Here and here are links to download my slides from two talks about Luke’s Gospel which I’ve done for clergy and lay ministers from the diocese of Exeter, aiming to equip them to read and preach Luke over the coming year, when Luke is the ‘controlling’ Gospel in the lectionary used by Anglicans and others. I’ll add the third one tomorrow.
I’m preaching again this coming Sunday (7 November) for my church, All Saints, Ealing, and am speaking from the Old Testament reading, Jonah 3. I’ve focused my talk(s) around the way God is portrayed in the passage, seen through the eyes of Jonah and the people of Nineveh. Below are the two parts of the sermon, respectively 13 mins and 10 mins. Comments are most welcome!
Here are the two parts of my sermon on this fascinating parable for the online service of my church, All Saints, Ealing in London this weekend. Part 1 is about 12 minutes; part 2 is slightly under 10 minutes. Thoughts and comments welcome!
We’re continuing to preach through Galatians at my church, All Saints, Ealing, and I have the privilege this week of preaching on 2:11-21, one of the ‘mountain top’ passages in the letter IMHO. Here are links to the two parts of my sermon from my YouTube channel. As always, feedback and comments are very welcome!
I’ve uploaded onto YouTube my two-part sermon for Trinity Sunday (7 June 2020) for my church, All Saints, Ealing (London), and provide links below. Each segment is just a little over 10 minutes. The first part focuses on Matthew 28:19 and looks at the Trinity in the start of the Christian life, in baptism; and the second on 2 Corinthians 13:13 and looks at the Trinity in the continuation of the Christian life. Here’s a link to the pdf of the (fairly full) notes from Continue reading →