Sermons on Evangelism
As we look at the arrival of the Holy Spirit in Acts 2, it’s clear that living boldly for God is only possible if you are filled with the Holy Spirit. As Dave unpacks this truth; discover how God wants to fill you today – right now, and set you up for a life filled with the ‘suddenly’ of God.
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.
How far will God go to save lives? According to these parables Jesus tell us that the shepherd searches until He finds that which is lost. As we look at these stories of searching, we see how God works in a variety of ways to bring home His lost; and He is wonderfully working through us to reach people in amazing ways everyday.
Dr Dwight Prior said “The people with least knowledge usually have the strongest opinions”…What’s more important you, getting your opinion across or find out about the person’s life? Richard brings us wisdom from Ecclesiastes, showing that our thoughts and beliefs are important to get straight as we share with others.
Continuing our connecting series Dave and Michael look at the importance of home groups and 24/7 community in the Christian life. We look at the three key questions: What does it look like to part of a healthy body? Why be part of small group? & What can I expect from home groups at Jubilee? Find out more about Jubilee home groups….. Contact a home group to get involved…..
We were great encouraged to have Mark with us in 2014, the talk is now online in video or audio format, so if you missed Mark’s Saturday evening session check it out. We want to hear from God and be tuned into His voice for every day of our lives, and He loves to speak to us. But how do we do this with all the other voices that clamour for our attention? Mark unfolds what is mean to walk closely with…
This week we share two amazing stories of God’s grace working in Michael and Peter’s lives. Can God turn anyone round? Wherever we are, no matter where we’ve been, God can reach us…
What shall I do to inherit eternal life? In answer to this question Dave unfolds how we are to go above and beyond what the world would say is enough…how far then should we go in being a Good Samaritan? The standard God is looking for is a complete change of heart from the inside out, so our response to the needs of this world come out of His love that he has placed within us. Loving your neighbour? First know…
Jesus said there was nothing wrong with the harvest but there just isn’t enough labourers to bring it in. Dave looks at Jesus sending out the 72 to heal the sick and declare the kingdom of God is near. We are powerfully challenged to consider what is our response to the call and the authority we have clearly been given?
Dave continues in Luke 9 as the 12 Apostles are sent out. Jesus message of good news being deployed and healing delivered. He is concerned not just with the soul but with the body too and when they seek rest and time together the crowds gather and he teaches them gladly. When the disciples ask Him to send them away for food he tells them to give them something to eat. We too are called to deploy the message, deliver…
Are you a planner? Do you like to have everything going like clockwork? Or maybe you just go with the flow. Either way when our plans are interrupted it’s hard to know what to do. What if, like Jesus, you see exactly what God is doing in every interruption and are expecting His power to move? Find out what it means to be tuned into God this way and live in this amazing power.
Dave Frodsham continues our series looking at Luke. This week we examine the parable of the sower. Are you scattering seed? What sort of soil are you? Are you hearing the word of God and producing fruit?
How do you deal with people you come across? Are you able to receive everyone you meet as Jesus did? Dave unfolds this beautiful story in Luke revealing how our hearts can be changed to others, as we get hold of God’s amazing love. We want to be a church open to receive everyone, no matter who they are.
Jesus is calling us from where we are to where He wants us to be. What does His call on our lives actually mean though? And what do we actually need to do about it? Dave opens this up to us as we look further into the book of Luke. Jesus calls His first disciples; turning their worlds upside down. Is His call on your life turning your world upside down too?
As we now look at our own lives in this last session, Steve opens up more from the book of Ephesians, showing us what it means to walk in the fullness of all Gods has for us in Christ in our varied life situations.