What does it mean to believe in Jesus?
In the second talk of our ‘Creed’ series, Deborah Marsh continues our study of the foundations of Christian faith by speaking about Jesus Christ. Listen as Deborah explains what believing in Jesus means for us all today.
You’ll also hear from two members of the church, Heidi and Dave, about how they came to put their faith in the person of Jesus and the difference it has made to their lives.
What do Christians believe?
Join us in the first talk of our ‘Creed’ series as Ed Marsh introduces us to the Apostles’ Creed, a statement of Christian faith centuries old. Learn what it means when Christians refer to God as a ‘Father’ and how this simple but incredible truth affects our life.
We all have a story to tell. Are we telling it to people?
Listen as Clare Thompson shares with us the value, importance and relevance of God-focused story telling in our daily lives. Be inspired as you hear some stories from Clare’s own experience and discover how God can use your personal faith story to transform lives today.
Many of us acknowledge the importance of prayer to Christian faith, but how much of a priority do we give it in our day to day lives? This talk was given at the beginning of Prayer Week 2019 at Highgrove Church, and is intended to both encourage and to challenge us to make prayer a priority.
Our faith is personal but not private. How do we live accountable lives in community that give people permission to stick their nose in our spiritual business?
We see in nature different cycles and rhythms. When we try to work against these rhythms, things start to breakdown. What rhythms to our lives do we need to practice so that our lives work best?
We teach our children to say thank you. But is there more to thankfulness than just being polite?
Jo Sinton-Hewitt speaks at the Highgrove Nativity Service. The talk included a video clip from the film 'Elf' which is not included above for copyright reasons, but can be viewed at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fNMtHosai08&list=RDdl1e7jMzk-M&index=9.
Sam speaks on Simeon's Song: Luke 2:21-40.
Tim Dobson speaks on Mary's Song: Luke 1:46-56.
Jamie kicks of our advent series looking at Zechariah's song of Faith: Luke 1:67-79
There is a battle for worship going on - so what are we doing when we gather to worship?
These verses can be a slap in the face to our western lifestyles. How do we tackle them without either melting in a heap of condemnation or glossing over them as not being relevant to us?
James commands us not to judge others. But in a world where ‘everyone’s a critic’ how do we recognise judgement and cynicism and also guard our hearts against it?
Words can either build others up or cut them down. What does James have to say about how our faith should change the way we speak to and about others?
James tells us, “Faith without deeds is dead’. How do we grapple with this statement alongside the belief that we are saved by grace alone? And what implication does it have for the way we live our lives?
Talk is cheap! It’s easy to say we have faith in Jesus without putting that faith into action. The book of James is a ‘how to’ manual sharing wisdom to help us live life the way Jesus is calling us to. Let’s put our faith to work!
Catch up with the 2018 Highgrove Vision Evening held on Tuesday 9 October.