In this series we explore the idea that the world is a cosmic battlefield and we are behind enemy lines, but as civilians but as soldiers. The reality of principalities and powers resisting the reign and rule of God is not some primitive superstition but the Biblical view of the way the world works. How can we not only survive, but thrive in this hostile environment? In this talk we look at God the Warrior who is on our side.
Christians don’t agree about everything. The appointment of a new female Curate is not something everyone agrees with so we explore what it means to disagree well. In this talk I look at differing interpretations of the Bible.
Jesus says the Old Testament is all about him. In this series we encounter Jesus on the pages of the Old Testament. In this talk we meet Jesus in the Law.
In this third concluding part of our Vision Series we explore what Nehemiah has to say to us as the church today.
This talk is part of a series called ‘Summer of Love’ exploring the first epistle of John. In this talk we look at John’s definition of love which is derives from the sacrifice of Jesus on the cross.
In this talk I explore the impact of Facebook on our identity as it offers us control and approval.
We’re really excited about this series at St Paul’s Shadwell. It’s exposed an area of our lives most of us have not really thought about. The whole team is feeling hugely convicted by it all! Do have a listen to each sermon in the series and let us know what you think. In this talk called ‘iShare’ I look at the impact of digital communication on our need to know and be known and to love and be loved.
In the fifth sermon in our series on the prayers of St Paul, we look at Ephesians 1:15-23 where Paul prays for more of God so the Ephesians can know God more.
In this third sermon exploring the prayers of St Paul we look at the one thing that Paul’s prayer for the Colossians. We all want to know God’s will for our lives. Paul is confident is knows what that will is and prays consistently that the Colossians will know what it is too.
This is the first sermon of our latest series at SPS called On Your Knees, exploring the prayers of St Paul. In this talk I consider how Paul was able to continually pray for the churches he planted, arguing it was because he knew who to pray to and what to pray for.