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This week for Women’s Bible Study we will be looking at Ruth chapter 4:13-22. If you are able to read or listen to the fourth chapter of Ruth first, please do! It will help you get the most of the study. We have reached our last week in Ruth. What a great book it has been to study! There is so much in here, more than we were even able to touch on i…
 
This week for Women’s Bible Study we will be looking at Ruth chapter 4:1-12. If you are able to read or listen to the fourth chapter of Ruth first, please do! It will help you get the most of the study. I hope you were able to listen to the talk on Ruth and below you will find further questions and thoughts to help you dig deeper into some of the t…
 
This week for Women’s Bible Study we will be looking at Ruth chapter 3. If you are able to read or listen to the third chapter of Ruth first, please do! It will help you get the most of the study. This week, we’ve a bit more of a personal reflection with the Lord. So I’ve planned 3 short meditations for us to consider. Each meditation is about 10 m…
 
This week for Women’s Bible Study we will be looking at the rest of Ruth chapter 2. If you are able to read or listen to the second chapter of Ruth first, please do! It will help you get the most of the study. Below you will find a few questions to go along with the talk above. We hope they will help you to further explore the Bible passage for thi…
 
This week for Women’s Bible Study we will be looking at Ruth chapter 2. If you are able to read or listen to the second chapter of Ruth first, please do! It will help you get the most of the study. Below you will find a few questions to go along with the talk above. We hope they will help you to further explore the Bible passage for this week. Why …
 
This week for Women’s Bible Study we will be continuing to look at Ruth 1. If you can, read or listen to again the first chapter of Ruth before you dive in here. I hope you were able to listen to the talk on Ruth and below you will find further questions and thoughts to help you dig deeper into some of the things I talked about. Why not ask a frien…
 
This week for Women’s Bible Study we will be starting our study of the book of Ruth. I hope you were able to listen to the talk on Ruth and below you will find further questions and thoughts to help you dig deeper into some of the things I talked about. Why not ask a friend to do the study with you and talk about these things? Galatians 6:9 says Le…
 
Our visiting speaker, Tom Brewer from Bath, talks to us about where we place our confidence. We can rely on our own ability and confidence, or we can put our faith in Jesus Christ. Tom encourages us to place our trust in the Lord, whether or not we already know him. If we don’t already know God, we can rely on him to forgive our sins when we turn a…
 
How should we stand up for what we believe in? We are not talking here about a crusade against an enemy or interminable disputes about what a word means, but about knowing what the Bible teaches in order to recognize when someone teaches something different. If someone accidentally makes a mistake about what the text means, we can help them to see …
 
The Book of Acts starts with the risen Jesus establishing his church in Jerusalem. He spent time with the Apostles, teaching them about the Kingdom of God, before ascending into heaven. In this talk, Richard Wardman discusses three aspects of a time of waiting that the church experienced: waiting for God’s power, rejoicing in the ascension of Jesus…
 
In this new series on the Book of Acts, Richard Wardman starts by placing Acts in context: Luke’s gospel and Acts were written by the same person, and in many ways, Acts continues from where the gospel ends, both in the narrative and by continuing the themes important to Luke. If Luke is about what Jesus did and taught, then Acts is very much the “…
 
There are problems and there are serious problems. In this encounter, Jesus helps a man who our society would regard as mentally disturbed; what makes the problem even more serious is the root cause: the man was under the control of a large numbers of evil spirits who were causing the man’s madness. In this talk from Mark 5, verses 1-20, we see how…
 
How do you know what you love and why you love it? In this talk, Richard Wardman looks at the lessons that we can learn from the story of the woman who loved much. She showed her love for Jesus in what she did – even though it must have been a great sacrifice of what she had long treasured. Richard also looks at the motivation, the risks to her rep…
 
Richard Wardman continues this short series on what we can learn from encounters that people had with Jesus in the Bible. In this talk, he looks at what happened when some parents brought their children to be blessed by Jesus in Mark chapter 10. Jesus’ followers wanted to turn the children away: their thinking seems to be that Jesus was far too imp…
 
As we prepare for 2020, one of our church leaders, Steve Riisnaes, asks us to consider what sort of people we are: busy folk with full agendas, always doing something, or people who take time to sit at Jesus’ feet, listening to what He wants to say, and filling our hearts with His word. In this story about Martha and her sister, Mary, Jesus points …
 
In this third talk for the period just before Christmas, Richard Wardman links the Old Testament prophecies of Isaiah about Immanuel and the Son who is to be given to us with Matthew Chapter 1. This talks about the birth of Jesus at Bethlehem at Christmas, the Son of God as well as a baby human being. God is with us! But Richard also introduces us …
 
