All of us have different gifts. It can be tempting to value certain gifts and skills more than others, but every gift is needed if the church is to flourish. In this talk, David looks at Paul’s picture of the church as a body, and considers the importance of humility and service.
It’s a well-known idea that we become what we behold. The things to which we give our time, attention and worship have the power to shape our thinking and our lives. In the first talk of our new series, Andy looks at Romans 12:1-2 and considers what it means for us to have our minds renewed and transformed by God.
Jesus taught His disciples that the Son of Man had come to serve, and not be served. What does it mean for us as followers of Jesus to live in the same way? In this talk, Adnan looks at how we can live as servants, not superstars.
In Acts 4, the church prayed for God to give them courage and stretch out His hand in signs and wonders. In the final talk of our series, Liam unpacks their prayer and considers what it means for us, as we seek to live lives filled with the Spirit of God.
The Bible ends with the promise of New Creation. A world in which there is no more pain. But right now, we still live in a broken world. In this talk from our Bethnal Green service, Natan considers how the Holy Spirit empowers us to live in hope, as we await Jesus’ return.
In preparation for our annual Gift Day, which we will be taking on 16th and 23rd May, David speaks about the grace of giving, looking at the example of the church in Macedonia in 2 Corinthians 8.
The Bible ends with the promise of New Creation. A world in which there is no more pain. But right now, we still live in a broken world. In the final week of our series, Hannah considers how the Holy Spirit empowers us to live in hope, as we await Jesus’ return.
One of the ways that the Holy Spirit helps us is by strengthening us to resist the temptations of sin and to walk in freedom. In this talk, Lars considers what it looks like to draw near to grace, and receive help from the Spirit in our time of need.
In the book of Acts, the early church experiences persecution, but they also know peace, strength and encouragement from the Holy Spirit. In this talk, David Stroud considers how we can receive peace and strength from the Holy Spirit as we come out of lockdown.
The Apostle Paul wrote that the Holy Spirit gives supernatural gifts to all who are eager for them. In this talk, Jo Wells considers how we should eagerly desire the gifts of the Spirit, and particularly how we can learn to hear from God today.
The resurrection of Jesus on Easter Sunday reveals that there is life after death. But because of Jesus there is also resurrection life before death too! This talk was recorded live at our Stockwell Service on Easter Sunday.