Joan tackles the Trinity and points out that seeking to understand the Trinity in terms of relationship is enormously helpful.
Julia talks about the difference between human wisdom and God's wisdom. She points out that God cannot be reduced to principles and his solutions to problems are normally bespoken.
This talk by James was delivered on Good Friday. He talks about how Christs death and resurrection is a pattern for our christian walk. New life can only come after something dies. We often need to crucify fears, sins, ungodly attachments and the like in order for new life to come.
Kath Wells brings us the message for Palm Sunday. She opens up what can be a familiar passage of scripture by asking questions.
James talks about the new covenant; what is it and how does it relate to the gospel.
Julia talks about how God has graced us all differently and how the concept of honouring one an other is a key method by which those different gifts work together for the building up of the Kingdom.
Julia talks about what love means and how we can't love the way God intends without his help.
Gradon Harvey was our guest preacher this week. He speaks about trusting God during difficult times.
James talks about how valued people are by God, and how we are likewise to value people. He also discusses how that relates to our behavior and how God is interested in that too because as valuable people we influence other valuable people by how we behave and teach others to behave.
Julia speaks about lent and gives practical advice about how to hear from God directly for yourself.
Mike Burrows delivers a powerful message about the persecuted church.
James talks about the New Wine conference 2018 and in particular Jackie Pullinger's message.
Brendan opens up the scriptures and looks at what is going on in in John Gospel at chapter 1 verses 43 to 51.
Kevin kicks off the new year with a message based around the Lords Prayer.