This page shows the various messages, in audio or video format, for the last few months.
Please look in the Audio / Video Archive for Thematic Preaching Series, Bible Studies Series and the messages from visiting speakers.
This is the first part in a new series that looks at what the Bible, and in particular the New Testament actually says about allowing women in ministry and church leadership positions.
This is a vitally important subject and unfortunately is a divisive issue in some church circles. Traditionally the established church has treated women as second class citizens and has refused them to speak, preach or lead in church. Many have claimed that is what the Bible, and in particular the apostle Paul, has taught. But is that right?
The purpose of this study is to examine afresh what the Bible actually says and to show that:
1). Restrictions upon women fully participating in church life is against the spirit of the whole of the New Testament.
2). Those passages supposedly forbidding women ministering, do not do so, but are addressing specific problems in specific cultural environments.
3). The New Testament authorises and gives examples of women fulfilling a call to ministry and leadership.
In this session we continue in Luke chapter 12.
Jesus teaches about prayer in a couple of parables. He then argues with those who attribute His power to heal and deliver people, to Beelzebub, the ruler of the demons.
For eighteen months the world is gripped by the spread of Coronavirus. Perhaps there are numerous factors, physical and spiritual, that aligned to bring this plague upon us? What does the Bible says about events such as this?
Jesus’ disciples ask Him to teach them to pray. He responds by sharing what he now call the Lord’s Prayer.
In this message we look at each of the short statements that make up this prayer.
Jesus shared the Parable of the Ten Young Women to illustrate how being unprepared, could result in eternal loss and regret, when Jesus returns.
His return will be a sudden and dramatic event, which He states will be a like a thief in the night. Jesus will return suddenly and steal away all the people who are His.
A constant theme of the New Testament is the Second coming of the Lord Jesus. Scripture warns us to be prepared for Jesus sudden and violent return. This message looks at five occasions in the Book of Revelation, where Jesus tells us to “Behold” because He is coming quickly.
When discussing loving your neighbour, a lawyer asked Jesus who was his neighbour. In reply Jesus shared the Parable of the Good Samaritan.
In this session we finish off Luke chapter nine and begin chapter ten.
Three men are confronted by the cost of discipleship. after this Jesus sent out seventy disciples on their first mission trip. These men came back rejoicing in what they experienced.
In this session we look at the how to minister deliverance to people. What are the prerequisites? How do we prepare for the ministry session? What should the person pray and declare? How do we perform the deliverance?
The gospels and the Book of Acts clearly describe people that were afflicted by evil spirits, and that these unclean spirits were cast out by Jesus and his disciples. What does the New Testament teach us about demonology? How can a person come under the influence of a demon? Can a follower of Jesus be affected by or bound by evil spirits?