Week 1 from our Tuesday night Bible school looking at where the Bible came from, how it was put together, and common questions and objections surrounding the text.
The Pursuit of God, part 2. The things we own can end up owning us. But when we learn to let go of the need to own and possess, we can enjoy everything as a free gift of grace.
God of All Things, part 4. To be human is to be created from the dust of the earth, to be sown in weakness and perishable. But those who follow Jesus will be raised imperishable, resurrected in the image of … Continue reading “God of All Things: Dust”
Incomparable, part 2. If God, at any moment, decided to stop actively sustaining the Universe, or us, it would be over. We would all turn to dust.
The Forgotten Arts, part 10. Submission can often be seen as a dirty word, but there’s real beauty, strength and freedom to be found in its practice, which was modelled perfectly by Jesus.
Love Came Down, part 2. We worship a God who first came to us as an unborn baby, in the most humble and vulnerable way, to poor parents from an obscure background. All of this is to magnify his glory.
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 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.
Easter Sunday is the pinnacle of the Christian faith. It’s where hopelessness and despair got flipped upside down and the impossible thing happened: when Jesus resurrected from death, and triumphed over the grave.