Sermons on Discipleship
In this message we look at the incident recorded in Luke 13: 31-35, where Jesus is encouraged by some Pharisees to ‘get out of town’ because Herod apparently wanted to kill him. But Jesus stood firm, resolute, determined to do what he was ordained to do. What about us?
Commissioned…every member a minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. The church gathered is also to be the church scattered. This message was prepared for the commissioning of the leadership team, but, having previously noted that every member is called to ministry, this message engages the whole church in considering their calling. The passage under-girding the message is Romans 12: 1-18.
Do we see the Lazarus at our gate or do we ignore him as did the rich man?
A story about a man praised for his cunning? Well, yes, but no…
Barn builder or Kingdom builder… rich towards God or selfish?
Graham encourages us in our life of discipleship.
Cultivating an attitude of gratitude is important for personal and community well-being.
Up close and personal – what is your response to an encounter with Jesus?
A sinful woman lavishes her affection on Jesus, and receives forgiveness.
We meet a young man who had a possession obsession which prevented him from following Jesus.
A woman bent over for eighteen years is ‘unbound’ by Jesus.
The story of the healing of the blind man is more about insight than sight.