Be wise in the way you act toward outsiders; make the most of every opportunity. Let your conversation be always full of grace, seasoned with salt, so that you may know how to answer everyone. (Colossians 4:5-6) Be very careful, then, how you live—not as…

This morning we are going to think about a very important question. What happens when we die? It’s a question many people spend a lot of time thinking about and many other people try hard to avoid thinking about. What happens when we die? Three…

Can we trust the Bible? Sometimes people who are not Christians will say, “You can’t believe the Bible.” “It was all made up by the disciples.” “Jesus never existed.” As Christians, what can we say? What answers can we give? Can we trust the Bible?…

Over lunch we spent a quarter of an hour each talking around our tables about of these questions. 1. Each talk for 1-2 minutes about something which you are passionate about (beware of the spaniels!!!) 2. Share for with your friends 1-2 minutes what is…

We live in a multi-faith, multicultural, consumer society, “Tesco ergo Sum, I shop therefore I am” (Graham Cray) where everyone demands freedom of choice and satisfaction guaranteed. In this Post-Modern supermarket of beliefs, “the preacher can become another dodgy salesperson almost certainly out to con…

As part of our sermon series Prepared To Answer we are thinking about the language we use when we talk to our friends, neighbours and colleagues about Jesus. Sometimes when Christians talk about Jesus we use “the language of Zion”, words and phrases and pictures…

• Hands up if you have friends or neighbours or colleagues who are not Christians? • Hands up if you find it easy to talk to your friends and neighbours and colleagues about Jesus? • Hands up if you find it hard to talk to…