Isaiah 6:1-13Isaiah’s vision of the Holy One of Israel is a stark contrast to the pocket-sized God of many Christians today. It is only when we see God as he really is that start to see ourselves as we really are.
Psalm 7A five-year old boy is battered to death by his mum’s boyfriend for losing his shoe in a London park. A falsely accused Christian woman is on death row in Pakistan. Injustice is a big problem in our world. What hope is there? Does God care?
Luke 7:36-8v3 Extravagance is all around us – skyscrapers, supercars, sumptuous food. But who or what should we show extravagance toward and what should get left with the scraps? Listen in as a surprising source gives us the model to follow.
Psalm 6The Sunday School song goes “If you’re happy and you know it, clap your hands”. But what if you’re not happy, and you know it? Then what? That is when we need the psalms of lament.
Luke 7:18-35 Life can leave us feeling: ‘it isn’t supposed to be like this.’ In response, people turn to the next promotion, the next relationship, the next gadget or the next box set. Listen in as someone turns to Jesus and says: ‘is it really supposed to be like this?’
Phil 2:5-18 Listen in as Glen Scrivener talks to Christians in the Wharf about why they would want to be ‘outgoing’ with their faith as they follow their ‘outgoing’ God.
Colossians 3:22-4:1What is the point of work? How can we do our work for the glory of God? What freedom do we have legally to share our Christian faith at work? Interview and sermon by Richard Godden, senior partner at Linklater’s law firm.
Money Bill and Melinda Gates have helped found ‘The Giving Pledge’, encouraging billionaires to give half their wealth away and to ‘give more, give sooner and give smarter.’ In our better moments humans sense we were created to give. Listen in as we think this through and see Christians have been re-created to give too.
2 Timothy 4:1-18 The Christian life is a long-distance race. It is a fierce battle against the world, the flesh and the devil. How can we sure we’ll make it to heaven?
Money We tend to think making money is the hard part and that spending it is much easier! But we also know there are lots of competing demands on our finite resources. Listen in as we think through how Jesus would have us achieve balance between all those good options.