Updated on March 30, 2018 by Eddie
We can’t condone what Judas did, but we can understand it.
Posted on March 8, 2017 by Eddie
Thoughts on love, lust and a positive vision for life, from the Sermon on the Mount.
Updated on June 14, 2016 by Eddie
There are two competing narratives which explain and describe life on earth; the problem is that Christians we forget which one they are living in!
Updated on January 15, 2015 by Eddie
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.
Updated on October 10, 2014 by Eddie
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 her family and friends. I’ve no doubt that the women of the village gathered round to help the strange girl who found herself giving birth a long way from home. That’s what happens in relational societies. When Jesus came into the world, he was a funny colour and if he didn’t start screaming immediately, a woman no-doubt smacked his bum to get his lungs working and some air flowing.
Posted on February 25, 2013 by Eddie
Here is my sermon from Christ Church Flackwell Heath on James 1:22-25. This post is more than a year old. It is quite possible that any links to other websites, pictures or media content will no longer be… Read More
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; Acts 8. For some… Read More
Posted on September 9, 2012 by Eddie
Here is my sermon from this morning’s service at Christ Church Flackwell Heath This post is more than a year old. It is quite possible that any links to other websites, pictures or media content will no longer… Read More
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 Africa,… Read More