Easter Message | There is good news! 14th April 2021 – Posted in: Sermon

Easter Message – There is good news!  But, with all that’s going on in the world today, you may well be wondering “How is there good news?”  Or perhaps “Where is the good news in the events of Easter today in the twenty-first century?” And my answer is this:  Because Jesus Christ came 2,000 years ago that we might receive some amazing things from Him.  For example, hope in place of suffering.  Also, forgiveness for…

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Four-minute sermon for lent 4th March 2020 – Posted in: Sermon

WHAT WILL YOU GIVE UP FOR LENT? Here we go then, my four-minute sermon for Lent… When I was young in the faith, I was led to believe that Lent is a time when we are expected to give something up.  Some of my Christian friends would proudly announce they were “fasting for lent”. In fact, I remember actually bragging about the fact that I once managed to give up eating crisps for 40 days! …

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The Word made Flesh 30th December 2019 – Posted in: Sermon

The Word made Flesh is way beyond our understanding.  In the same way, God is way beyond our understanding.  The Bible tells us He is awesome and unfathomable!  So, let’s stop trying to work Him out, and instead of ridiculing that which we do not understand in His Word, let’s work hard this New Year in becoming like a child and simply believe! (See Matthew 18:1-6) I read this beautiful word in my Gafcon daily…

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The good shepherd | Short teaching by Gafcon Archbishop 17th November 2019 – Posted in: Sermon

Gafcon Archbishop talks about the good shepherd, and how to imitate him if you are a bishop.  So, in just 5 minutes, General Secretary Archbishop Ben Kwashi explains to us what it means for a bishop to be a shepherd of the flock that God has entrusted to him (rather than a wolf). Moreover, Michele and I say “Thanks Ben for the timing,” just ahead of our new book launch, ‘Watchmen or Wolves… Demonic Takeover…

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