Following Tim Keller’s metaphor we explore how we can weave ourselves into the fabric of torn and broken communities to bring spiritual, physical, psychological and social wholeness.
Is the mission of the church preaching the Gospel or doing Social Justice? Is that a false dichotomy? We attempt to settle the argument.
We come to the Bible with all sorts of questions. How can something written 2000 years ago have anything to say to us today? What about miracles? Hasn't the Bible been used to justify all kinds of evils? This talk looks a reasons to trust the Bible and how to read it.
Using stories, our own and others', to share the gospel - a key into other cultures, particularly our post-modern culture. Looking for redemptive analogies.
Does God tempt us? Why the different translations - lead us not into temptation or save us from the time of trial? How do we deal with the trials life brings?
How can we forgive? Should we always forgive? What about justice? We explore this challenging prayer.
How do we face an uncertain future? Jesus teaches us in this prayer.
What does it look like to live an authentic life? Jesus' shows us how in his prayer in Gethsemane, "Not my will but yours be done".
In many ways Coronavirus has put our hopes under a microscope: both our personal hopes and our hopes for the world around us. This week we're looking at the petition, Your Kingdom Come. How might this prayer shape our hopes and what we do in the present?
Who is the one we turn to when we pray?