We all experience disappointment in our lives.
In this talk, Rob Scott Cook takes a look at what the Bible says about coping with disappointment.
Keeping up with the Joneses
From supermarket shopping to car insurance, mobile phones to careers, it can be difficult not to compare ourselves to others.
In this talk, Ed Marsh looks at what the Bible says about comparing ourselves to others.
Dealing with Temptation
A talk looking at the Christian approach to temptation. During the talk you will:
Learn why a tin of biscuits was passed around the congregation during the talk,
Hear the two different ways to live,
Discover Josh’s ‘Question of the Week’(!),
- hear from Simon, a member of Highgrove Church, about how being in a prayer triplet has helped encourage him in his faith.
What about doubt?
In the first talk of our ‘Keeping it Real’ series, Sam Marsh discusses the seesaw-like nature of faith and doubt.
You will learn:
why faith can often be like a dimmer switch for a light,
what Sam’s upcoming summer holiday plans can teach us about trust,
How Psalm 9 and 10 caused problems for Sam in Scotland!
Having doubts is a normal part of life; in this talk, we examine what the Bible says about how to cope with doubts.
N.B. Due to technical gremlins, the first few minutes of this talk were not videoed.
What does the Bible say about healing?
In this talk, Dave Mitchell gives a Biblical view of healing.
How can you hear God?
In this talk, Tim Dobson discusses how to listen for God and how to hear from Him.
You will also hear from Laura, who shares some examples from her own life of how she has heard from God.
“Be My Witnesses”
To mark and celebrate Global Partners Sunday at Highgrove this year, we had a ‘four-for-the-price-of-one’ talk!
Ed starts by introducing the importance, relevance and Biblical imperative of being witnesses in the world to the love of God.
The incomparable Jonny Wells then asks Denis and Charmian, our Global Partners based in Peru, about the work they are doing and how they have seen God work.
In this talk, you will:
Join in with Jonny’s Peruvian Quiz!
Learn about Denis’ epic trek through the jungle,
Hear Charmian explain why it is always ‘worth it for the one’.
George Snyman, Co-Founder of Hands at Work in Africa, shares God's heart for the poorest and most vulnerable children in the world. Read more at www.handsatwork.org.
THE POWER OF PERSEVERANCE
In the final talk of our 'Living as Foreigners' series, Andrew Street discusses the power of perseverance for Christians today.
THE POWER OF HUMILITY
Using 1 Peter 3: 8-18, Rob Scott Cook discusses the importance and relevance of humility in our lives today.
In a world of celebrity, where does humility fit?
What does it mean to be humble?
How can humility help point people to Jesus?
Choosing a job for life
In this talk, Sam Marsh uses 1 Peter 2 v.1-12 to examine what it means to be God’s ‘chosen people’.
Sam asks a question at the very beginning of the talk. You will hear how two members of the congregation answered it. Would you have given the same answer as either of them?
You will also learn why Sam decided against becoming an archeologist (and why Harrison Ford was very relieved about it!).
What is holiness?
In this talk, Deborah Marsh explores holiness and what it means to live as God’s holy people.
In a culture that isn’t rooted in Christ, how do we live as Christians?
What does holiness look like in practice?
From practical tips about how to choose what we watch on TV to Deborah’s favourite thing to do while on holiday(!!), this talk gives an honest, practical, Biblically-based overview of holiness.
Finding hope in seemingly hopeless situations
Join us for our ‘Living as Foreigners’ series as we study the book of 1 Peter. In the first talk of the series, Jamie Davies explores what it means to live as people with hope.
At the beginning of the talk, Jamie mentions the Open Doors charity. You can learn more about the work they do on their website - http://www.opendoorsuk.org
What does flat pack furniture have to do with Jesus?
In the final Sunday of our ‘Journey to the Cross’ series, Josh Cram talks about The Peace Giver. You will learn:
How to find purpose
Where to find guidance
How to share God-given peace with others
(You will also hear Josh’s illustration of the Disciples XI football team!)
Why do we celebrate Easter?
If you have ever wondered what Easter is all about, this talk is for you! Join us as Jo Sinton-Hewitt, Children’s Minister at Highgrove Church, explains the relevance of Easter to us all.
God’s Master Plan
In the third talk of our Easter series, Rob Scott Cook examines the importance and significance of Jesus’ death on a cross.
The Power of Forgiveness
In the second talk of our Easter series, Andrew Street examines the freedom that true forgiveness brings.