None of us likes being wrong. But grief at our wrongdoings can be the catalyst for healing and growth.
We come to the Bible with all sorts of questions. How can something written 2000 years ago have anything to say to us today? What about miracles? Hasn't the Bible been used to justify all kinds of evils? This talk looks a reasons to trust the Bible and how to read it.
How can we find renewed hope during the pandemic and grow personally and as a church? In this second of our Vision check in, we look at leadership of the self and leading others.
The current crisis is an opportunity for spiritual renewal. God gives us hope in Jesus and a path through suffering in the present.
What is the significance of St George's church, especially in an age when we've outgrown God? A sermon for the public reopening of St George's.
In his novel The Plague, Albert Camus says that our common human experience is one of suffering and exile longing for love. Through Jesus' reconciling work on the cross, God brings us exiles home.
What is your experience of life in your body like? Bodily life can be frustrating, even agonising. Jesus gives us bodily hope for the future and a path for the present in our bodies.
What is our purpose as human beings? How can you change and grow to be the person God made you to be?