Paul’s Mission to First Century Thessalonica has a cultural relevance for making Jesus known in 21st Century Scotland.
In a year when we have been very conscious of the plight of refugees, many facing persecution in their homeland, John Bottomley brought a timely message to the Island Carol Service.
People are afraid of ghosts but yet love to see ghosts’ movies. We have just passed Halloween and and in America and here fascination with a spirit-life this is embraced to an abnormal degree. • During the Lunar 7th month of the Chinese Year calendar there are many shows on TV and movies, about departed…
Jesus, the bedrock for withering life’s storms commands our whole hearted commitment.
Ian Bald explains why little is much when God is in it.
Alan Donaldson, General Director/Secretary of the Baptist Union of Scotland brought encouragement to the church on the island as he shared God’s Word from Matthew chapter 28 and verses 16-20. His was an encouragement to engage with Jesus’ commission to make disciples who would intern make disciples who would . . .
John Bottomley brings the challenge of working out the beatitude: “Blessed are the pure in heart.”
Ursula Millar introduces the next in the series, “Blessed are the Meek”. How do we reconcile the words of the hymn, ‘Gentle Jesus, meek and mild’, with words such as Sovereign, King of kings, Lord of lords?
Ian Tainsh introduces ‘The sermon on the Mount’.
God’s Word: Proclaimed, Explained and Applied.