Sermons on Philippians

Mission Partner Sunday

Philippians 1:12-18 Nelson Mandela was in prison for 27 years, yet had a powerful impact even from there because of the power of proximity. Proximity is something the apostle Paul made the most of as well for the advance of the gospel – and we can too, in our workplaces and neighbourhoods. (This talk is by Musa, one of the Barge Mission Partners, who pastors a church in Soweto).

Making Partner: 7 of 7: How can I get stability in my faith?

Philippians 4:1-23 Instability is about being wobbly, insecure, shaky, impermanent. By contrast stability – to be steadfast, anchored, secure, solid as a rock, enduring, established – is very attractive, whether the stability is financial, relational, emotional, or political. But spiritual stability is not just attractive but essential. How can we stand firm spiritually?