This text is as well known and overused as Footprints. But it is powerful when understood in the context of God's love for his church.
This past weekend, I had the immense privilege of preaching twice at The Call Conference in Pretoria for my good friend Rory Dyer. It was a very special time and I am always so grateful and humbled that people would trust me enough to share at these sorts of things. On Friday night I spoke... Continue Reading →
Some time ago I wrote about some of the reasons that we were beginning to pursue a preaching team strategy at BBC. You can find that article here. It got a fairly significant and diverse response from right across the world. The responses mixed from applause to cynicism, but behind all of those responses lay a... Continue Reading →
In week 20 of our study in 1 Corinthians, we have a look at Paul's powerful description of the ordinance of communion. What is this sacred meal? What benefit does it have for believers? How best should we prepare for it and live as a result of it? Messy Grace - Part 20 - Blog... Continue Reading →
In week 1 we looked at how the church in Corinth got its start, and how that encourages us today to persevere in the work of making disciples and planting churches.
In this sermon series we are taking time to examine a theology of joy, happiness and contentment in the life of the Christian. Why does Paul command us to rejoice? What are we supposed to rejoice in or about? How can our faith bring about a genuine gladness in God regardless of what we might... Continue Reading →