Sermons by Matt Dew-Jones (Page 7)

Making Partner: 2 of 7: Making Partner without losing it all

Philippians 1:12-26 The motto of the wharf could be summed up in 4 short words- Make Gain. Avoid Loss. But what does it really mean to Gain? How do we define Loss? How can Paul, the Christian leader, believe that he’s gained, even when- facing imprisonment and death- it looks like he’s lost? Listen in as Jesus redefines our understanding of gain.

Making Partner: 1 of 7: Making Partner and knowing what is the best

Philippians 1:1-11 There are so many things competing for our time- career, friends, family, smartphones and hobbies to name but a few. It easy to say ‘Don’t let the good be the enemy of the best’ but it’s much harder to do. Where should Jesus fit in our already hectic lives? Is ‘making partner’ with Christ even a good thing, let alone the best thing? Listen in as Paul persuades the Philippian Christians there is no better thing to do with our lives.

Making Partner: 2 of 7: Making Partner without losing it all

Philippians 1:12-26 The motto of the wharf could be summed up in 4 short words- Make Gain. Avoid Loss. But what does it really mean to Gain? How do we define Loss? How can Paul, the Christian leader, believe that he’s gained, even when- facing imprisonment and death- it looks like he’s lost? Listen in as Jesus redefines our understanding of gain.

Making Partner: 1 of 7: Making Partner and knowing what really matters

Philippians 1:1-11 There are so many things competing for our time – career, friends, family, smartphones and hobbies to name but a few. It’s easy to say ‘Don’t let the good be the enemy of the best’ but it’s much harder to do. Where should Jesus fit in our already hectic lives? Is ‘making partner’ with Christ even a good thing, let alone the best thing? Listen in as Paul persuades the Philippian Christians there is no better thing to do with our lives.

Living for eternity: 3 of 5: The Faithful Servant

Luke 12:35-48 Is making Jesus our master right? Is it worth it? How can we keep serving him when our hearts feel cold toward him? This passage shows us a Jesus who it’s not only right to serve, but who can be trusted as master. Jesus is the only master who always serves his people- now and into eternity. Whether you’ve been serving Jesus a long time, or weighing it up for yourself. This talk is for you.