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Why There Needs To Be A Christmas Story
Written by Stephen Dancer   
Monday, 07 December 2009 00:00

Often in a movie or a book, if you don't get the beginning of the story then you can feel a little lost later on. "Why did she do that? What's the significance of that scene?" Sometimes you can pick it up as you go along, but often you simply miss the point.

The same could be said of the Bible. Miss the start of the Bible's account, and you don't get the rest of it. Miss the root problem of mankind and you miss the reason why there is a Christmas story at all.

This sermon goes to the root of the problem and sees how God has taken the initiative right at the start in setting about salvation. 

Five Lessons on Mission
Written by Stephen Dancer   
Tuesday, 27 October 2009 00:00

From Luke 9:51 onwards, Jesus sets his face towards Jerusalem. He knows the time for his death is approaching. Luke helps us keep focussed, not on the journey itself, but on the teaching Jesus gives to his disciples on the way.

In this passage Jesus teaches us about the mission that the disciples, and in turn we, are to be engaged in. Hear the sermon here

They Have Turned the World Upside Down
Written by Stephen Dancer   
Tuesday, 06 October 2009 00:00

Solihull Presbyterian Church has been worshipping together for four years now. An observer might reasonably ask, "What do you think you are trying to do?"

The answer, of course, is found in the gospel of Jesus Christ. And the news about Jesus changed the world.

To find out more, listen to the sermon preached at our 4th Anniversary service, "They have Turned the World Upside Down" from Acts 17:1-9.

Submission to One Another
Written by Stephen Dancer   
Sunday, 21 June 2009 00:00

The Apostle Paul instructs Christians to "be filled with the Spirit" (Ephesians 5:18). What becomes clear as one reads on is that submission "to one another out of reverence for Christ" (5:21) is an essential outworking of that ongoing filling. This filling is practical.

What does this submisison look like? Paul focuses on three  areas: husbands and wives, parents and children, and masters and slaves. You can listen to the sermons here, or download them from here.  

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