The final book of the Bible is a challenging one. For some it is simply impenetrable, for others perhaps even terrifying. Join us as we dig into this rich portion of Scripture to discover that, ultimately, Revelation brings a message of hope.
Ecclesiastes is a book which most people seem to either rave about or skip over altogether. But there truly is 'nothing new under the sun', and the wisdom contained within is as fresh and relevant now as it was when Solomon first wrote it.
A series of standalone sermons marking specific occasions throughout the year such as Easter and Christmas, or momentous events like the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
The Apostle Paul's letter to the church at Philippi was written in about AD 61. But does it have anything to say to us now, in the 21st century? (Spoiler: yes it does!)
The Psalms are the prayer and song books of the Bible, quoted extensively by Jesus himself. Their rich reflections on the nature of our relationship to God are a constant source of encouragement, inspiration and conviction.
James: Faith that works
Penned by the brother of Jesus, the book of James has long been considered one of the most 'practical' books in the Bible. This is about putting faith into action; where the rubber really hits the road.
The incomparable life of Jesus
The life Jesus led on earth really was unlike any other. If the accounts are new to you, prepare to be amazed. If you're revisiting for the one hundredth time, prepare to be amazed all over again!
A series of standalone episodes addressing some of the biggest questions about God, the Bible and trusting in Jesus. This is a good place to start if you have no prior knowledge of the Christian faith.