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.
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.
Part 7. The third person of the trinity is often the hardest to relate to. It’s easy to understand the Father, and the Son, because these roles are very normal to us. But we can easily think of the Spirit as some sort of force … Continue reading “The Holy Spirit, the Giver of Life”
Part 1. What beliefs lie at the very core of the Christian faith? They dictate our entire understanding of life, suffering, meaning and purpose. They shape every area of our lives. Through this series we explore the Nicene Creed: a 1700 year old statement of … Continue reading “We Believe”
Special guest Tope Koleoso joined us for the final of our thirty days of prayer. Tope has been the lead Pastor for Jubilee Church London since 2005, having joined a church planting team in 1995 that planted Jubilee in North London.
Jez caught up with Terry Virgo to chat about the dynamics of prayer in his own life and in the growth of Newfrontiers: a worldwide family of churches, now serving over 1500 churches across 70 countries.
Part 4. Terry Virgo is the founder of Newfrontiers, a worldwide family of churches, serving over 1500 churches across 70 countries. Focusing on 1 Kings 18, Terry looks at the story of Elijah: an ordinary man just like us, but one who prayed.