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Running from God (Jonah 1:1-16)Michael Bochenski18th June 201713,730 Kb
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The first sermon in a series preaching through the book of Jonah. We explore the ways in which we run from God, as Jonah did.
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Transformed by Christ (Philippians 2:12-30)Michael Bochenski18th June 201712,131 Kb
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J-O-Y. Jesus first, Yourself last, and Others in between. That is God's vision of our priorities and is also what constitutes true friendship.
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Standing Together in Christ (Philippians 1:27-2:11)Michael Bochenski11th June 201718,629 Kb
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Only by standing together in the power of the Spirit we can be a community living in a manner worthy of the gospel.
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Living in Christ (Philippians 1:12-26)Peter den Haan4th June 201714,040 Kb
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Working off what Paul shares about his own circumstances and how the gospel is advanced in them, we reflect on what Christian living looks like.
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Confidence in Christ (Philippians 1:1-11)Peter den Haan28th May 201721,622 Kb
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The Manchester concert bombing happened this week, and brought home what happens elswhere daily - in this same week, a bus full of Coptic Christians was killed in Egypt. In a world such as this, how can we live with confidence in Christ?
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Confident Christian living (Daniel 1)Peter den Haan28th May 201718,421 Kb
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The Christian faith is a marginal interest for most people today. To God's people, our society is in many respects a foreign country. How do we live faithfully? We get some clues from Daniel and his companions' faithfulness in Babylon.
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He Has Risen! (Mark 16:1-8)Michael Bochenski21st May 201717,689 Kb
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Wrapping up our journey through Mark, we remind ourselves of everything that happened and end by reflecting on the resurrection.
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The Lord worked with them (Mark 16:9-20)Michael Bochenski21st May 201717,394 Kb
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We finish our sermon series with the long ending of Mark.
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The centurion's confession (Mark 15:33-47)Peter den Haan14th May 201715,377 Kb
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When the centurion heard his cry and saw how he died, he said, 'Surely this man was the Son of God!' Why was a pagan professional killer the first person to make this confession? And what does this mean for our own lives?
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Transforming Church, Transforming LivesGraham Ridgway14th May 201715,602 Kb
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An all age worship service thinking about transformation, including the transformation God brings about. The audio combines a number of mini-talks. We read Luke 19:1-10, Romans 12:1-21, and Matthew 5:13-16.
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Jesus or Barrabas? (Mark 15:1-20)Michael Bochenski7th May 20178,656 Kb
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'Whom would you release,' the crowed was asked. 'Jesus or Barabbas?' We would all like to think we would have made the right choice, but would we? It is a choice we face every day.
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Why the Cross (Mark 15:21-32)Michael Bochenski7th May 201716,910 Kb
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Mark's account of Jesus' crucifixion prompts us to remind ourselves why Jesus had to suffer and die, and what the cross means to us. We explore some of the images used in scripture to capture what happened on the cross.
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Betrayed (Mark 14:55-65)Michael Bochenski30th April 201714,247 Kb
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The betrayal of Jesus Christ continues. The Good Shepherd suffers for the sheep. What does it mean to be true for Christ?
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Disowned (Mark 14:66-72)Michael Bochenski30th April 201718,534 Kb
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Jesus sees through our betrayal, our hypocrisy, our attempts to be good - including Simon Peter's, who disowns Jesus three times. Yet God lifts us up from our failures.
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Abandoned (Mark 14:43-54)Peter den Haan23rd April 201712,922 Kb
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Jesus' disciples did not just abandon their Lord when he was arrested: Mark subtly makes clear they abandoned their discipleship. Yet after Good Friday and Easter Sunday, they were restored, redeemed, forgiven, and empowered. That grace and power is still alive with us today.
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Your will, not mine (Mark 14:32-42)Peter den Haan23rd April 201718,422 Kb
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Jesus' agonising prayer in Gethsemane ends: but your will, not mine. He puts the Father in the driving seat of events. What does that look like for us?
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The Father's 'Yes' (Mark 14:12-31)Peter den Haan16th April 201714,431 Kb
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Mark's account of the Lord's Supper underlines that Jesus went to the cross not for those who are worthy of his sacrifice, but for those who are not. Those among us who struggle to enter into the new life Jesus purchased for us need to hear the 'Yes' spoken by the Father in the resurrection, and still spoken today.
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Why do I believe? (Matt 28:1-10)Michael Bochenski16th April 20176,245 Kb
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Why do I believe? Michael outlines four reasons and calls us all to follow Jesus as Saviour and Lord.
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