Abraham, Isaac and Jacob – God amazingly called Himself their God
God’s plans and His protection over us are perfect
What are the different senses of Christmas? Listen to find out!
In Luke 15, three parables teach great truths of our situation before God.
Have you ever “just read” the gospels? Do you “know that story”?
The Bible’s favourite way to describe church is ‘a body’, many parts, Jesus as Head.
Paul refers to Christians as soldiers, engaged in spiritual warfare…
God’s plan of salvation for all – both Jews and Gentiles
The exalted Lord is alive and well and working in and through His church
God rules and reigns over both history and destiny
The evidence of walking and living by the Holy Spirit
Continually cast all your anxieties on the One who upholds you with His mighty hand
500 years ago, 95 theses were nailed to a church door in Germany, shaking the world…
Stories of real people behind the 16th century Reformation
A series looking at people who met Jesus and were never the same again…
Going back to the beginning, where it all began with God
On Sunday evenings we are looking at the seven “I Am” statements of Jesus.
Our motto text for the year 2017 at Grace Halewood
The prayers of Jesus teach us how to pray in today’s world.
Dr Luke gathers his material and presents his evidence – Jesus is the Saviour
The romance of Ruth points us to the good news of the gospel of Jesus Christ
Eternity – the longest word in the English language.
An intimate letter full of love and encouragement for believers.
We are at war – but it’s a war that has already been won
It’s Christmas time – it’s time to redeem Christmas
Be strong and courageous – the Lord your God is with you wherever you go
He appears in a blaze of fire and disappears again on a chariot of fire
Pain and providence, suffering and sovereignty, grief and grace
Join us as we celebrate our 10th birthday together as a church
Follow Jesus from the upper room to the empty tomb this Easter
Three reasons why you should become a Christian
Sermons preached at Grace that have not been part of a longer series.