Jen inspires us to come before God with awe and wonder – we are in the presence of God Almighty, the Creator of the Universe – wow!
Today we welcomed church member Cameron as our speaker. The first (but hopefully not last!) time he has preached in our church. Puzzled by the title? Click and listen to find out more – you won’t be disappointed!
Today’s sermon is from our church secretary, Mel Ithurralde. When Jesus was on earth people had lots of ideas about who he was, but Jesus challenged his disciples by asking them who THEY thought he was. Jesus challenges us in the same way today.
Today’s talk is from Anne Rose, one of our deacons. How do we link the prophetic books of the Old Testament with the prophetic role of today’s church? What does being prophetic actually mean? The prophetic voices of the Old Testament turn out to be more relevant to the church and world of 2019 than ever before!
Today we welcomed Kingsley from New Life Baptist in Northallerton. He fitted us in, between getting back from Ethiopia last week, and off to India next week! The first few minutes of his talk is about his ministry and travels, and then the sermon is based on one of Jesus’ appearances after the Resurrection, when he cooks breakfast for the disciples on the beach,…
Today we had the privelege of Charlie preaching at DBC for the first (but hopefully not the last!) time. Looking at the story of the baby and young child Samuel from the Old Testament, we see how the different characters react to their circumtances, and are challenged to how we, as today’s…
Listen to Rod, as he takes us on a journey to “Grace-land”!
Today Peter talks to us about Joshua, preparing the Israelites to take the Promised Land. We learn about his courage, the courage that the Israelites needed, and the courage that we need and that God gives us today.
Mel, our church secretary, preaches from the book of Numbers and the story of the Israelite spies, sent to check out the Promised Land. What we can learn from this story can be summarised as follows: Abundant Growth Apparent Giants Almighty God
“Don’t be Spooked!” could equally as well have been the title of today’s sermon from Rodney (yes, recently retired from being our pastor, but eager to continue using his preaching gifts!). Lots of good stuff about not letting the past, or current events, or the teaching of others divert us from from living a life free of condemnation, thanks to…