Sermons by Marcus Nodder (Page 20)

Two ways to live: – the Cross (Sunday)

1 Peter 3:18 What do the following have in common – an anchor, a dove, a shepherd, a fish, a lamb, a ship, a cross? They were all used as symbols of the Christian faith in the early Church. The cross became the central one – but why? And isn’t it about time we gave the Church a makeover and swapped all the crosses for fish or dove symbols?

Giving Day – Sunday

1 Chronicles 28:1-18 Do you long to do something with your life that will make a difference in the world? Do you ever day-dream about giving up your job and going off to do something more useful? But right here and now each of us can already make a big difference in the world, using the one thing we have in abundance that 90% of the world’s population don’t have.

Giving Day – Lunchtime talk

1 Chronicles 29:1-18Do you long to do something with your life that will make a difference in the world? Do you ever day-dream about giving up your job and going off to do something more useful? But right here and now each of us can already make a big difference in the world, using the one thing we have in abundance that 90% of the world’s population don’t have. Do join us at the lunchtime talks this week to find out more.

Christmas 2015

Luke 2:22-39 In 2013 the 77-year-long wait for a British Wimbledon men’s champion came to an end, and joy and relief swept the country. Now that Jesus has come, the centuries-long wait for the Saviour is over. It’s party-time for our world!

Christmas Day 2015

Luke 1:26-38 After the horrific shootings in San Bernadino, California, a newspaper headline said, ‘God is not fixing this’. It’s hard to deny that the world is in a mess. But Christmas tells us God is at work to fix things – in the most remarkable way.