Sermons by Keith Harrington
What is baptism about, what are the different views on it? How should we respond? Acts 2, Acts 8:26-38 , Acts 16:16-40
The final in our series on core beliefs of Christianity is about the future. And a quick study of history will tell you that trying to predict the future is a very fraught exercise. Ie
Belief in the Holy Spirit is core to the faith, and yet has also caused much unnecessary division. Are there things in our lives that are blocking the Holy Spirit flowing freely? Hebrews 3:7-19
We believe the church is the people of God, is inseparable from Christ and is the context for mission, ministry, worship and mission. But our actions suggest we don’t believe in the church.
Central to Christainity is what we believe about Jesus Christ. But do our lives really reflect what he has done for us? Colossians 1:15-22
What are the core beliefs of Christianity that are central to the faith. Why do we fight over non core issues so much?
What are the core beliefs of Christianity? And by implication what are the non core beliefs.2 Corinthians 5
God loves his created world, and expects us to care for it. How do we do this in practical ways without feeling overwhelmed. John 3:16
The Bible shows history to have 6 key chapters. What we understand is Chapter 6 will profoundly impact how we live in Chapter 5.
The cultural mandate is often not understood, and been misused to rape our planet. God’s plan is far wider than just personal salvation, it is for the whole world.