Jamie Finlay opens up the topic of God the Father, looking into what it is to be a good, loving father, how the God of the Bible is indeed that kind of father, and what that means for us! [From an unbiased (intern) view, Jamie took much inspiration from his time spent in discussion with the Impact interns back in November of 2018.]
In this standalone message, falling between the autumn #AskGod series and the City Christmas Carol Services, Andy gives a brief but powerful insight into Psalm 121, encouraging us to look towards God in our times of trouble and need!
In the final sermon of the #AskGod series, Andy Cottingham looks into the crucially important topic of what God asks of us. Using Micah 6:8 and drawing from various sermons in the #AskGod series, Andy really hits home with what it means to follow God, and how to lead our lives in a way that represents God's own heart!
Do you have to throw your brain out of the window to be a Christian? Adrian Holloway argues not and explains that Christianity offers the answer to the reason why we have a fine-tuned universe to live in.
The #AskGod series continues with Jamie Finlay delving into the topic of heaven and hell. Whether you've spent hours pondering the issue or have given it no thought whatsoever, this is well worth listening to!
Have you ever asked yourself the question, if there is a God, how can he allow so much suffering? Ben shares his thoughts from a Biblical point of view and how we can learn to live with the knowledge that God is good but suffering also exists.
Looking into Matthew 25, Lex Loizides discusses how the church can love those in need. We also hear Lex and his wife Jo share how their church, Jubilee Community Church Cape Town, has done this in practical ways.
Our new teaching series begins as we explore the big questions of life. Lex starts with the question. "Is there more to life than this?" by sharing his story. Feel free to ask your questions at citychurch.org.uk/askGod
Jamie talks at our Bradley Stoke site about what it means to follow Jesus, and how to engage with the Holy Spirit in this process. Jamie opened his sermon by reading from John 16:1-8, so we recommend you read it before listening!