Glynn Phillips preaches on the need for Christians to increasingly live in contrast to the world around.
John 17:6-12 – As Jesus begins to pray for his disciples he says that they have come to believe 4 specific things about him. These form a fundamental part of Apostolic Christology.
John 17:1-5 – Praying for the coming events of the Easter Weekend and his Ascension, Jesus asks the Father to be glorified so he can commence his Kingly reign to bring glory to the Father. During the Son’s kingly reign until his return, the Father is chiefly glorified in the salvation of men and women.
Acts 2:1-12 – Pentecost begins the reverse of Babel, a restored humanity, reconciled to one another for God’s glory in the Church. This is worked out in the depth of our relationships and authentic community.
What do we bring with us into the Gospel Life? Nick Harding preaches from Philippians 3.
John 17:1-5 The fact that Christ prayed at the end of his farewell discourse teaches us valuable lessons about the importance and nature of prayer.
John 16:16-33 – After nearly 2000 years, what does it mean that Jesus is returning “shortly”?
John 16:23-27 – Jesus reiterates the fullness of Christian prayer. What does it mean to pray in Jesus’ name?
John 16:12-15 – How does the Holy Spirit guide the Church and how can we recognise his voice?
John 16:8-11 – The Holy Spirit continues the ministry of Christ in bringing conviction to the world regarding sin, righteousness and judgement. He does this though his powerful presence in the Church, witnessing to the life and truth of Christ in its midst.