Listen Again is where you can listen to previous sermons and talks. Listen to a sermon by clicking on the link in the description of the talk. The talks are in MP3 format files. Depending on your browser settings you may find one or two different things happen:
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In the second sermon based on Tenants of the King, Andrew looks at what went wrong after creation, the hope for recovery, and out part in it.
Back from extended study leave, Andrew introduces the theme of Tenants of the King, which we shall be studying over the next weeks.
Mike asks us why we think we're entitled to the best seat in the house, or on the bus.
Mike looks at an occasion when Jesus appears to break the Law of Moses, and asks if we are allowed to do the same. The story at the beginning is…
Sue asks what will come between the "Once upon a time" and the "happily ever after" of our lives.
Ruth speaks to those of us who are struggling, focusing on the reality of God, our hope in him, and his provision for us. The song at the end is…
Carole tells us how she encountered Jesus, and how that led to the creation of the Camberley All Night Cafe.
Mike looks inside his own head to understand how Jesus is the image of God.
Sam considers what it means to be a disciple, and how to make them.
Will King David be let off, or struck off, asks Darren. And why?