Peter Linnecar takes the opportunity after a dedication to reflect on life from birth though to our final days here on earth. Referring to Ecclesiastes we see the conclusion Solomon came to after all his studies and experiences.
Joseph Matthai takes a look at the question that people often ask, “What is the will of God for my life?”. Working through 2 Timothy 2 Joseph shows us the seven visual pictures that Paul gives to Timothy that help him to answer this question.
This week we welcome Ronny Heyboer, founder of Living Waters Village, to Trinity Church. Ronney spoke from 2 Kings 6 v 24 highlighting how we, in the western world, are not too dissimilar from the people of Samaria in their prime before God got their attention. Ronney challenges us not to compromise on the truth but believe God and make sure we tell others of his plan too.
What would be the impact on your life if it became illegal to pray to God for a month? Any? Peter Linnecar challenges us to re-evaluate our priorities specifically when it comes to prayer, by looking at the example of Daniel. He valued his prayer time with God above all. Will we?
Garold Andersen speaks from Matthew 16:24 on Jesus’s command for us to carry our cross. All too often whilst looking for a big cross to carry we miss the little daily crosses that if carried would bring God’s resurrection power to our lives and those around us.
A great sermon to listen to when life is challenging you.
On Easter Sunday Pastor Peter Linnecar talks from 1 Corinthians 12:12-19 to help explain why it is so important to us that Jesus not only died on the cross but also rose back to life. If Jesus did not rise from the dead in bodily form then are we not just following a dead man?
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Carolyn Linnecar takes a fresh look at the story of Blind Bartimaeus from Mark 10 and shows us just how much we have to learn from a blind beggar; the only one in the story who could really see.
Catch up if you missed this sermon or listen again to remind yourselves what it means to really see Jesus in our lives.
Peter Linnecar provides context to Jesus’ cry in John 7 v 37 “If anyone thirsts, let him come to Me and drink.” Placing this statement in context helps us to understand the impact of what Jesus is really saying here. Catch up on the sermon below if you missed it.
Dr Knut Heim from Trinity College Bristol takes a fresh look at what it really means to fast. Working through Isaiah 58 Dr Heim helps us to understand who is supposed to benefit from our fast and why it is something that we should.
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Listen to Pastor Peter Linnecar’s mini series on the Holiness of God. He starts with the seeming contradiction in Colossians 3, where if we are made perfect in Christ, how can there be anything left for us to put to death? Pastor Linnecar then reminds us of God’s command to be Holy as He is Holy before ending the series encouraging us to live up to this everyday of our lives.
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