Various The Lord of the Rings is a story about power and the corrupting nature of power. All of us feel the magnetic pull of power on our hearts. How can we get power under control? And how can we experience more of God’s power in our lives?
Some think religion creates more problems than it solves. Join St Peter’s Barge’s guest service as Roger Carswell speaks.
As Northern Irish paramilitary, Billy was jailed for murder, but has since become a Christian pastor. In this interview and talk we’ll hear what he’s come to believe about forgiveness and the power to change.
Roger Carswell tackles this important and often painful question. If God is all-powerful and all-good, how can he allow suffering?
Yvonne works in the Wharf and came to trust Jesus while recovering from alcoholism at the Priory. In this interview and talk we’ll hear how Christianity brought satisfaction when nothing else could.
Jeremy is a recently retired High Court Judge who presided over a number of high profile cases, including the 2007 royal blackmail plot, the trial of Roshonara Choudhry for stabbing Stephen Timms MP and the 2011 Pakistan cricket spot-fixing scandal. In this interview and talk we’ll hear how he came to be persuaded of the evidence for Christianity and the impact on his life.
Simon is Chief Executive of Fixed Income at M&G investments. In this interview and talk, we’ll hear why Simon has chosen to invest in Christianity and the difference it makes to his working life.
Romans 8:1-27Joost van der Westhuizen was a household name in international rugby. He was a committed Christian, but in 2009 his life began to unravel. He became embroiled in a sex-tape and cocaine scandal. Two years later he was diagnosed with motor neurone disease. He died last month aged just 45. His story highlights two struggles that everyone faces – the struggle with sin and the struggle with suffering. Where can we turn for help?
Luke 4:14-30 Most are very slow to ask for help from others. Yet in this passage Jesus says the people he’s come to help are those who know their helpless and turn to him for help.
1 Corinthians 12-13Being a football supporter and a church member may on the surface seem pretty similar. You have a common interest, you pay some money to go and watch once a week, you stand and sing, and some people get very passionate about it. But church members are more than supporters. They are part of the body of Christ.