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Robbie Strachan teaches on the doctrine of humanity
Eric Ortlund introduces the often perplexing book of Job
What does it mean to follow God under pressure? We turn to the kingdom of Judah, where God's people are fighting for their survival.
We celebrate the unparalleled news of Jesus's death and resurrection.
In response to leadership scandals within the wider church, we look at our perfect shepherd Jesus.
What's the point of life? In our confusing and messy world, it's really hard to know. Dave Jensen shows us from the Bible what God has in store for each one of us, day by day.
Early Christians were a marginalised minority group. Peter writes to encourage them and us to follow Christ and live as strangers in an alien world.
Our annual reminder of how the Bible calls us as a church to partner together in every-member ministry.
At a time of national crisis, where better to look than to the living Lord Jesus: his matchless authority and compassion.
New Year hope from the Bible that transcends the coronavirus.
Two of the smallest books in the Bible that have big lessons for us as a church.
In difficult days, we take encouragement from the fact that we have a Great High Priest.
What were God’s purposes in having His Son come into the world, and what are the implications for us? We find the answers in some famous verses.
Guest preacher John McLernon speaks at our annual Mission Sunday services.
Why is Jesus so significant for us all? Don't let Christmas get in the way! We'll let Matthew explain as we follow his account right through.
God had promised His people a land - and in the action-packed narrative of Joshua, we discover how He kept that promise.
Who is the Christian message for? What is the heart of it, and how are we to make it known? We look at this great passage for fresh answers.
Several times in his life, King David was in desperate trouble. These Psalms show how he looked to God for help.
We join the people of God on the journeying to the Promised Land, which is taken by the New Testament as a picture of the Christian life.
We look at Jesus' model prayer which ‘we can eat and drink for a lifetime and never have had our fill’ (Martin Luther)
Craig Larner takes us back to the first generation of Christians as they tell us the essence of Christianity
Paul writes from the lockdown of his prison cell to the church in Philippi, full of gospel joy and encouragement for us.
Over four weeks, through the eyes of the eyewitnesses, we encounter Jesus risen from the dead and the terrific implications this has for us today.
How Jesus's resurrection speaks powerfully to our coronavirus world; with guest speaker Glen Scrivener.
Robbie Strachan unpacks the what the Bible says about our awesome speaking God at the 2020 Great Escapes.
Andrew Sach opens up these thrilling Old Testament stories at the 2020 Great Escapes.
Alasdair shares with us from Psalm 46 the unique Christian foundations of unshakeable steadfastness and hope.
Why does Jesus make people joyful despite dire circumstances? Christopher Ash opens up the start of John's first letter.
As Jesus steps towards the cross, he profoundly reveals that his impending death will resonate down all time and to all nations. Will we pay attention?
The sharp and startling realism of Eccelesiastes remains as relevant now as is has been down millennia. Andy Prime helps us to dive in.
In a world full of troubles, can we really believe that God is in charge? This section of the Psalms emphatically says "Yes!"
What’s really going on behind the scenes of history and our present world? Alasdair Paine opens up Revelation's startling answers.
All talks from our 2019 Christmas celebrations.
The real-life experience of God's people in many ups and downs showing us Christ, and what it’s actually like to belong to Him.
Three of Jesus’s parables which bring out God’s biggest surprise: his grace.
Famed as the mightiest (and muscliest) man in the Bible, the story of Samson’s remarkable life will challenge us about the nature of true strength and true rescue.?
Christopher Ash helps us behold Luke's unveiling of the most remarkable man in history.
INTERNATIONAL GUEST SERVICE 2019 Graham Daniels unpacks the most momentous invitation in the universe.
Big talks on the big issues of today
End-of-year talks on the theme of radical discipleship.
Future planning Jesus's way.
Following God as he raises up not the hero that Israel deserves, but the one that it needs.
A one-off sermon for Giving Sunday, Christopher Ash explores one of the most extraordinary promises of Jesus.
Alasdair Paine leads us in taking fresh look at a problem we rarely think about.
Looking at what the Bible says about when life gets tricky
Talks from recent Student Lunches
Glen Scrivener opens up the book of 1 Peter, exploring what it means for us today to be evangelist elect exiles.
Why be a Christian if it means your life gets worse? Paul writes to a brand new church in a city that’s out to get them with startling words of comfort.
Alasdair Paine explores five great statements about the gospel from Paul’s letter to the Romans that will invigorate us and possibly surprise us too!
Why Easter Day gives Christians rock-solid assurance.
Mark tells the story of the most remarkable 24 hours in history.
Three psalms connected by a thread of praise.
Alasdair Paine shows us how the Bible, despite its size and span of history, fits together as God's one great story.
Robbie Strachan opens up Leviticus, showing how it deepens our understanding of the cross.
GUEST SERVICE • Craig Larner explains why the Transfiguration means we can't ignore Jesus
Talks by John Hindley from the 20s-30s Weekend Away 2019
Robbie Strachan helps us to dig into the book of Proverbs to hear how the precious wisdom of God impacts every corner of our lives.
Alasdair Paine opens up the book of Deuteronomy, where God reveals his compelling character through his Law.
Tom Hutchings on how Amos's stark warning has a message for us today
Thinking afresh how we can all play our part as members of the St Andrew the Great Church family.