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  • Jesus And A Touch Of Faith Series

    Contributed by David Hughes on Mar 17, 2008
    based on 7 ratings

    In this sermon I looked at the account of the haemorrhaging woman’s encounter with Jesus and considered its significance for the Church today.

    JESUS AND A TOUCH OF FAITH (Luke 8:40-56) INTRODUCTION _ KEITH I had just started preaching one Sunday morning when I saw someone come into the church through the doors at the back. The man sat down in the back pew, right next to one of our most welcoming ladies, so I knew he’d be well more

  • Never In A Month Of Sundays Series

    Contributed by David Hughes on Mar 17, 2008
    based on 4 ratings

    In this message I consider what Sabbath meant to First Century Jews, how the first followers of Christ regarded Sabbath, and the implications for today’s Church.

    NEVER IN A MONTH OF SUNDAYS How do you spend your Sundays? Oh, I know that you usually come to church in the morning – that’s not in question. But what else do you do on Sundays, on the Sabbath? Perhaps, you go out for a family walk; or, wash the car; or, go shopping; or, maybe even go out to more

  • Wake Up, O Sleeper!

    Contributed by David Hughes on Jul 27, 2004
    based on 16 ratings

    As we look at the events in the Garden of Gethsemane on the eve of Christ’s crucifixion, I ask "Is the twenty-first century Church asleep?" A sermon to stir the church to pray.

    ’WAKE UP, O SLEEPER!’ INTRO: I want to begin this morning with a quote: "At a certain meeting of ministers and church officers, one after another doubted the value of prayer meetings; all confessed that they had a very small attendance, and several acknowledged without the slightest more

  • Prompted By Faith. Series

    Contributed by David Hughes on Feb 3, 2004
    based on 11 ratings

    Nehemiah’s strong faith in God prompts him to take the steps needed to make the Jerusalem re-building project a reality. This sermon explores the significance of faith when facing a difficult mission.

    How strong is your faith? Is it firm enough to resist hardship? Is it robust enough to overcome fear? Will it stand up to the tests of doubt? Last week, we saw that Nehemiah was a man of great faith: the cupbearer to Artaxerxes, the King of Persia, he was devastated by the news that Jerusalem more

  • Laying The Foundation In Prayer Series

    Contributed by David Hughes on Jan 26, 2004
    based on 11 ratings

    How should we respond to the knocks we receive in life? What is the key to building the Church and Christian character? Answer: prayer! We look at the Nehemiah approach.

    "Building the church, building Christian character" - Nehemiah 1 [Minister stands right up front with ’lollipop’ microphone in news reporter style] "It has been described as one of the great tragedies and scandals of our time. The once proud city of Jerusalem still lies in ruins more than more

  • What Would Jesus Do ... About Enemies

    Contributed by David Hughes on Feb 10, 2003
    based on 78 ratings

    This sermon aims to help Christian teenagers (and adults) consider how they might respond to people who apparently take a disliking to them.

    WHAT WOULD JESUS DO ... about enemies? I wonder if you have ever had, or even have now, someone who just doesn’t seem to like you and who would apparently do anything to get at you? We probably don’t want to have enemies, but they’re there anyway, so what do we do about them? Well, first, ask more

  • What Would Jesus Do ... About Temptation Series

    Contributed by David Hughes on Feb 4, 2003
    based on 285 ratings

    This sermon seeks to encourage teenagers (and, indeed, adults) to consider ’What Would Jesus Do’ when they are faced with temptation.

    WHAT WOULD JESUS DO ... about temptation? Do you wear one of these Christian bracelets which have become quite popular over the last ten years, or so? You can get so many different ones with different acronyms on them, words in which each letter stands for something else: so, for instance, FROG more