Custodian or trustee?

What have you done with your Christian faith recently?  I am not pointing any fingers.  I am asking the same question of myself too, but what have you done with your faith?  When was the last time you shared the joy of your faith with someone else? When was the last time you did something […]

Matthew Sermons Uncategorized Unforgiving servant Word of the week


Do you have debts?  Most people do, but they remain in control. Some of you, however, may have had the awful experience of being in uncontrolled debt. Debt is like a deadly trap from which some people cannot escape.  Many incur even deeper debt through short term high interest loans or even resort to criminal […]


Do I not destroy an enemy when I make him my friend?

Becoming a Christian is not brought about by subscribing to a list of Do’s and Don’ts and yet we are required to be different from those around us. St Paul writing to the Church in Rome provides a rather daunting list of characteristics and behaviours that he expects of Christian believers which sets us apart […]

Matthew Sermons Word of the week

Who let the dogs out?

The story of Jesus’s encounter with the Canaanite woman in Tyre and Sidon is one of the more controversial events in His ministry.  On the face of it, He is being disgustingly rude to a foreign woman who is seeking His help.  I want to encourage you, however, that this is a wonderful story about […]

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