Another preaching experiment, Genesis 32:24-29, for the campus congregation, 9 November 2014. A man stands alone by the river in the cold dark night His household possessions have already been sent ahead Even his wives and sons have gone ahead and he is alone now He is alone and he is afraid […]
This is a transcript of my sermon to our campus English-language congregation, 13 July 2014 Today we will hear the story of Noah and the flood What is that story about? Judgement… Creation care… Many things undoubtedly… As we hear this story we will see that it is about Jesus… […]
Today on the occasion of our eighth wedding anniversary, I’m recommending the best talk on marriage Arthur and I have listened to in a long time. John Haralson is the pastor at Grace Church Seattle which I found because it’s got a song that we’ve been enjoying on Cardiphonia’s Hallel […]
Here’s a couple of sermons we gave in Adelaide and Melbourne during the last six months, attempting to ground our partner churches in a common identity with Tanzanian Christians. I looked at how some of Jesus’ teaching might open up the question of ‘changing the world’: You are the light […]
At our Melbourne church I recently had the chance to explore the longest speech in the Book of Job and its implications. Get audio-only here and an accompanying group study here.
This week I preached on God’s speeches in Job 38-42 at our church.
Observe God’s ways carefully, for this will show your wisdom and understanding to the nations, who will hear about all these decrees and say, “Surely this great nation is a wise and understanding people…” This sermon is from 24 July 2011 at Christ Church Hawthorn. Includes 9-minute, 40-verse reading from […]