Talks in this series will appear below. Keep an eye out for new talks added after every service.
Go deeper into this parable with Dave’s talk from The Seven. We see two brothers who don’t really know love, and we learn that, at the heart of the parable, is Grace. God does everything and we do nothing. We just say “thank you”.
Join the fun of our Family Communion with this brief talk from our 930 service, Dave explains how the parable is about much more than the rebellious son.
Ian talks about one of the great parts of the job he loves – marrying people. Find out about the four most elaborate weddings ever celebrated, and hear how Isaiah helps us understand about the man without wedding clothes.
Location, location, location. Ian’s recent study trip to Israel helps us understand the parable of the wise and foolish builder. Where will you place your feet? How healthy are your foundations?
Learn what grace and love look like in action as we dig into a lasagne with Dave, our guide to the parable of the good Samaritan
Ian opens up how this parable is about friendship and prayer. Deep friendships, like Paul had with Barnabas and Timothy, allow us to pray in a shamelessly audacious way for what really matters to our friends. And prayer makes a difference!
Dave introduces our series on parables. Each one is like an onion: there are several layers of meaning for us to think about. This story about soil and seed encourages us to let God get the rotavator out, and make us more fertile in 2015.