1 John 3:1-3 Peter develops what it means that we are children of God in the series in First John. Our experience of our earthly father may make a stumbling block to accept God as a father. As people we need to ask the Holy Spirit to reveal the truth about God’s nature to us. […]
The recording starts in the middle of a scene setting illustration about the naivety of trading unwisely what is of true value for that which is attractive to the eyes but worthless. In 1 John 2:15-17 John ‘sits down’ to engage his reader in where they place their love.
Allen takes the Feast of Tabernacles on our ‘Harvest and Giving Sunday’ and links this with 1 John 3:16-18. He links Israel’s story and the Feast of Tabernacles with our lived experience of harvest time 60 years ago, encouraging an attitude of thanks-giving, reflecting on what we take for granted in the West today, in […]
Continuing the series from 1 John 1:8-2:6. Human failure to acknowledge our sinfulness is a failure to recognise both our nature, as those who are created, our Creator. God has provided the means by which we may be restored in his image. The outcome of that restoration is to live our lives (walk) reflecting the […]
Peter Cunliffe continues with the series in 1 John 1:5-57 and 2:7-11.
Peter Cunliffe also begins the series in 1 John at the Wednesday Communion service expounding 1 John 1:1-4
Living in Christ. Liz starts our terms’ series in 1 John beginning with the important dimension of fellowship that Believers are to have with one another.
After a general introduction Tim explores Psalm 1.
Barnaby Monteiro (Associate Minister of Christ Church Harpenden) speaks from Ephesians 6:1-8 about Christian parenting (5th May 2019).
Time and again it looked like Theo’s life was about to end…only for God to provide a miraculous escape. Today God is using Theo to bring transformation to Burundi. Theo shares some of his story told in his biography ‘My Country Wept’ and published by Authentic (4th November 2018).