This Easter we are wanting to invite you to come and see the Gospel of Jesus in the order that Mark sets it out, portrayed over a 90 minute period here at NBBC. No need to book a seat but come early to avoid disappointment. We do not think it suitable for children under eight, but there is a creshe facility with a relay so that parents can be bring younger ones and supervise them in a separate room and still be able to watch the event on screen if they wish.
We have come up with a short course of six, one hour sessions to run once a month between now and the summer which is designed for anyone with an interest in the Bible, whether or not they are ‘religious’. Continue reading “Six thousand years in six hours (5)”
Without being overly negative about Christmas it has to be said, there is a dark side. I am not referring to the consumerism, hedonism, and nihilism that can pervade this time of year, but the actual account we find in Scripture.
It is good to remember that the best thing that ever happened, happened at the worst possible time.
This evening we were reading Galatians 3:1-11 heralded by the famous line ‘You foolish Galatians! Who has bewitched you?’
This is a much stronger insult than it might be viewed as today, and was a very forcible rebuke to his Christian readers who were drifting from the grace of God in the Gospel towards a legalistic form of worship. Continue reading “Don’t be a fool! (sermon recording – 16.9.12)”
Although the morning reading deals with the outward practices that were to be involved in the worship of God in the Tent of Meeting that Moses was commanded to build, they speak to us today of our own spiritual discipline. It provokes the question as to how we are to keep our lives as pure Temples of the Living God? Continue reading “Sunday 29th July sermon audios”
Today was Father’s day, so we looked at the Parable of the Prodigal Son to learn some lessons from the story of what makes a really good father.
Afterwards we resumed the series from Acts we have been doing, reading chapter 13:12-13. From that we considered the relationship between preaching the gospel, and performing miracles. Continue reading “Messages from Sunday 17th June”