When Jesus said, ‘Love one another as I have loved you’ he surely wasn’t calling us to be nice, tolerant and politically correct. So what was he calling us to? What kind of people was he calling us to be? As we look at 1 Cor 13 this morning what Paul gives us is a definition of love but have we lost the depth of what Paul is saying in these verses because we have become so familiar with them? Has biblical been stripped of its grittiness – what do you think? Post a comment – let us know your thoughts.
Who is the Holy Spirit
- Matt and Clare Hooper
3rd Jan 2021
As we start a new year it is a great pleasure to have with us again Matt & Clare Hooper. This morning they will be looking at the person and work of the Holy Spirit and the importance of His presence in our lives.
The life of Paul as a tentmaker in Corinth
- Mansell Morgan
17th Jan 2021
This morning, an introduction to some of the themes we will be looking at in the coming months leading up to Easter and then a brief look at the life of Paul as a tentmaker in Corinth. And thinking about Paul here’s a question you might want to ponder (and comment upon), ‘Why do you think Paul chose to work as a tentmaker?’ Was he not entitled to gain a living from the gospel?’
What part does the cross play in your life?
- Mansell Morgan
24th Jan 2021
In the midst of the in-fighting, power-plays and immorality at Corinth Paul makes this resolution, ‘To know nothing while he was with them except Jesus Christ and him crucified.’ Paul knew that for many the preaching of the cross was foolishness. But he also knew that only through the preaching of the cross would lives and ultimately society be changed and transformed. So, what part does the cross play in your life?