PUBLIC ADDRESS RECORDINGS
Here are some of our recent Bible talks and we will keep adding more week by week as different Bible subjects are considered.
What must I do to be saved?
(Introductory reading from 1 Pet 3 vs 8 – 22)
Why did Jesus have to die?
Violence and Peace
What’s stopping your baptism?
(Introductory reading from Acts 8 vs 26 – 40)
The reward for the faithful
(Introductory reading from Hebrews 11 vs 1 – 6)
Why is Baptism Important?
(Introductory reading from Matthew 3)
Sodom – lessons for today
(Introductory reading from Ezek 16 vs44 – 59)
The Power of Forgiveness
(Introductory reading from Psalm 32)
The digital church, is this what God intended?
Should you worry about the end of the world?
Do We Need Priests Today?
(Introductory reading from Hebrews 10 vs 1 – 14)
Forgive Your Enemies
Israel’s Amazing History
(Introductory reading from Isaiah 43 vs 1-12)
Peace on Earth
The Day of Judgement
(Introductory reading from Revelation 20)
(Introductory reading from Jonah 2)
The Bible and the Coronavirus Pandemic
(Introductory reading from 1 Peter 2)
What has Christianity ever done for me?
(Introductory reading from Romans 5 vs 1-8)
Jesus wants a relationship with you
Bible teaching about the work of the angels
(Luke 1 vs 5 – 35)
Why Baptism is Necessary Today
(Rom 6 vs 1 – 14)
Jesus was really Tempted – But Overcame!
Creation not Evolution
William Tyndale and a Bible for the People
(1 Cor 15 vs 12 – 20)
Five Facts To Build Your Life On
Reasons to Trust the Bible
Human Rights – God’s perspective
(Genesis 11 vs 1 – 9)
The Miracle of the Resurrection
The Hope of Israel – The true Christian Hope
(Acts 28 vs 17 – 31)
Why is the gospel so powerful?
(Acts 2 vs 22 – 46)
The Place To Pray in 2020
Bible News in Todays’ Newspapers
God’s Interwoven Plan
Will Man Destroy the Earth?
The Importance of Genesis
Joining God’s family
The Kingdom of God – based on right justice
Evolution vs. Creation: what the fossils teach us
Why the 10 commandments are still important today
What happens after death?
Prophecy gives us reasons to believe