This sermon was preached at King’s Church Kingston and is based on Mark 9:14-29.
This is the twelveth chapter in a series of short interviews which I recorded with my son Simon, looking at the seventeen values that have helped to shape my ministry over the years. ‘A church who is fully involved in […]
Jesus commanded the Apostles to go and make disciples. They instinctively went and planted churches. Church life is the key to discipleship and creates an alternative culture where heavenly values can be formed on earth.
In what could be his best book so far, Philip Greenslade has given us a treasure of a volume sharply focused on Jesus, with particular reference to his Sermon on the Mount and words from the cross.
When you know that God has initiated a relationship, you can also expect His help. You do not have to make the disciple over-dependent on you. You become a fellow labourer with God in producing another disciple of the Lord Jesus.
Certainly Moses made sure that the Israelites understood the law of God, but he had more than that to pass on. Resting upon this national leader was a gift, an anointing from the Holy Spirit, and God wanted that anointing to rest on Moses’ successor.
Relay racing must be among the most exciting of all the competitive sports. I love watching the runners hurtling around the track, slapping the baton into the hand of the next man, panting with exhaustion but straining to see if their team will finally win.
Thirty-one interactive Bible studies, each including a short commentary, scriptures for reflection, discovery questions and a personal application section. A valuable resource for new Christians wishing to build a firm foundation for their faith.