Jesus lived in desperate times. Life was hard. He was about to be betrayed, tortured and killed. With that in mind he gave a new command. To run for the hills? Nope. This sermon explores John 13:31-38.
Love. It can change things. A lot of things. Bonhoeffer wrote: “Love asks nothing in return, but seeks those who need it.” The command to
Evangelism is sharing the good news about Jesus. But it can be challenging (and intimidating). Will Han is a Buddhist monk-turned Christian, church-planter and missionary. He has a serious and self-sacrificial approach which flows from his own experience of Christ’s love. This podcast is a talk (and interview) with Rev. Han.
In this podcast episode, I respond to a question at Westminster Church’s Q & A Forum: “Is the world getting more argumentative? Thoughts from a biblical perspective?”
Jesus calls us to a high ethnical standard. But what about when we fail? Along with the very serious “blessings and woes,” that’s what this sermon explores. It is based on Luke 6:17-36.
In many ways, our world feels like a tinderbox right now—and easily flammable. The COVID-19 pandemic—and all of it’s accompanying stress and stain—has pushed many
Jesus’ instruction to “love your neighbour” persists in a pandemic. Here are 6 practical ways to do so.
A lot of people struggle with their purpose in life. This message explores 2 biblical texts for an answer in a down-to-earth and applicable way. Oh, and it will make you more content too!