Sermons on Change
Chris shares a message about courage from 1 Samuel 14 regarding Jonathan and his armour bearer. He emphasises the importance of courage individually and corporately as a church and discusses the vision of the church that God is beginning to reveal to us – not just a local church, but an apostolic hub where people are saved, healed, trained, commissioned and sent out; a place of encountering the presence of God and a place with connections throughout the wirral. Main…
Matthew shares with us his powerful story of how he found Jesus, and reveals how God wins over our hearts with His great love, and challenges us to step into this new life ourselves.
Rob Davey (Jubilee Church Solihull) brings us a powerful message of how God is going to take us beyond simply waiting for something to happen, taking us on to taking action and seeing God move as we do.
Alison reminds us today that our identity is found in God not in what we think about ourselves or what others say about us. God has given us all that we need to do the things he has asked us to do and he makes us sufficient and strong when we are trusting him.
It’s good to remember where we have come from but even better to remember who you are now. Dave continues our adventure through Ephesians with a impacting message of how God takes what we were and brings us into something more amazing than we could have ever imagined.
We react to news in many different ways – news can be amazing or very troubling. Here as we come to the completion of our journey through the book of Luke; we find the disciples are troubled and doubting what’s going on, they hadn’t realised just what an amazing thing was unfolding. Jesus appears and speaks straight into their fear – as He speaks straight into yours today. Fear and confusion is turned into confidence, worship and renewed lives.
We all experience burnout at some point in our journey of life and today we look at a man who really knew what that meant. Elijah, the bible says, was a man just like you and me; so when we see how God’s grace worked for him in his burnout and disappointment, we can see how God wants to refresh and recommission you today.
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.
As we share in celebrating all that God has done and all that He will do, it fits perfectly to draw these wonderful keys from Luke. Jesus shows how thankfulness and gratitude towards God changes your thinking, your heart and your life. Let us be so grateful to God for His abundant love in our lives, that we live for Him in everything we do.
God has loved you even before you were even born. In fact His love can transform and renew the whole direction of your life. As Dave shares about the amazing love of God available through Christ, he tells us of a Father who gives us miraculous peace despite our circumstances, and works through the family of God to see all his plans for us fulfilled as our lives truly change.