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PREACHING MATTERS: Denesh Divyanathan, Expository Preaching

Posted by Sam on April 9, 2018

What does it look like to be faithful to a biblical text? What is essential to keep in mind to ensure that our preaching is expository?

Denesh Divyanathan discusses the three vital elements to bear in mind when we approach a passage to ensure we are faithful to the text in all its dimension. Watch it now.

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PREACHING MATTERS: Gwilym Davies, Teaching The End of Romans

Posted by Sam on March 5, 2018

How do we teach the last quarter of Paul's letter to the Romans? What themes of the whole letter is Paul still emphasising?

Gwilym Davies discusses how he has recently taught through Romans 12-15, and why thesse chapters are so vital and rich. Watch it now.

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PREACHING MATTERS: William Taylor, Revolutionary Worship

Posted on February 5, 2018

What does it look like to Worship God?
How does the New Testament use the word 'worship', and does it match what we do in our churches?

Willaim Taylor discusses the heart of his recent preaching series on Worship, titled Revolutionary Worship. What does it mean to worship God? How does the New Testament speak about our worship? Watch it now.

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PREACHING MATTERS: William Taylor, Preaching at Christmas

Posted on December 4, 2017

How do we prepare to preach at Christmas time?
With such a familiar message, what is most important to say?

Praise God that at Christmas time many people still willingly walk into churches who don't know the Lord Jesus as their Saviour. With the incredible news of the incarnation to proclaim - God with us - how do we make the most of the opportunities to preach the gospel? In this month’s Preaching Matters William Taylor talks with Sam Continue reading…

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The Tyranny of 'Free Love'

Posted by Sam on October 19, 2017

the tyranny of free love"The following is excerpt from William Taylor's recent talk on Matthew 12:9-14:

"This is what religion always does with Jesus.

Rather than embrace Jesus’ free offer of a living relation with God as a result of sins forgiven through his work on the cross, of love, of mercy, of kindness, what religion does is to hedge the law, to render God irrelevant, to try to keep itself distant from God, and it results in hostility and hypocrisy and Continue reading…

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