What does being pure in heart mean? What does that look like? And how will we see God if we are pure in heart? My sermon on Jesus’ promise from the Sermon on the Mount.
Jesus promises “blessed are those who mourn” but what does that mean? This talk looks at this beatitude.
What is our identity? What difference does that make to our lives? And how does a change in our understanding of our identity make a difference?
Christmas! How do you help people to engage with a familiar story in a way that is enjoyable and meaningful? This was my attempt from our Christmas Celebration service on Christmas morning.
What do we remember? To remember is to seek to be a hope-giver and a peace-maker.
What does the prophet Habakkuk have to tell us about fairness and justice and how we can speak to God? And how can we follow Habakkuk’s example? This sermon explores these questions.
What does practical giving look like? What does having faith to serve our society look like? How can we get involved? Why should we get involved? My sermon looks at how Paul and Isaiah answer these questions.
“Love one another” says Jesus. But what is love? How can we love one another? This was my sermon on the different types of love and how that makes a difference to us.
What do you do when Easter day and April Fool’s day coincide? We thought about the foolishness of God, and what the grime star Stormzy can teach us…
What does good news look like when there’s so much fake news around? What about the links between our own news, fake news and good news?
What do you want to say thank you for? What does giving thanks look like? What difference would it make?
What does freedom look like? What are we saved from and what are we saved for? And what difference does that make to our lives and our attitudes?
What is salvation? What do we want to be saved from? And what do we need to be saved from? And what does our fascination with superheroes tell us about all of this?
What was the Fall? Why is it something that we should think about? What relevance does it still has as part of a Christian understanding of the world?
How do we best think about God? What does it mean that ‘God is love’? How does that challenge us to act?