Part 4. The statistics paint a picture: wars, poverty, crime, suicide, anxiety, pornography, addiction… the world is a dark place. But there is no contest. Jesus is the light, and light always expels the darkness.
Part 3. Most of us don’t like to think of ourselves as sheep. We prefer to think of ourselves as rugged, sovereign, independent, I-did-it-my-way individuals. But the lives we lead and the choices we make are suspiciously similar to everyone around us.
In Mark 2 Jesus is confronted by four men so eager to get their paralytic friend to him, that they take the roof off what was probably Jesus’ own home. It was bold, risky and expensive.
The message of the gospel is good news to all people everywhere. Jez highlights three different individuals in the book of Acts. All encounter Jesus in different ways, but all have the same basic need: to be set free.
Part 2. The gospel of John kicks off with some of the most profound and controversial words found in the whole of Scripture: “the Word became flesh and dwelt among us”.
Part 1. If you’re new to Christianity, you may not know much about what Christians believe and do, but one thing you probably do know is that Jesus Christ is at the centre.
Christians should be some of the most joy-filled people on the planet. As we head into 2019, don’t miss seeing what Jesus is doing.
Part 9. The final instalment of our series on the Nicene Creed looks at the last two lines, looking forward to resurrection life.
Part 8. Although there are so many different branches of Christianity, there is ultimately one universal Church, spread out across the entire globe. We are all united as followers of Jesus, giving our lives to him through one baptism.