Sermons by Jonathan Kent
Great message from Jonathan Kent about abiding in Jesus. Taken from John 15, Jonathan shows what it means to stay connected to Jesus and how He intertwines us with each other to produce good fruit.
Jonathan Kent took us through his namesake’s battle with the Philistines, where Jonathan the son of King Saul, and his armour bearer with one sword between them to take on a Philistine Garrison. They stepped out trusting God for the victory and started a rout of the whole Philistine army which hugely outnumbered the Israelites who were with Saul. Jonathan explained the context of what was happening. There was no one in Israel to sharpen weapons or work metal, the…
Jonathan Kent spoke spoke from Psalm 27, provoking our hearts to make Jesus the One Thing at the center of all we do. https://youtu.be/KtYjtYFuGMI
It’s so easy to get discouraged in life as we live for God; but Jonathan brings us good news today – God is in the business of restoring us and setting us up for success. Discover what it means to experience God’s restoring grace and the part we can play in restoring others.
Jonathan speaks about the glory of living wholeheartedly for God – but it’s easy to simply get comfortable and miss out on all God wants to do through us on the journey. Are you prepared for God to shake you out of your comfort zone today, and step up to live fully for him?
We welcome back Jonathan Kent to stir us onward into Spirit filled radical Christian lives, as we discover what this looks like in Acts 2. Need to get shaken up and refreshed in your walk with God? Been too comfortable for too long? Let the Spirit move you afresh today as you listen. Acts 2. Jude 1.
Jonathan masterfully takes us through the bible right from the beginning, revealing God’s heart for a people who belong to him. As we catch this for ourselves we discover key hallmarks that show we are his people.
What our good friend Jonathan Kent shared with us on Sunday was about identity and how that related in the Apostle Peter’s life. Also that there are identity thieves out there that want to take away our identity and circumstances that shake your identity and also those who fake this identity. He reminded us to know who we are; that we God’s chosen people, that our identity has changed forever and we are to live fruitful and purposeful lives.
Jonathan Kent preaches about our walk, our call and our King. He explains how Paul urges us to stay in the lane and to walk well focused on Jesus. It is not about earning our salvation but displaying it. Walk, Our call, Our King, focused on Jesus,salvation
Ephesians is such a rich vein of truth that just keeps producing faith and encouragement. Jonathan so encouraged us on Sunday to see the good news is all the better for really knowing what the bad news is. Paul reminds the Ephesians that they were dead spiritual in their sins BUT that God had made them alive in Christ – ground shaking truth.
Today is your day of jubilee; your day of restoration. Jonathan Kent unfolds the amazing new reality we are now living in – as God’s spirit filled people. Today there is good news about God’s ‘jubilee’ in your life, the day that everything begins to change.
Today’s story needs no introduction. As welcome Jonathan Kent from St Helens we are challenged as to the stance we are taking as we face the Goliaths in our lives. This all comes down again to identity and who you truly are in God. What enemy is shouting across your personal valley today? It’s time to take it down – your God is fighting for you.
Sometimes what we hoped for from life seems a long way off, especially when things are going wrong. As Jonathan Kent takes us on a journey with a pair of discouraged disciples, we find that Jesus is much closer than we could have ever hoped or imagined.
Jonathan challenges us to stand in new confidence today. Reading from this fully loaded chapter of Hebrews, we are challenged not throw away our confidence in God and who we are in Christ. But what do we do when a crisis of confidence hits us? God has given us a way to keep close to Him and keep the fire burning bright…