At the Lord's Table

At the Lord's Table

March 19, 2017  |  David Robinson
Christians are called to work for the kingdom and to pursue a life of watching in contemplation and prayer.
At the Lord's Table

At the Lord's Table

March 19, 2017  |  David Robinson

Christians are called to work for the kingdom and to pursue a life of watching in contemplation and prayer.

The Stone the Builders Rejected

The Stone the Builders Rejected

February 26, 2017  |  Joe Boot
We have received a kingdom and an inheritance, but woe to us if we now take offence at God's Word. The Lord will crush those who deny Him the fruit of His vineyard.
The Stone the Builders Rejected

The Stone the Builders Rejected

February 26, 2017  |  Joe Boot

We have received a kingdom and an inheritance, but woe to us if we now take offence at God's Word. The Lord will crush those who deny Him the fruit of His vineyard.

Note: the video is missing the first two minutes of this sermon but it is available on the audio-only file via the "Listen" link.

January Blues & Holographic Girlfriends
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January Blues & Holographic Girlfriends

January 8, 2017  |  Joe Boot

As we enter a New Year, let us decide whether we will be led by the Word of God revealed in Christ Jesus, or by a substitute word of man's own design.

Scripture: Matthew 2:5-6

When the Soul Felt Its Worth

December 24, 2016  |  David Robinson
Christmas Eve is a holy night because its the night of our dear Saviours birth. When the world lay in sin and error pining, he appeared, and the soul felt its worth.
The Christmas Gift
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The Christmas Gift

December 22, 2016  |  Joe Boot

God invites us to look beyond the confusion and sentimentality that often attends the Christmas season, to appreciate the radical gift He has given us in His Son.

Scripture: Isaiah 9:6
Christmas and Christology in the Early Church
Interview (Cornerstones)

Christmas and Christology in the Early Church

December 19, 2016  |  David Robinson and Joe Boot

The early church gave much thought to the person and nature of Christ, while recognizing that it is beyond our limited human capacity to completely capture the mystery of the Incarnation in a formula.

The Paradox of the Incarnation
Interview (Cornerstones)

The Paradox of the Incarnation

December 8, 2016  |  David Robinson and Joe Boot

The incarnation of God the Son is a deep mystery that has much to teach us about humanity and the nature of authority and leadership.

Do the Gospels Disagree?

Do the Gospels Disagree?

November 23, 2016  |  David Robinson

Matthew and Luke give differing accounts of some of the details of Jesus' birth. Is this a reason to cast doubt on the truth of Scripture?