Continuing in our series in Jesus' Sermon on the Mount, Lucas Parks looks at his teaching on fasting and laying up treasures in heaven.
The epicentre of the Sermon on the Mount, Lucas Parks looks at The Lord’s Prayer in Matthew 6.
Lucas Parks looks at Jesus teaching on giving to the needy in the Sermon on the Mount. Matthew 6:1-4
We continue to look at what having “a righteousness that exceeds that of the Pharisees” actually looks like. Allen McCluggage looks at Jesus teaching retaliation and loving your enemies in Matthew 5:38-48.
Lucas Parks preaches on Christ's resurrection from John 20.
We continue to look at what having “a righteousness that exceeds that of the Pharisees” actually looks like. Jonathan Parks looks at Jesus’ teaching on divorce and oaths in Matthew 5:31-37.
Jesus give 6 examples of what it means to live with a righteousness that is deeper than that of the scribes and Pharisees. Lucas Parks looks at the first 2, anger and lust.
Andrew Elder explains from Matthew 5 what a Christian’s relationship is with the law.
Jesus tells his followers that they are salt and light in a dark and decaying world; we have a distinctive effect in the world.
The Sermon on the Mount isn’t just a sermon, it shows us who Jesus is. Lucas Parks looks at the rest of the beatitudes and what they mean for those who inherit the kingdom of heaven.
Lucas Parks unpacks the first 4 beatitudes in the Sermon on the Mount.
Lucas Parks introduces our series on the Sermon on the Mount; looking at what the sermon is, who it’s directed to, and how Jesus is the new and better Moses.
Concluding our series in the Psalms of Ascent, Jonathan Parks looks at the unity between brothers and sisters that is good and pleasant in Psalm 133.
Lucas Parks unpacks what it means for our soul to wait for the Lord in Psalm 130.
In Psalm 128 we see Israel's security and hope in light of God's power. It’s only when we are aware of our need and acknowledge the power of God in relation to that need, that we can experience a real and true place of worship of him.
For the fifth anniversary of publicly launching Village Church Belfast, Steve Timmis looked at what Christian maturity looks like in 2 Corinthians 3:7-4:6.
God made humans to work in a proper order. Psalm 127 helps us evaluate that order in our lives.
Continuing on in our series looking at the Psalms of Ascents, we see in Psalm 126 that we have hope and joy, we look forward, by looking back.
What are believer’s to do when we experience the world’s contempt?
Jonathan Parks looks at the gladness of gathering together for worship in Psalm 122.