• Alex Huggett

    Contributing sermons since May 26, 2007
Alex's church

Bentley Baptist Church
Bentley, WA 6069

About Alex
  • Education: MA (Min) Grad Dip Min BTheol
  • Experience: 2 years missionary service 20+ years pastoral ministry
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  • No Other God

    Contributed on Apr 11, 2022

    When we add to or distract from the Gospel, we rob God

    NOT A REAL CHRISTIAN Have you ever had someone tell you that you’re not really a Christian or not saved? Maybe because, they said, you don’t belong to the right church or you celebrate the wrong holidays or whatever. When I was returning from the mission field, I had the good fortune of sitting more

  • God's Prayer Agenda (Pt 2)

    Contributed on Mar 14, 2022

    The second part of the prayer moves from ‘You’ — God — to ‘us’ and our more earthly concerns.

    Last week we began looking at God’s agenda for prayer through the lens of the Lord’s Prayer. We saw that according to our recent survey a lot of us are struggling with prayer. Many of us don’t pray at all and quite a number only pray two or three times a week. I suggested that part of our more

  • God's Prayer Agenda (Pt 1)

    Contributed on Mar 14, 2022

    When we understand God’s agenda for prayer our prayer life will be enriched.

    In our recent Discipleship Survey it was exciting to see that a majority of us here at BBC pray at least once per week. Some of you are pretty spiritual - over 40% pray at least 4 days a week! But looking at this chart it also appears that a bunch of people still struggle with prayer. A quarter more

  • Getting Inside Society Without Letting Society Get Inside Of You

    Contributed on Nov 12, 2007
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    How can we infiltrate our culture without letting it’s values infiltrate us? Daniel and his friends faced this issue...

    One of the questions thoughtful Christians often ask when we’re trying to live incarnationally – putting flesh on the gospel – is how far should we go in accommodating ourselves to our culture? What’s OK for a Christian to do and what’s not when we’re trying to reach people where we are? For more

  • God Prepares Those He Calls

    Contributed on Nov 12, 2007
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    Moses serves as an example of how God prepares us for the task he’s calling us to.

    We’re talking about being backyard missionaries - people who are touching others with the love of God in our every day lives. Last week we talked about this being incarnational mission, and if you missed that you can listen to it on the web, just visit our church website for directions. A few more

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