The readings before this talk were Romans 3:9-12, 17-26 and Matthew 22:34-40. Lis uses a personal example of how she experienced undeserved grace in a number of ways last week. Key to our restoration (salvation) is an acknowledgement of our personal sin and of the unmerited grace that God offers us in Jesus.
Liz continues the series in the life of a disciple with the help of Hebrews 12:1-13 and Luke 4:1-13, speaking about discipline and the desert experiences.
Let’s not get confused by the bread, fake news or alternative ‘facts’. What has this encounter between Jesus and the religious hi-brow got to teach us today?
Liz speaks from Isaiah 11:1-10, Matthew 17:10-13 and the impact of an encounter on the streets of Cambridge about what equality looks like, prophetic voices and the hope of a new king.
The text for Liz Pinnock’s sermon were: James 5:13-18 and John 14:5-14 This is the eighth in a series on prayer. Supplication – a cry for help, for yourself, for others and for the world. Balancing the purpose of petitionary prayer -your kingdom come’ and to align our hearts with God – ‘your will be […]
Liz Pinnock speaks about the power of Jesus’ actions and that his avoidance of ‘the demonstration’, as confrontation, was not a placid response but in the end more powerful.
It’s very important to remember that the word we translate as ‘Worship’ is a verb – a doing word. Church is a designated bowing zone.
Liz Pinnock explores the second stanza of our mission statement with more of what it means to keep our focus.