Sermons by Dave Frodsham
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.
Living with our hearts and lives fueled by the freedom Jesus has purchased for us is key. But how do we avoid getting bogged down with doing things simply because we always have? Dave demonstrates from Acts 15 that relationship with God trumps any other way to live life.
As we turn to Paul and Barnabas they are preaching about the person who made the greatest sacrifice. They preach Jesus, the living God who died and rose again, that He died taking the punishment we deserved defeating sin and death so we can live without fear but with hope.
As we return to our series called Believers in Action from the book of Acts we join Paul and Barnabas on their first missionary journey. We need to take heart that even under opposition as we are the light to the Gentiles (nations) and are called to reach the world. We are like Paul and Barnabas; just people like those we are trying to reach, we have been transformed by God and His power but we are not superior and…
Dave shares how amazing Jesus is in our lives – and challenges us to walk more and more in the freedom to live, enjoy and worship God.
We believe just as Moses promised his father in law. “Come with us and we will do you good..” (Numbers 10:29) God has set out a vision and a purpose before us and we want you all to come with us as we believe not only will God bless you, that you have a specific role or part to play.
There was a shape he wanted for their lives and for us. An UP – connecting with God an IN- changing character as part of a community and an OUT a calling and a mission to see others come to be disciples. God’s intention is for all of us to have these three things happening in our lives.
God wants a people for himself and has made us to be worshippers. We need to keep connecting with Him but he also wants to connect us to one another. The strength and insight we get from God we can share with and encourage others.
God wants to work through us, to enable us to live freely seeing the gospel build bridges wherever we go. As Dave takes us in into Acts 13 we discover what is means to live freely in every part of our lives – with words of encouragement directly from the King. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rv1dH-aUiKM
As we continue in in the book of Acts we look to see evidence of God’s grace in our lives. What’s God been doing with us; and what can we see of God’s grace in the lives of those around us; which we can celebrate and encourage.
How import are the things you are doing for God? Small acts of kindness and love matter and God can move in the most insignificant location, as well as significant ones. Wherever we go we take the Kingdom of God with us, and His power into every situation.