Part 2. Love is the beating heart of the Christian life—not just a vague, abstract concept—but a real love for Jesus.
Part 1. Love is at the absolute centre of everything we do as Christians. Dave Holden, who heads up our New Ground family of churches, shares four foundations of love.
Part 6. Hebrews 12 tells us that “For the joy set before him he endured the cross”. Jesus took joy from the future to persevere through the present. As followers of Jesus we can imitate him in this.
Part 5. What does life look like after death? What does resurrection look like, and what will our bodies look like? Jesus says “I am the resurrection and the life. The one who believes in me will live, even though … Continue reading “Raised Imperishable: Heavenly Bodies”
Part 4. If the resurrection of Jesus could be proved untrue, life loses all meaning and the Christian faith falls apart. If there is no God, there is no moral code, and we should simply pursue ease and comfort, and … Continue reading “Why Bother with Morality?”
Part 3. Through Adam death has came to us all, but through Christ, all things will be made alive. Resurrection will come to all those who choose Jesus, who are found ‘in Christ’.
Part 2. The whole of Christianity hinges on one moment in history which, if proved untrue, would cause the entire religion to come crashing down. But if true, it’s significance is of infinite importance to each one of us.
Part 1. 1 Corinthians 15 helps us to process life through the lens of the gospel. It asks us to consider what our hope is beyond the grave.
In Scripture, names reflect the character and history of a person. When the Psalmist says, “how majestic is your name,” he means that God’s essence, being, character and identity is unthinkably excellent and glorious.