Sermons by Dave Frodsham
Believers in Action series, Acts 20. Dave powerfully shows us what it means to press on full of faith to do the very best with God has given us, despite the circumstances.
There are many different ways that Jesus and the early church went about doing ‘healing’, so how can we learn from what they did – but still keep Jesus at the centre? Let’s keep stepping out and seeing God’s kingdom come through healing.
You might think your life is pretty ordinary, but when you walk in friendship with Jesus, your ordinary life becomes extraordinary. Find out about the extraordinary lives of the early church as we continue our series “Believers in Action” from the book of Acts.
Who the Holy Spirit is, and how He works in our lives is integral to everything for our Christians lives. As part of our series through the book of Acts, we look at how the Holy Spirit affects every area of our lives with the love and power of God – people will notice!
Dave gives us an overview of our Vision and Values and challenges us where we fit in God’s plans for us this new year.
Acts 18: Do you ever feel like you are all alone, trying to live your best life? Is there anyone with you? As we continue through the book of Acts God makes it clear that we are NOT alone, in fact we are surrounded with God’s people! Be encouraged God has placed you right were he wants you and there are more with you than you realise, and God is always at work. “Even when I don’t see it, You’re…
How are you doing at building bridges with those that don’t know Jesus? As we continue our series on Acts (Believers in Action) Dave demonstrates how the early followers of Jesus used whatever they saw in their culture to talk to people about Jesus. Acts 17:16-34
As Dave continues our series in the book of Acts we see that whatever is in our way God can open the locked doors – and worship in midst of trouble is a powerful key in our hand.
As we continue this powerful series on the book of Acts, Dave brings a rallying call of what it means to be on mission together as a team; a team that is sensitive to God’s voice, and sees the doors He is opening for us.
Continuing our series on Jubilee core values Dave speaks to us about the way Jesus opened for us – to approach and know a Holy God. How are you making space to encounter God’s presence in your life?
Giving honour is one of our core values for Jubilee Church Wirral. Dave unpacks why a culture of honour is so critical when it comes to living for God and representing Him in our lives.
We’re told that life is a tragedy. It’s full of fun but it ends in the pit. Is there any hope? Easter tells you of a divine comedy. It’s the story of the Author entering our great drama, plunging down to the pit and rising up to joy. Could that story be true? Might there be someone who has taken our tragedy to give us his comedy? Watch this and find out for yourself. Based on material from Glen Scrivener.
Where is your treasure and what do place value on in life? We are challenged to question our priorities and Dave reminds us that our response to God’s love affects how well we handle our treasure. https://youtu.be/wd-H3DvOpFY
Dave shares on one of our Jubilee Values; Generosity. Discover the generous nature that God is growing within you, and see how our money is often connected to our hearts.
What’s at the heart of ‘family’ and what does it mean to belong to God’s family. Dave unwraps this core value, and shares Jesus’ heart to see genuine love in church community flourish.
What are the top 6 values of Jubilee Church? Today we look at the first of these; being a church that priorities God’s Presence. Dave also challenges us the priority of God’s presence in our own lives.