Sermons by Dave Frodsham
Dave Frodsham of Jubilee Church Wirral on James 5:12-20, Church in the everyday: Speaking authentically, being a community of grace and being a praying church.
(James 5) Dave Frodsham of Jubilee Church Wirral on showing patience in difficult times, and how God is always at work, preparing ground for us and working on us, even when we can’t see it.
(Psalm 103: 1-19) Dave Frodsham of Jubilee Church Wirral on Psalm 103 and how God’s compassion made a way to forgive all our sin and iniquities, to heal all our diseases, and deliver us from the sentence of death. The passage says God knows that we are short-lived in terms of eternity comparing us to the grass in the field but that His love for us as Father is beyond anything we can comprehend or calculate.
(James 4:13-17) Dave Frodsham of Jubilee Church Wirral preaches on James 4: 13-17. In this passage, James rebukes those who don’t give God the opportunity to change our plans, instead boasting about what they are going to do. We should be boasting in what God has done and not arrogantly making plans of how we are going to succeed.
(James 3:1-11) Dave Frodsham looks at the power of the tongue, and how it can be used to praise God and encourage others. But the tongue can also be dangerous, so we need to control it, and have faith in God to help us do that.
(James 2:1-13) We look at what it means to love each other as Jesus commanded. What does this look like in our lives and in our church community? And why does the sin of favoritism cause so much harm to unity with others in our lives?
What does the word religion make you think of? It may have many connotations for you, but what does it mean in the bible? Dave speaks from James about what the true meaning of religion is, and how it is a calling on our lives to live this way.
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.