Sermons by Chris Justice
On 23rd May we continued with the series on “Transitions – a people on the move,” and Chris spoke on the theme of “God protects” from Exodus 12:21-42.
On 11th April Chris finished the Team Talk with Jesus’ final words to his disciples in John 16 v12-33.
Chris joined us on March 7th to continue the Jesus Team Talk, and he spoke about the Holy Spirit from John 15 verse 26 onwards. You will need to listen to understand the cryptic title.
On 7th February Chris continued the Team Talk, speaking from the second half of John 15 where Jesus encourages his disciples: “Don’t be surprised, don’t be disappointed, don’t give up”. During the talk we watched a recording from Open Doors which can be seen here.
On 24th January we had two separate gatherings looking in more detail at John chapter 15. In this recording Chris speaks about Jesus’ call to “abide in me”.
On Sunday 10th January we returned to Jesus’ “team talk” looking today at John 15, verses 1-17. Chris spoke about how we should seek to be fruitful disciples.
A very different Carols by Candlelight this year. We met over Zoom on the day following the announcement of increased restrictions so it was good to be reminded of the timeless truth about Jesus’ birth through carols, readings and Chris’ talk. The audio recording of the talk is attached. The readings and carols can be watched again:
On the third Sunday in Advent Chris spoke about why Jesus had to come, picking up on the verses from the Jesus team talk in John 14 when Jesus says: “Anyone who has seen me has seen the Father.”
On the second Sunday in Advent, Chris spoke from Isaiah 40, John 14 and Luke 1 about how Jesus was the promised way through the spiritual wasteland, and through his birth became the fulfilled way to the father.
On 22nd November Chris Justice introduced a new series: Jesus’ team talk. We will follow this over the next few months, looking at the final instructions and encouragement Jesus gave to His disciples, and applying the lessons to ourselves in our current situation,