Category Archives: Talks

Living bread

On Sunday I preached at Nelmes United Reformed Church in Hornchurch. They use the Revised Standard Lectionary and the gospel reading for Sunday was John 6: 51 – 58. So as usual I give you the reading ┬ábefore we get … Continue reading

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Off with his head

Today I preached at Nelmes United Reformed Church in Hornchurch. They follow the “Revised Common Lectionary” so I worked the Bible reading scheduled for today which you can find here: Mark 6:14 – 29. The life of a prophet in … Continue reading

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Do you want to be blessed?

Last Sunday (24 June 2018) I again preached at Becontree Avenue Baptist Church . With the children we explored names both in society and in the Bible and how are names soemtimes define who we are. So our Bible reading … Continue reading

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My Father’s House

Today I preached at Becontree Avenue Baptist Church. As it is Fathers’ Day, the Children’s Talk explored the idea of family and how as Christians we become of God’s family. The main talk persued the idea of being part of … Continue reading

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How much?

Last Sunday (8th April 2018) I preached at my home church of Becontree Avenue Baptist Church. It was a week after Easter and so I felt it appropriate to talk about Good Friday and Easter although I did not chose … Continue reading

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Calming the Storm

This morning I preached at Becontree Avenue Baptist Church. I chose to speak on the passage in Mark’s gospel entitled “Jesus calms the storm”. As this was an “All Age” service with the children staying in with the adults rather … Continue reading

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When the party is over

Suddenly the fingers of a human hand appeared and wrote on the plaster of the wall, near the lampstand in the royal palace. The king watched the hand as it wrote. 6 His face turned pale and he was so frightened that his legs became weak and his knees were knocking. Continue reading

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