faith had brought God’s people out of Egypt, but they still needed faith if they were to enter the Promised Land. In this talk, Hannah considers how Joshua is a great example of living by faith.