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Dave Frodsham: Authentic Relationships Part 1

Dave Frodsham preaches on Mark 12:28-34, on the subject of authentic relationships. What is the most important thing we need to do as a Christian?

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Denise Griffiths: Outrageous Truths

Denise Griffiths: Outrageous Truths

Denise on the importance of believing God’s outrageous truths about ourselves, instead of listening to  outrageous lies like “I can’t do that”, “I’m not good enough”, “I can’t stop worrying” or “God won’t use me”.

Dave Frodsham: Identity in our calling

Dave Frodsham: Identity in our calling

Dave begins a series on Identity Confirmed through the lens of the gospel, beginning with identity in our calling. In “Identity in our calling”, Dave looks at 1 Corinthians 1:1-9 and covers how we are called to fellowship with Jesus and to sanctification, and how God’s call creates faith.

Vernon Martin: Mission Possible 2

Vernon Martin: Mission Possible 2

Vernon Martin of Jubilee Church Wirral on Isaiah 6: 1-8. Vernon looks into how worship and mission work together and our roles as Christians.

Dave Frodsham: Mission Possible

Dave Frodsham: Mission Possible

Dave preaches on the importance of obeying God and how our Biblical mission requires commitment and love. What was Jesus’ mission? Why is the Spirit of the Lord on you? What is the mission of the church?


Ginny Burgin on Hearing from God

Ginny Burgin on Hearing from God

Ginny Burgin on how God speaks to us in many different ways – through His word, through Jesus, through His creation, through the wisdom of others and through His spirit.

Dave Frodsham: Why are we here?

Dave Frodsham: Why are we here?

Dave Frodsham of Jubilee Church Wirral on mission. What is Biblical mission? What was Jesus’ mission and why is it so important to follow God’s plans for us?

Graham Webb: Joshua 2

Graham Webb: Joshua 2

Graham Webb of Jubilee Church Liverpool on Joshua 2: How God saved the Gentile prostitute Rahab and made her a part of the line of Jesus. He doesn’t leave her as a sinner – but makes her a saint.