Luke 10:17-24 Great turnarounds make us sit up and take notice – Steve Jobs turning round Apple, Liverpool coming back to win the Champions League. Listen in as we see the great reversals Jesus works – turning defeat to victory and making fools of the wise.
2 Corinthians 4:1-6 Listen in as Rico Tice answers the question – ‘Why should I tell others?’ This talk launched with Christians the ‘Questions for Life’ week (1-5th April). In it Rico speaks passionately on this subject and urges us to remember and marvel at the truth of the gospel.
Luke 10:1-16 Being a country’s ambassador is a position of great honour and responsibility, as they’re called to carry their country’s messages and embody their country’s values. Listen in as Jesus calls us to be ambassadors for his kingdom.
Colossians 3:22-4:6 Work takes up a big portion of our lives, but what is the point? Where does regular work fit into God’s purposes? If we were really keen would we all be going into fulltime paid gospel ministry? In this talk we consider the five ‘G’s of a biblical perspective on work!
John 10:7-10Some people accuse Christianity of being restrictive. With its demands about what you must believe and how you must behave, they see it as taking away your freedom. But Jesus sees following him as the way to true freedom. He is the door – to salvation and to abundant life.
Does religion cause more harm than good? Secular thinkers like Jordan Peterson argue Christianity is useful, while others like Susan Blackmore argue we should rid ourselves of it. But what would Jesus say? And how can we move beyond points about what is useful, toward what is truly truthful? Listen in to find out more.
Luke 9:51-62 We tend to respect the Mo Farah’s of this world for what they achieve through sacrifice. We can feel energized as we sacrifice to achieve our goals. But what or who is actually worth the sacrifice? Listen in as Jesus teaches us about sacrifice.
Daniel 3:19-30If it hasn’t happened to us already then it’s very likely to be just a matter of time before we experience painful, seemingly pointless, tragedy. When this happens the question: “Where is God when life hurts?” becomes not just a philosophical question but a real and practical one. Listen in as we consider what anchors we need to put in place before the storm hits.
Genesis 1:1-27 Sitting next to a stranger on the train, you can only know him if he speaks and reveals himself to you. So with God. He has revealed himself clearly in his Word. Genesis chapter 1 is our first encounter.
2 John If a junior needs negative feedback, it can feel kinder to just leave it. No-one likes to hear they’re failing, right? But if it were the other way round, wouldn’t you want to know so you could change? How can we speak with both truth and love? Shouldn’t Christians be a bit more malleable with some biblical truth, so they can be that bit more loving?