ADVENT – Faithful in Our Time – Malachi 3:1, Luke 1 and 2
At His birth Jesus was welcomed by small cast of faithful men and women. Luke introduces us to Zacharias and Elizabeth, Mary and Joseph, a group of Shepherds, Simeon, and Anna. They were faithful in their time. We learn how to be faithful in our time in Al's sermon from the first week of Advent.
Famous Last Words – 2 Samuel 23:1-7
Have you ever thought about what your last words would be? It seems as though King David did. His famous last words summed up the significance of his life and also shows us some very important things about God. Hear Steve's sermon from the 24th of November, 2013.
The Betrayed Father – 2 Samuel 18:24-19:4
David's life was not perfect. In fact there was lots of sorrow. Hear Steve's sermon about one of the most heartbreaking events of David's life and how there is still Good News there.
The Anointed King – 2 Samuel 7:1-17
All of us today may balk at the idea of being ruled by someone or something. But in some sense we are all ruled by something - a King of some sort. Looking at King David, we can see how there are rulers chosen by God, false and unchosen rulers, and a True and Better Anointed King. This is Steve's sermon from the 27th of October, 2013.
The Outlaw – 1 Samuel 21:1-22:2
Before David became King he spent some time as an outsider 'running from the law'. In this message, we see ourselves in David the outlaw, catch a glimpse of a different kind of outlaw, and meditate on what it means to be a new kind of outsider. 13th October, 2013.