Sermons by Dave Frodsham
The foundation of the Christian faith is the historical record of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. As a Christian we can know the theory that Jesus was raised from the dead, but how does Jesus’ resurrection really affect our daily lives?
How are you at hearing? Hearing from other people and hearing from God? It’s easy to run through the day without really engaging with that happening around us or what God’s doing around us. So how do we make sure we’re really engaging with the world and with God?
As we kick off our series on the book of James, Dave shares how the difficulties we go through as we walk with and trust God will lead to good things as we press on with Jesus day by day. What are you going through at the moment? Start here with one step. Trust Jesus.
How can we turn up the brightness of God’s kingdom working in and through our lives? Dave takes us on a journey this morning to discover what ‘Kingdom brightness’ looks like in our lives, reflecting on what it looked like for Jesus and therefore how we can walk the same path he did as a church and as individuals.
Continuing our series on Making Disciples Dave challenges us to see the vital part we play in God’s plans, and how important it is that we stayed tuned in to his voice and take clear steps to do what he says. What steps are you taking for God today?
Making disciples means living out this amazing gospel (good news) that God has placed inside us. God is inviting us to partner with him in changing the world around us, are we willing to step out in courage?
As we start this new year we discover a key in the life of Joseph that will bring us true success, the kind of success only God can bring. But what does this look like in a life which trusts in Jesus?
We need light in this dark world, and we have it! As Dave unpacks the words Isaiah the prophet, spoken hundreds of years before Jesus came, we see that Jesus is the light that transforms the darkness. Isaiah 9:1-7
Remembering and responding to what Jesus has done for us is a key part of the Christian life. Keeping Jesus at the centre of all we do is vital, this is why Jesus introduced the principle of breaking bread together. Dave unpacks the powerful meaning behind this and invites us to responds the Jesus afresh. Take a moment to take communion yourself or with someone else, today – put Jesus at the centre again.
Being a disciple of Jesus means we care about every aspect of our lives, now that our lives belong to God. What is God showing you today about an area of your life you need to start new healthy habits with His help?
As we continue our series on Making Disciples Dave reveals what the bible really says about you. Are you a sinner or a saint? The answer to that questions changes the next steps of your life. Find out today who you really are.
God speaks! Boom – things start changing. We know that the voice of God is powerful so we need to know His living Word, the Bible, in order to walk closely with God, and know His power working in and through our lives.
As we continue our series on Making Disciple Dave get our attention on PRAYER! Here are your keys to moving forward with your daily connection to God…
Series – Making Disciples – Receiving the Holy Spirit. John 20:21–23 You need to Holy Spirit every day to live life with God, it’s not an optional extra, it’s central to living life for Jesus.
Do you have the key building block in place for being a disciple of Jesus? Find out what these are and how to step forward in your calling in Jesus. Dave is preaching from Matthew 28:19-20.
Series: Making Disciples. What are the key ingredients to being a disciple of Jesus? Dave uses the powerful verse from John 15 to show us the heart of what Jesus is telling us about following him today.