Summary: We’re called not as servants, but as friends of Christ to bear much fruit to the glory of God. To do that we’ll need to be firmly grafted into the life of Christ and the life of his Church; we’ll need to be committed to obeying him in everything we do.
Summary: Friends Jesus does not want to see you end up on the burn pile of unfruitful unjoyful human beings. Jesus wants you and I to remain in Him for only in Him will we find the kind of Joy to sustain us through this life which can sometimes be a vale of tears.
Summary: We live in an age when most are not receptive to the Gospel. Many believers lack confidence in their ability to share their faith. How do we gain confidence to be an effective disciple and witness? The answer is in Christ alone.
Summary: Sometime change in our, and our churches, Christian perspective is so slow that we fail to recognize what is happening. It is like the drip-by-drip change, which Nazi ideology brought to Germany.
Summary: Jesus gives the last of the "I AM" statements in John and explains the relationship of the True Vine and true believers. He explains the principle of abiding in Christ in order to produce God-glorifying fruit.
Summary: Previously, we learned that to love and be loved is life’s greatest gift. Love is divine because God is love. Love is from God. Also, we learned that God is the originator of love; love was God’s idea.
Summary: This sermon is an advent sermon that talks of getting to know the Jesus we are preparing for I finished with a clip of derek Redmonds 400 metre fat the 1992 Olympics at Barcelona. You should be able to find it very powerful.
Summary: A reflection on war and how we should give thanks for the sacrifice of others who have given their lives for our peace and reflecting on the Ultimate Sacrifice made by Jesus on the Cross. There is a short resume on the life of Nurse Edith Cavell.