How do we remember? What do we remember? Why do we remember? And what do we do when we have remembered?
40,000 years ago people were thinking, believing and feeling like us in Europe. But what about elsewhere? New evidence has been found in Indonesia, which challenges some of what we thought we knew.
What do we value? What is important to us? It is Back to Church Sunday today, so we were thinking about the things that we treasure, and any regrets that we have.
The Fruit of the Spirit are an important part of our discipleship. We are all called to seek to grow all of them, which is always a challenge! To help us to think about what this means we had a sermon series on the fruit of the Spirit. This is the sermon series outline, which…
What is wholeness? What does it look like? The answer to that depends on your eschatology! (On what you think happens at the end of time) It depends on what you think God’s ultimate purpose is and what he is planning to do with his creation.
What does love actually look like? How do we show our love, for God and for each other? It’s easier for us to see that (and a lack of love!) in other people, but this is an encouragement to think about putting our love into action.
The Trinity is always a hard subject to preach about and think about, but one that’s at the heart of our faith! So, it’s something that we need to spend time thinking about and letting shape us. This is a sermon that I preached on the Trinity a month or so ago.
How do we respond to the tragedy of the First World War and the bravery shown by so many people? How can we remember properly? What should we be remembering anyway? As many people did across the country, we gathered in church to remember the ‘lights going out’ at 11pm on 4th August, the time…