Tagged with: hope
Fri Jan 26 '18|
Francesca shares her story of Alpha and the change it made to her life. At the beginning I decided to start attending Alpha because I had an extremely positive experience of attending Christ Church London, and I thought, OK, let’s...
Sun Dec 3 '17|
Pete Greig is one of the founders of 24-7 Prayer, and leads Emmaus Rd church in Guildford. He is also the Director of Prayer for HTB and Alpha International and the author of numerous books on prayer.
Fri Oct 6 '17|
In September Tim Frisby, our Social Action Coordinator, and Joel Wade, our East Service leader, travelled to Rwanda to visit the Compassion projects that ChristChurch London support. We asked Tim to tell us about the trip. My wife Jacs and...
Sun Jun 26 '16|
At times, all of us experience loss, perhaps through relationship breakdown, tricky life circumstances, bereavement, or shattered hopes and dreams. In this talk Tim considers how we can process our loss in a healthy way and find healing and hope.
Sun Jun 26 '16|
At times, all of us experience loss, perhaps through relationship breakdown, tricky life circumstances, bereavement, or shattered hopes and dreams. In this talk Sharon considers how we can process our loss in a healthy way and find healing and hope.
Sun Apr 5 '15|
On the third day, the crucified king overturned the verdict of his enemies, rising again from the grave. This Easter Sunday we will celebrate the resurrection, and consider its implications for our lives 2,000 years on.
Sun Dec 14 '14|
In this talk from our 2014 Christmas Carol Service, Andy Tilsley looks at the subjects of hope and disappointment, and how the story of Christmas offers a message of hope for all of us.
Sun Oct 5 '14|
Once again, Joseph is taken off-course. This time it is not a pit he’s thrown into but a prison cell. Yet even in this dark place, God is able to use him for good. In this talk, Andy explores how we can...
Sun Sep 21 '14|
Humiliated by his brothers and sold into slavery, Joseph finds himself miles away from his home, working for Potiphar in Egypt. But God had not forgotten him. In this talk, Andy looks at how we can enjoy favour from God and from...
Fri Mar 21 '14|
I’m in Cambodia with Tearfund this week to see some of the projects they support, in particular those run through their partner International Cooperation Cambodia (ICC). Along with Anita and Rich for the next week I’ll be visiting villages working...
Tue Dec 18 '12|
This week, at our annual Carol Service, David Stroud looked back at the events of 2012, good and bad, and considered how the message of Christmas offers hope to a broken world.
Sun Jul 8 '12|
Revelation 12 and 13 are some of the most confusing verses in Scripture. Winged-women, multi-headed beasts and a cryptic number: 666. What do these pictures mean, how on earth are they relevant to us, and what sort of hope should...
Sun Apr 22 '12|
God answers Habakkuk’s second complaint by assuring him that He sees all that is going on, and will hold man to account for his actions. This talk addresses the dangers of pride, violence and injustice, looks forward to the day...
Sun May 29 '11|
The good news about Jesus breaks down division and mends broken relationships. This talk will look at how the gospel has overcome the divisions between Jew and Gentile, and man and God, making us into a family, and a dwelling...
Sun May 8 '11|
Today we launch into a series on the book of Ephesians, with a breathtaking look at the enormous string of blessings that are available for disciples of Jesus.
Sun Mar 20 '11|
Isn’t the church full of hypocrites? Why is life just so busy? Why hasn’t God answered that prayer? What is there in life to look forward to? And what on earth does any of that have to do with prayer?...