John Hindley speaks honestly about failure in ministry and the Christian life, and shows how turning to Christ is the only way to avoid both pride and despair.
Ron Frost introduces us to the 'heavenly' Richard Sibbes – a Puritan pastor whose work, 'The Bruised Reed', is a must-read for all.
Very Poythress constructs a fascinating Christian theology of mathematics. Not for the fainthearted!
Lincoln Harvey outlines a theology of sport, showing it to be a celebration of humanity as God's unneccesary-but-meaningful creatures.
Emma Scrivener explores how a local church can be a healing and healthy place for those who struggle – which is everybody present.
John Knox teaches us how and why to pray.
Peter Mead looks at how our understanding of salvation should shape our Bible reading in the first of two talks.
Peter Mead looks at how our understanding of salvation should shape our Bible reading in the last of two talks.
Emma Scrivener shares some of her experiences with an eating disorder, its effects on her, and the power of vulnerability.
Michael Reeves introduces us to C. H. Spurgeon's approach to living as a Christian.