Gospel of Mark

Gospel of Mark

Turnham Green
The Gospel of Mark as read by members of Christ Church W4 during Holy Week reflections and prayer.

Gospel of Mark

The Gospel in the Passover

The 6
Igal Vender tells his testimony of coming to faith in Jesus from a prison and drugs background in Israel, and explains the significance of the Jewish Passover to us as Christians and Jews today.

Crossroads: Pressing On

Crossroads: Pressing On

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Richard imagines Jesus' final journey to Jerusalem from the viewpoint of a Samaritan man mentioned in John 4 - whose life has been turned upside-down by this Jewish Messiah.

Luke 9:51-62

Jericho to Jerusalem

Friday Communion
Joining Jesus on the final leg into the city.

Luke

The kind of Amazing that changes hearts

The kind of Amazing that changes hearts

St. Alban's
From transfiguration to the cross: how does Jesus show us a different kind of Amazing? The kind of Amazing that changes hearts.

Luke 9:28-45

Glimpse of Glory

Glimpse of Glory

Turnham Green
What God reveals on the mountain helps us see clearly in the valley. The Transfiguration appears nuts at a first reading, but digging deeper opens our eyes to three weighty, glorious truths about Jesus that enable us to live life better in the valley.

Luke 9:28-45

Making Money Serve Grace

Friday Communion
In a key note talk, Richard introduces a new series exploring the why, what, where and how of giving and how we can give to grow the mission of the church.

Luke 6:27-38

Crossroads: Counting the Cost

Crossroads: Counting the Cost

The 6
Levi unfolds an explicit three-step instruction from Jesus that we cannot ignore. Will we deny ourselves, pick up our cross and follow him? A challenge to every Christian.

Luke 9:18-27

Who is Jesus?

Who is Jesus?

Turnham Green
At a baptism service Richard asks 'Who is Jesus' and answers it with a bit of help from evangelist J John and Luke 9:18-27.  A great talk to listen to if you're interested in exploring the Christian faith. 

Luke 9:18-27

Taking up the cross daily

Taking up the cross daily

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Is Christ the master of our lives? Have we put to death our own plans and committed ourselves to His will? Do we know that there is is no greater joy in life than following Christ every day? In this season of Lent what cross are we being asked to take up daily?

Luke 9:18-27

Living with Jesus in charge

Living with Jesus in charge

The 6
Living with Jesus in charge means we become increasingly available to interruptions, have the privilege and joy of ministry, and experience that there's more than enough.

Luke 9:10-17

Welcoming a crowd?

Welcoming a crowd?

Turnham Green
Why abundant provision often begins with scarce resources in the Kingdom of God, and how to get from a to z! 

A look at how faith and a little generosity can turn impossible situations around… with reference to the wonderful story of City Gates, Ilford who hosted the New Wine Leadership conference last week. 

Luke 9:10-17

Zechariah's Song

Friday Communion
In the footsteps of John: the Benedictus as a battlecry.

Luke 1:57-80

His grace is never-ending

His grace is never-ending

The 6
In his first preach at Christ Church W4, Stephen looks at the story of the sinful woman anointing Jesus alongside the story of the the prodigal son and asks the question - what does this say about God's character?

Luke 7:36-50

Receiving a Welcome

Receiving a Welcome

St Alban's
Stuart looks at what 'welcome' actually means, how we can learn from Simon the Pharisee and the sinful woman and ultimately take a step closer to Jesus.

Luke 7:36-50

Receiving a Welcome: Jesus is the only host

Receiving a Welcome: Jesus is the only host

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How does the welcome Jesus gives us affect our lives? Denis explores the response of the "sinful" woman and the Pharisee to the presence of Jesus.

Luke 7:36-50

Rich or poor? Everyone's Welcome

Rich or poor? Everyone's Welcome

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Richard looks at the life of Jesus and how that relates to reaching young people in London through our youth minster funding bid.

Luke 7:1-17

Welcoming Outsiders

Welcoming Outsiders

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Jesus shows us how to welcome outsiders, whoever they are and whether they come to us or we have to take initiative in going to them. 

Luke 7:1-17

Love to the loveless shown

Love to the loveless shown

St Alban's
It has been said that, "To return evil for good is devilish, to return good for good is human, to return good for evil is divine." Jesus calls us to this kind of divine way of life, loving the unkind and ungrateful, taking the initiative of grace in the same way that our God did for us.

Luke 6:27-32