“As they chose not to continue in the knowledge of God, which alone guides our minds to true wisdom, the Lord gave them a perverted mind, which can choose nothing that is right.” – Calvin. Last Sunday mornings sermon looked at Romans 1:28-32. It was not an easy message to preach, but that passage describes … More Society Today and Pentecost – St Peters services 4th June 2017
This weeks article on Revelation 17 in Christian Today Let’s do some basic preacher training. Christians have a beautiful message, full of love, compassion and gentleness. Those who pass on the gospel message are to be subtle, nuanced, connected and certainly not give any offence. Agreed? But there is something missing from that. It appears that … More Revelation 17 – The Prostitute on the Beast
Last Sunday morning was very special for us in St Peters – we had a triple baptism. Sinclair Ferguson baptised his three grandsons. It was, as all baptisms are, a moving occasion. I loved Sinclair’s explanation of baptism. It was wonderful to be able to teach on ‘Children of the Promise” from Acts 2:38-39. It … More A Triple Baptism, Children of the Promise and John 1:1
Back to Revelation in my column for Christian Today You will forgive a personal reference as we continue our look at what the book of Revelation has to say to us today. The reason there has been such a gap between Revelation 15 and today is not because it is a very difficult passage to look … More Revelation and the Message of Armageddon: God is Sovereign
Last Sunday I had the privilege of being able to preach in St Peters – I realise that for some/many this was too soon after coming out of hospital – but the Lord enabled! It was great to be able to preach on knowing God. Here again is the full service from St Peters – … More “Knowing God and Rejecting that Knowledge” – Romans 1:18-23 – Service and Sermons from St Peters.
We continue our experiment of recording the whole service, with this weeks services (from 30th April) with Sinclair Ferguson in the morning and Craig Anderson in the evening. I was unable to be at the evening but the morning was special for me. I was supposed to be in Greece speaking at a conference so … More Your ‘Go To’ Verse and ‘Kingdoms Conflict’ – St Peters full worship services
Last Sunday was a great Easter Sunday in St Petes – and for the first time we recorded the whole service. This is an experiment so please do let us know what you think – e-mail me at email@example.com If enough people appreciate and make use of it we will continue. I most … More First Full Recorded Services from St Peters – Easter Sunday – Sinclair Ferguson on John 20 and Luke 23
Last Sunday’s sermons can be accessed here by clicking this link. Sundays sermons Sinclair’s sermon on temptation is really helpful. And I loved preaching on the Gospel as the power of God. It’s a great truth. Enjoy. “Most religion and human ethics teach us about our righteousness and our goodness. Pope Francis met Islamic leaders … More Trials and Temptations and the Gospel- the Power of God
I am offended. In fact I am more than offended. I feel angry, upset and quite nauseated. And it’s all to do with Easter. No I am not offended at Cadbury’s leaving the word Easter out of some of its headings. Nor at I offended at Tesco’s Good Friday beer advert. I expect crass … More It’s Easter – I’m Offended!
This weeks sermon is a bonus – because you get two for the price of one – because we had two great sermons in St Peters last week. Firstly there is an extraordinary sermon from Sinclair Ferguson on Trials and Temptations – extraordinary not just because of its power, but because of its particular appropriateness … More Trials, Temptations, the Gibeonite Deception and Mission – St Peters Sermons on 2nd April 2017