In this talk, we again look at the period of waiting which we call Advent. This is derived from the Latin words meaning “to come”, and is the period when we prepare spiritually for Christmas, the time when Jesus was born as a baby in Bethlehem. Richard Wardman looks again at the prophecies of Isaiah, this time in Chapters 8 verse 19 to 9 verse 7, w…
 
Advent is the time of waiting: waiting for Christmas, waiting to celebrate the birth of Jesus. It is easy to get caught up with the commercial side of Christmas: shopping, exchanging gifts, sending cards and eating and drinking, but Advent gives us the opportunity to press pause for a few minutes to reflect on the real meaning of Christmas: that Go…
 
Our visiting speaker giving this bible talk is Colin Poyntz from Winslow, an old friend of New City Church. His church has been working its way through the book of Galatians, and we are delighted that he was able to teach us from Galatians chapter 4. Paul is talking to the folk in Galatia (now modern day Turkey) to whom he previously preached the g…
 
In this talk, Richard Wardman is continuing to tell the story of Jacob, from Genesis. Jacob was originally a con artist, chiseling his brother out of both his rightful place in the family and his father’s blessing. He’s been away with his mother’s family, who cheated him of his proper wages and tricked him into marrying both the woman he loved and …
 
Can you imagine what it might be like to sit down to a meal with Jesus? In this sermon, Caleb Woodbridge looks at what Jesus had to say to a group of religious people who invited him to dinner. It is fair to say that he didn’t hold back! This talk is based on Luke 14, verses 1 to 14, but the recording starts partway through verse 5, so you might wa…
 
How can we know that we will arrive at our destination? If you’re on foot you might rely on landmarks; in a car, you could depend on a satnav. But what about the destination of our Christian lives? How can we be sure that we will get to heaven, despite our wrong-doing, a world that tries to push us into its mould, and the things and circumstances t…
 
In Genesis 28, Jacob has an encounter with God, through a dream. In this talk, Richard Wardman shows us how much Jacob is being transformed. Like many of us, Jacob finds that the consequences of past actions can affect our present lives; the crunch is how we deal with them: finding God’s mercy and forgiveness and doing our best (with his strength) …
 
When Jacob was on the run from his brother and father’s anger, he came to a place that he thought was nowhere special. He went to sleep – and had a dream that changed the course of his life. He had an encounter with God that changed his beliefs, and because of that, changed his actions. God was no longer the God of his father and grandfather, but h…
 
We continue in our exploration of the life of Jacob, and what a dysfunctional family we find: a father and mother who play favourites between their sons, the eldest son who is careless about his role in the family, and a mother’s boy who is not above swindling his brother and his father. But despite all that, Richard Wardman brings us a message of …
 
Do you feel weak in the face of the pressures of modern life? Overwhelmed? Unable to cope? So did the greatest king of Israel, David, when faced with having to march from the north to the south of his kingdom to overcome an enemy attack. Psalm 60 tells us how he made the physical journey, and a greater journey from weakness to trusting not in his o…
 
What are you waiting for? Most people seem to be waiting for something: a job, a family, to be better people – the list is endless. It’s the same in the Bible: in individual stories, people are often waiting for a change to happen. In fact, in this talk, Richard Wardman says that it is the Biblical pattern to be waiting, because the whole of Jewish…
 
How do you feel spiritually: “yay!” or “meh”? Most of us have spiritual seasons, some joyful and some not so joyful. In fact, Richard Wardman, tells us in this talk that we can sometimes be running on empty, as far as our spirits are concerned. Listen on to hear what Richard has to say about recognizing the signs of emptiness and what we can do abo…
 
In this, the second of our summer series in Psalms looking at “Spiritual Seasons”, Richard Wardman talks about joy in the Lord and how to find it. There’s an old statement of the faith which talks about joy being central to our purpose as human beings: Q. What is the chief end of man? A. Man’s chief end is to glorify God, and to enjoy him forever L…
 
The Bible is all about the Good News of Jesus Christ, isn’t it? And yet, bad things do happen in all of our lives. In this first talk on a series on the spiritual seasons which we see portrayed in Psalms, Richard Wardman speaks to us about how we can handle bad news because of the Good News that Jesus died in our place. We welcome Richard back from…
 
Today, one of our leaders, Gavin Naylor, talks to us about God’s way of expressing real love to one another in the setting of the Church family. Listen on to see what the Apostle Paul urges us to do in order to behave as people saved by God’s compassion and sacrifice.
 
If you ever thought that the devil’s temptings of Jesus aren’t applicable to your life, listen to Bob Cain’s teaching on Matthew 4:1-11 and you’ll see it in a new light. The devil taunts Jesus at His weakest and with His greatest need, suggesting God can’t fulfill Jesus’ needs. But when Jesus reminds the devil otherwise, the tempter doesn’t stop th…
 
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