Whether it's Palm Sunday or not, we need to welcome Jesus into our lives. Mark 14 shows us 3 ways we can do this: through sacrificial worship, like the woman who poured perfume on Jesus' head; through submissive worship, like the disciples who trusted Jesus' words; and through sacramental worship, as seen at the Last … Continue reading Welcoming Jesus
This is a sermon I preached at St Peter & St Paul Shepton Mallet on Mark 13. Jesus tells his disciples that even the Temple is not a permanent fixture. Even mighty buildings are subject to change. We too should expect change in our lives. Everything changes... except God! Listen above to find out more.
This is a sermon I preached at St Peter & St Paul Shepton Mallet on Mark 10:35-45. James and John asked Jesus which of them would sit at his left and right in his kingdom. But Jesus told them to serve, not seek prestige. We are to be counter-cultural. To serve means that we need to … Continue reading Mark 10: what it means to serve