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.
Luke 4:1-13 The problem with temptation is…it can be very tempting. Listen in as we Jesus face temptation and bring good news- he resists where we give in and brings us power to change.
various Many see Christianity as the enemy of freedom, because it insists there is right and wrong belief and behaviour. By contrast Jesus says that he has come to set us free. But in what way is the Christian life one of freedom?
Luke 3:21-36 The list of names in Jesus’ genealogy strikes many as boring and irrelevant. Listen in as we see how God uses it to excite us about Jesus and how every Old Testament story casts Jesus’ shadow.
Luke 7:11-17Until May 2016 Jeremy Marshall was CEO of C Hoare & Co, Britain’s oldest Bank, but he now has terminal cancer. In this interview and talk he speaks about the difference Jesus has made to his life and the difference as he faces death.
VariousYou can’t make sense of a spoon with a hole in the middle, unless you understand what it’s for – for olives. And so with sex. What is the point of sex? And what happens when we ignore the Maker’s instructions?
Philippians 3:1-16 Do you think you’re a Perfectionist? Or maybe someone close to you is? Some studies say that around 80% of gifted people are, so in London you’re not alone! We’ll be thinking through what Perfectionism is, where it leads us, and what hope there is in the Gospel for Perfectionists.
Luke 3:1-20 Some say we’ve had a lot of bad news recently, but that Christianity’s news isn’t any better. Listen in as Luke shows us the truly good news of a gospel that isn’t fake, arrogant or spineless.
VariousMoney is a wonderful servant but a terrible master. What is a good gift from God can easily become a god that destroys us. Which is it in our lives? How do we know? And how do we change?
Luke 1:39-56 It’s fair to say we’re often better at spotting pride in others than we are in ourselves. What does God say about pride and it’s opposite humility? What does that mean for a culture increasingly less interested in treating humility as a virtue? Listen in to Mary’s song as we meet the very humble and the very proud and see how God responds to both.