We conclude the journey of the Easter week by looking at a different journey that Jesus took on the road to Emmaus. It presents a compelling picture of what a life walking alongside Jesus can look like. // The video Philip referenced can be found here: http://kck.fyi/Easter17vid
How can we use the story of Nehemiah to help us learn how to pray and set our expectations about the outcomes of prayer?
Why was Nehemiah so motivated to pray? Why did his experiences of prayer and fasting go on to change his city?
The whole of Christianity hinges on this event, but did the resurrection really happen?
Would a world without religion be a world without war?
Isn't Christianity's teaching threatening and unfair?
Does Christianity have a unique truth and can it be expressed with grace?
The problem of suffering is one that we feel deeply. Does Christianity have any answer to it?
Philip explores the objection that science and God are incompatible.
Philip explores the objection that Christianity is both unwelcoming and restrictive when it comes to sexuality & sex.
Philip explores the objection that there is no compelling evidence for God.
1 Peter 1:6-9, 3:13-18: This week we watched a video sermon from Tim Keller who looked at the question 'How do we gain a right perspective on suffering?' You can watch the video for a small cost online at http://kck.fyi/Perspective8 Note: The sermon download button will just download a brief message from Philip.
1 Peter 2:4-12: What does it mean to live proclaiming the excellencies of God?
Revelation 20:11-21:4: Andrew Brand looks at the eternal consequences of our response to Jesus. The beginning of the sermon did not record: The story Andrew is telling is from January 2009, when a plane landed on the Hudson River in New York.
Genesis 50: As Joseph looks back on his life, we ask if God really can bring about good from evil.
Genesis 39: Joseph grows significantly in influence and faces enormous challenges as he does so. We all have degrees of influence. The question is how will we use our influence?
Matthew 1:1-16 Matthew uses Jesus' family tree to emphasise (i) the royal kingship of Jesus, (ii) some very human aspects of Jesus' family background, and (iii) the perfection of Jesus
Exodus 19: God's reminder to the Israelites of who He is and the covenant He has made with them.
Romans 8: Why was it so profound for Paul's Roman audience to hear they were adopted into the family of God and what are the implications for us?
Everybody asks this question sooner or later. How can such bad things happen to so many good people? Jesus does not get defensive when we ask this. In fact, he was hoping you would ask. You can watch the original video at http://bit.ly/PhilMoore