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Jesus Meets Our True Needs
Written by Stephen Dancer   
Sunday, 21 June 2009 00:00

People are looking for transformation. They want change. Whether it is through big things, like cosmetic surgery or life coaching, or small things such as new clothes or new hairstyle. All these speak of wanting a transformation of some kind.

But there is a deeper need for transformation. 

When people came to Jesus in faith, they discovered the life-transforming power of the gospel. Only Jesus can bring this change. He gives it to anyone who will receive it, and there is more than enough to go round. 

You can find out more by listening to this sermon on Luke 9:10-17

 
Dependence on God and Living as Light
Written by Stephen Dancer   
Sunday, 31 May 2009 00:00

On 24th May we had one of our elders, Stephen Johnston, preach on Waiting on the Lord, where he taught from Psalm 130. It is a psalm for those who are suffering in the midst of any kind of trial. You can download the sermon from here.

 Last Sunday, Stephen Dancer resumed our studies in Ephesians where we are considering what it means to be God's new society. We considered being light in the midst of darkness from Ephesians 5:3-14. You canhear the sermonfrom here.

 
What does Christianity look like?
Written by Stephen Dancer   
Thursday, 21 May 2009 00:00

Since Easter-time we have been reading and thinking about the book of Ephesians in our Sunday morning services.

In the first half of the book, the Apostle Paul explains things that have been done for Christians through Christ and what they have become as new believers.

In the second half he moves on to how they should now live as new Christians. Doctrine is always practical!

You can find recordings of the sermons on the Sermon Archive page. 

 
Behold, Your King
Written by Stephen Dancer   
Sunday, 05 April 2009 00:00
The death of Jesus was unjust and brutal. Yet at the point where Jesus seems to be at his weakest, the Apostle John presents him as the exalted king, come to deal with the shame of mankind, through his death. How? Find out by listening to this sermon preached on 5th April 2009.
 
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