The Jesus Who Rose Again

Dead people stay dead. But if one person didn't actually stay dead, then the whole world is a different place to the one we think we are living in. ...

Jesus Who Was Born

Jesus wasn’t born in a nice unit in a modern hospital. He was born in a fairly primitive building, perhaps lit by smoky oil lamps. His mother was an unmarried teenage girl, in a town far away from h...

Don’t Just Listen

Here is my sermon from Christ Church Flackwell Heath on James 1:22-25. http://docs-eu.livesiteadmin.com/bb27e7ce-476d-483c-9e11-8d54267c87ad/20130224.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duratio...

Belonging to the World Church

I recently had the pleasure of preaching at Portswood Church in Southampton for their world mission Sunday. We looked at a passage to which I seem to be returning with great regularity, these days; Ac...

Running the Race of Faith

Here is my sermon from this morning’s service at Christ Church Flackwell Heath http://docs-eu.livesiteadmin.com/bb27e7ce-476d-483c-9e11-8d54267c87ad/20120909.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Dow...

Barnabas

This is a sermon I preached at Chinnor Congregational Church at a service celebrating the work of my colleague Ann Long. Ann was the Wycliffe administrator who took care of Sue and I before we went to...

Where Was God?

Yesterday morning, I found myself facing something of a dilemma. I was due to preach at Christ Church Flackwell Heath (the church we attend, when we aren’t speaking elsewhere), on Mission Throug...

What I did on Sunday

From time to time, I have the privilege of spending time with a church community who are commissioning people to go off around the world to work with Wycliffe Bible Translators. Last Sunday, was just ...

Working Together: Why We Should Do It

This is the third in a series of three talks (in French) on working across organizational boundaries. They were originally given at a seminar planning for Bible Translation in Burkina Faso. http://www...