The Evening Service presents “The Prodigal God” — a five-week series based on the book “The Prodigal God” by New York Times bestselling author, Timothy Keller. It explores the radical prodigal love of God as described by Jesus in the parable of the prodigal son recorded in Luke 15. Luke 15 begins with the religious […]
Portraits of Jesus is a 3 week series capturing snapshots of the life of Jesus and the significance he has for the present: 15 January – “Jesus the Magician” 22 January – “Jesus the Seer” 29 January – “Jesus the Revolutionary” Join us at The Evening Service where we will take a look at the […]
This is the third sermon in our six-part sermon series entitled Inside the Lion's Den. We've been looking at what it means to live faithfully as a Christian in a world that doesn't seem to follow God's agenda.
In this talk we we answer the question How do you stand in the face of opposition to God as we take a look at Daniel chapter 3's account of Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego in the fiery furnace.
In this talk we tackle Daniel chapter 2. This is the second installment of our six-week study in the book of Daniel.
Part of Daniel's value for us is the insight it gives for life in a world that doesn't seem to follow God's agenda. Chapter 1 began to address the question of how you follow God in adverse circumstances. Chapter 2 goes further back and addresses the question behind that - is it even worth following God at all?
This week we consider Daniel's presentation of God as revealer and ruler as we engage with that question in the light of the text.
This sermon takes a look at Daniel chapter 1 and is the first of a six-part series in the book of Daniel.
We've entitled this series Inside The Lion's Den with reference to what is probably the most well-known story in the book as we hear the story of Daniel again and hear what it teaches us about living in an environment where Christian values and norms are not the values and norms of the surrounding culture.
Daniel chapter 1 sets the scene and shows us that there are three things we need to know if we want to live well for God in our own context. We need to know where we live, how to live where we live, and why we live how we live where we live.