We’re in a series called “I Am”, in which we’re getting to know more about who Jesus was by looking at the claims he made about himself in John’s gospel. Jesus claimed that he was “the bread of life” – what does that mean?
Did you enjoy your pancakes on Tuesday? That’s the annual clue that Lent is here – the season of preparation for Easter. We’re starting a new teaching series for Lent, looking at the “I am” sayings of Jesus. Today, we’re reading the account of a distinctly out-of-the-ordinary meeting between Jesus and a Samaritan woman, when [ more… ]
Visiting speaker Andrew Bramhall speaks about the “2:10” verses which remind us of who Jesus is.
Luke 9:51 begins the central section of the book, and hinges around a critical decision by Jesus to go to Jerusalem. That choice was about far more than just the next stop on his itinerary – it was Jesus setting his priorities and sticking to them. What are the implications of that choice for us?
Today’s passage from Luke’s account of the life of Jesus isn’t one that would appear on many people’s “favourite stories” list – so why did Luke spend nine verses telling us about what happened when Jesus sent out the 12 disciples?
We’re in a series looking at the reports of a doctor called Luke into the life and times of Jesus Christ – we know it better today as “Luke’s Gospel”. Today we’re at Luke 8, where an anxious father is hoping that Jesus will come to see his dangerously sick daughter.