Lansdowne midweek Bible Study 10 November 2020 – 2 Peter 1:5-15

This is the Bible study that I shared with the church last Tuesday (so published here a few days late). The text underneath the video is the notes that I shared with the church and includes some suggestions for prayer at the bottom (mainly from a UK perspective). Introduction How do we know that we … More Lansdowne midweek Bible Study 10 November 2020 – 2 Peter 1:5-15

Psalms series message 8: Psalm 5v8-12 – Why and how we pray in a broken world – straight paths – 4 October 2020

This is the second part of the message on Psalm 5. I found this part of the psalm especially challenging as David prayed, not simply for safety but for godliness. The video is below, followed by the notes distributed to those without internet. Introduction We’re picking up from where we finished last week. The first … More Psalms series message 8: Psalm 5v8-12 – Why and how we pray in a broken world – straight paths – 4 October 2020

Daily Devotional for 20 August 2020 – Titus 3v1-2 – Godly citizens and godly neighbours

Titus 3:1-2 God’s transforming grace affects all of life.  To be a Christian is not about being religious and attending church once each week.  Have a look at these two verses: “Be submissive to the rulers and authorities.”  That’s talking about our attitude to government, that we respect our leaders (even if we disagree with them) … More Daily Devotional for 20 August 2020 – Titus 3v1-2 – Godly citizens and godly neighbours

Daily Devotional for 15 August 2020 – Titus 2v10

Titus 2:10 Why does God call us to “self-controlled, upright and godly lives” (Titus 2:12, yesterday’s verse)? One reason is found in the previous verses, summarised by verse 10: “…so that in everything [you] may adorn the doctrine of our God and Saviour.” The “doctrine (or teaching) of our God and Saviour” is the gospel. … More Daily Devotional for 15 August 2020 – Titus 2v10