Daniel 12:1-3 As Christians look ahead to a week of talks across the Wharf, Roger Carswell asks: ‘How can Christians share their faith?
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 why John the Baptist brought such good news.
variousWhat is baptism with the Spirit? Is it a second experience we should seek, or something that has already happened? And what is being filled with the Spirit? And how do the two relate together?
Luke 2:41-52 As Jesus goes missing in Jerusalem, his parents search frantically. Listen in as we see them find him and yet find someone even more important than the son they think they’ve lost.
variousSometimes people look back nostalgically to ‘the good old days’ – but as God’s people we have never had it so good as we do today. And it’s all to do with gift of the Spirit. But what exactly did the Old Testament promise about the Spirit that we now enjoy?
Luke 2:21-40 As Simeon sees the new born Jesus in the temple he cries out- ‘here is the light for revelation to the nations.’ Listen in as we see what Simeon meant then and what it means for us now.
Luke 18:9-14 我们社会崇尚高富帅。与亲友聊天时，不免会谈到从哪间学校毕业? 在哪工作? 交往对象? 赚多少钱?。。。我们好像多少都要挤出一点小成就才能得到认可。如果要有成就才能得到人的认可，不知我们有没有想过要有多少成就才能得到神的认可?
variousSometimes there is an unhelpful stereotype which divides Christians into those who are into the Word and those who are into the Spirit. What is the relationship between Word and Spirit? And how do we hear the voice of God today?
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.
variousThe path of the Christian life of freedom runs between the two ditches of legalism and licence. Only the Holy Spirit can keep us on track, as we are led by the Spirit and walk by the Spirit. But what does that mean, and how do we do it?