Sunday talks

March to June 2015

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In his latest talk on the life and teachings of Jesus, Rodney reminds listeners that the Son of God brought a message that challenged the people of his time. Today the truths that challenge popular belief are creation, crucifixion, resurrection and his coming again.

Rodney Orr continues his series on the life and ministry of Jesus.  From Luke chapter 10, the story of Mary & Martha is considered, before looking at the healing of a blind mute by casting out demons. Rodney finishes with the challenge that reformation is useless without regeneration.

Former pastor of FSMC, Edward Charles Paynter, looks at the story of Blind Bartimaeus from Mark chapter 10 and compares his response to the question from Jesus, "What do you want me to do for you?" with James and John who wanted leadership, fame and power.

Rodney Orr continues his series on the life and ministry of Jesus.  The cost of discipleship is the subject of today's message. This, the 32nd talk in the series on the life and ministry of Jesus, also includes the parable of the Good Samaritan.

Rodney Orr continues his series on the life and ministry of Jesus. This talk takes up the disciples' question, "Who is the greatest?". It then looks at the parable of the lost sheep, before tackling the powerful teaching of Jesus when a person sins against another in the church.

Rodney Orr continues his series on the life and ministry of Jesus. This talk includes The Transfiguration and the healing of a boy with a demon.

Andrew takes John 20:22 as his text; "Recieve the Holy Spirit."  He approaches this by investigating the idea of breathing in the Holy Spirit for inspiration and breathing out the gospel to others.

Robert Amess continues his series on Romans. In this talk he takes chapter 8 from verse 29 to the end of the chapter. He challenges us not to be embrioled in heated debate over predestination and free will. The important issue is to share the gospel, noting, that when saved, we cannot be separated from God's love.

Ken Trestrail speaks on the truths of 1 Peter chapter 1, verses 1 - 9

Rodney Orr continues his series on the life and ministry of Jesus. This talk surrounds Matthew ch. 16 and asks the question, "Who do you say Jesus is?"

Rodney Orr reviews the Easter story from Thursday to Sunday and challenges his listeners to accept the truth of the resurrection.

For Palm Sunday, Robert Amess talks about the importance of the city of Jerusalem past, present and future.

Rodney continues his series on the life and ministry of Jesus. This week it is John 10, the Good Shepherd and the unbelief of the Jews.

Mark Dunn-Wilson gives an exposition of Ephesians 2 1-10 and challenges us to regain our passion and desire for Jesus by seeing what we were and what we are 'in Christ'.

Mark Dunn-Wilson challenges listeners to recommit themselves to Christ on chapel anniversary, a time to look forward not just reminisce.

Pat Spencer on her first speaking engagement at FSMC. In it we are asked in whom do we really trust and how do faith, trust and hope differ.

Rodney Orr continues his talks on the life and ministry of Jesus. Here from John 7, he looks at the debate over who Jesus was and since He is The Christ, what our response should be.

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