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Being forgiven - recorded on 02 July 2017
From the A Vision for 2017 series (part 10 of 18), this sermon is 27 minutes long.
From Luke 5:17-32.

How not to welcome visitors - recorded on 18 June 2017
From the Living Faith series (part 4 of 11), this sermon is 32 minutes long.
From James 2:1-13.

Facing trials - recorded on 21 May 2017
From the Living Faith series (part 1 of 11), this sermon is 35 minutes long.
From James 1:1-12.

Sing! - recorded on 23 April 2017
From the The Benefits of the Cross series (part 2 of 3), this sermon is 34 minutes long.
From Isaiah 54.

When God works to save lives - recorded on 12 March 2017
From the Living in the light of Promises series (part 31 of 35), this sermon is 42 minutes long.
From Genesis 45:3-28.

Meeting The Glory of God - recorded on 15 January 2017
From the A Vision for 2017 series (part 3 of 18), this sermon is 36 minutes long.
From Ezekiel 1:1-3:15.

Don't love the world - recorded on 04 December 2016
From the Christian Living in a Secular Society series (part 2 of 6), this sermon is 35 minutes long.
From 1 John 2:15-17.

Living at peace - recorded on 13 November 2016
From the Partnering in the Gospel series (part 9 of 10), this sermon is 36 minutes long.
From Philippians 4:1-9.

Preaching the Kingdom in Rome - recorded on 16 October 2016
From the To the Ends of the Earth series (part 42 of 42), this sermon is 35 minutes long.
From Acts 28.

Answering secular opponents - recorded on 25 September 2016
From the To the Ends of the Earth series (part 39 of 42), this sermon is 39 minutes long.
From Acts 24.

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