Podcasts

 
"The Benefits Of Faith" by Simon Longworth-Riggs - Have you ever felt as though the faith that God requires is a bit of a risky venture, it can seem a bit too demanding, maybe a bit uncomfortable or restrictive to live according to God's ways? In this message Simon Longworth-Riggs looks at who is really taking the risks in our faith relationship with God, is it actually us? And how that works out ultimately in our favour.
(This podcast includes praise and worship.)
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"The Provocation Of Grace" by Pastor Charles Fleming - a very powerful and challenging message in regard to just how provocative grace can be. Have you ever considered how many times in scripture God does amazing things and then is rejected? How often do we in our cultures in the UK end up rejecting the grace of God? We often only look at certain aspects of grace and then miss the rest, how often do we realise that grace can be very provocative, and it can be very challenging?
(This podcast includes praise and worship.)
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"Lockdown Not Lockout!" by Glyn Clark - Have you ever realised that the bible has within its pages one of the first 'lockdowns' ever recorded in human history, the story of Noah and the flood? In this message Glyn explores the parallels between what Noah experienced and our experience of the COVID-19 lockdown, can we learn anything for our lives today from such an ancient event? Listen on to find out.
(This podcast includes praise and worship.)
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"Grace Received, Grace Given" by Pastor Charles Fleming - Continuing the series, 'The Genesis of Grace' the book of Genesis records that a famine overtook the whole of the known world, we also live in a world where there seems to be a great famine of goodness and kindness. Sometimes we can mistakenly think that God's grace and kindness is specially reserved just for those who already belong to Him, we can easily forget that in His kindness He sought us out by His grace while we were sinners. God pours His riches into our lives so that we can provide and pour out His provision and grace into the famished lives of those in the world around us.
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"May His Holy Spirit Rush Upon You" by Pastor Charles Fleming - On the day of Pentecost the Holy Spirit was poured out to empower the Church to take the good news of Jesus Christ to the world. Sometimes due to the trials and tribulations of life we forget what we are empowered by the Holy Spirit to do. Celebrating the day of Pentecost is a reminder of our mission.
(This podcast includes praise and worship.)
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"God Has Room For Failures" by Nigel Turner - Continuing our series, The Genesis of Grace. This message contrasts the amazingly successful life choices of Joseph with his brother Judah, who made a lot of unrighteous decisions in life.
But whose lineage did God choose for Jesus to descend from, the person who knew power and success and who was at the helm of the world super-power of his day, or the brother who struggled with righteousness and who failed to make godly choices?
If you ever feel that you're less than successful in life then this is a great message for you.
(This podcast includes praise and worship.)
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"His Kindness Is Assured (Pt 2)" by Pastor Charles Fleming - Continuing our series the Genesis of Grace with the second part of the message, 'His Kindness Is Assured'. When we think of the vastness of the universe and the fact that God created it for us to inhabit, He wanted us to have somewhere to live that constantly communicates to us His divine power and nature, and that then He came as one of us and walked on the earth, Jesus revealing the Father's involvement and intimacy, His desire for relationship with each one of us. It's His kindness that will always lead us to Him.
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"His Kindness Is Assured" by Pastor Charles Fleming - How is God's kindness assured during a time such as the Coronavirus lockdown? A time that has so many various challenges and difficulties, but also unexpected opportunities and blessings, such a mixed bag! For some of us it's as Dickens said in his novel A Tale Of Two Cities, it's 'the best of times,' and sadly for some it's 'the worst of times', and for many us it's a mixture of both! In this message the kindness of God is revealed and what our response to it should be. This is a message in its season. To view this message in video format click on the Facebook icon at the top of the Home page, it will take you to the Church Facebook page.
"Grace That Overlooks" by Nigel Clark - it's easy when we're living under pressure like we are at the moment with the Cover-19 lockdown to feel hemmed in and start to be especially aware of our shortcomings, our failings, our weaknesses. In this message Nigel Clark gives us God's very gracious perspective toward us even in our lowest state, and how His desire is to lift us up and to strengthen us, all we have to do is look to Him. There is a few minutes of worship before the preaching starts.
"Desired By The King" by Simon Longworth-Riggs - During the Covid-19 lockdown we still have life choices to make, even though they are very different ones to the everyday choices that we're used to making, in fact it could be argued that this time offers us the opportunity to make choices of real consequence which could have a remarkable impact on the rest of our lives. Will we continue to make the choices that show that we understand that the King of Heaven desires us not as His subjects but as His followers and friends, will we commit ourselves to hearing Him, considering His ways, submitting to Him, consenting to Him and putting our relationship with Him first and foremost so that we emerge from this time with a wholly refreshed and deepened relationship with Him? To view this message in video format please go to the menu at the top of the page and select the Podcast option where you will find a link to view the video or click on the Facebook icon and go to Posts on the menu bar.