Babylon’s Burning – Revelation 18

This weeks article in Christian Today – for the original click Here This was another hard one to write.  In the aftermath of the Grenfell Tower fire it was strange to be writing about a city burning…but the Word of God is always relevant. Ancient storage jars, believed to be from ancient Babylonia, are displayed during an exhibition at the Bible Lands Museum in Jerusalem, February … Continue reading Babylon’s Burning – Revelation 18

Trials and Temptations and the Gospel- the Power of God 

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 and the great thing about it was supposed to be … Continue reading Trials and Temptations and the Gospel- the Power of God 

Trials, Temptations, the Gibeonite Deception and Mission – St Peters Sermons on 2nd April 2017

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 for us last Sunday morning. Then in the evening we … Continue reading Trials, Temptations, the Gibeonite Deception and Mission – St Peters Sermons on 2nd April 2017

A Graveyard Crash

(The scene of the crime..) Don’t worry, despite the headline this is not about Donald Trump’s disastrous campaign or the UK leadership contest, or the Labour Party’s collapse in Scotland. This is a politics free zone! October seems to me the time of year that I specialise in personal disasters. Yesterday, true to form, I was cycling through the beautiful Balgay Hill Cemetery, when I … Continue reading A Graveyard Crash