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Dave Frodsham: Good order builds up the church Dave continues our series on 1 Corinthians, Identity Confirmed through the lens of the Gospel, looking at 1 Corinthians 14:13-40. Dave addresses the thorny issue of speaking in tongues and what Paul, in his letter to the Corinthians, had to say on the matter. Dave looks at why we meet as a church, and …
 
On International Sunday at Jubilee, Sylvia Billington talks about the different cultures in the world, many with their own individual languages, styles of dress and belief systems. With the help of many verses from the Bible, Sylvia talks about how we are new creations, and how we need to go against the culture and traditions of the world and do al…
 
Rob Coleman of our sister church, Grace Church Bolton, on how if God is who we say He is, there is so much more to discover. What does it mean that He’s everywhere? If we are struggling to hear from Him, does that mean that He doesn’t want us to find Him? Rob uses examples from the Bible to illustrate how God does want us to find Him, does love us …
 
Vernon on appreciating the good news of God by remembering His wrath. We preach the good news of God but forget the wrath aspect. There’s a war raging in the spiritual realm – the earthly, sinful people against the Lord and we want to be like God. God is righteous and has righteous indignation against sin. The righteousness of God can't be in the s…
 
Pete Klemperer of Jubilee Church Wirral on following Peter and Andrew’s example in Mark 1:17 when Jesus said to them “Follow me, and I will make you become fishers of men.” Pete goes into what it means to follow Jesus, why we should do it and how we all have different areas of ministry that we are called to work in.…
 
Jubilee Church Wirral guest speaker Nic Harding of Together for the Harvest and the Kairos Connexion on how unity is God’s idea, and how the Father, Son and Holy Spirit have existed together forever. Nic goes into how unity releases: Authority in prayer Revelation of Jesus Impossible breakthrough Victory in the battle Anointing in Ministry…
 
Dave continues our series on 1 Corinthians, Identity Confirmed through the lens of the Gospel. Dave talks about how we all have gifts, how Paul talks about earnestly desiring the higher gifts and not wanting to stay the way we are – and how the higher gifts aren’t always the ones we might imagine them to be. He also emphasises how we are nothing wi…
 
Rick Robertson of Jubilee Church Wirral on Daniel 6. Rick delves into the story of Daniel and the lions to remind us that we don’t have to hide our faith, that we need to be open about Jesus, step out and ask God to do miracles. He tells us that our lives are like a letter sent by Royal Mail!Jubilee Church Wirral
 
Dave Frodsham of Jubilee Church Wirral continues our series through 1 Corinthians, Identity Confirmed Through the Lens of the Gospel, looking at 1 Corinthians 12: 12-27. In Body Builders, Dave looks at how we are all gifted in different ways, how every gift is as important as any other and how we must not dismiss others’ or our own gifts as being o…
 
Denise Griffiths of Jubilee Church Wirral on Prophecy, focusing on 1 Corinthians 14:3. Denise talks about how words give the ability to communicate and to encourage but also to hurt. She also talks about the definition of prophecy, the content of prophecy and the testing of prophecy, and how prophets need to be willing to have their prophesies test…
 
Dave Frodsham: What shall we do? (Acts 2: 22-24; 36-37) Dave Frodsham of Jubilee Church Wirral on how God can change situations that don’t look they can be changed, and urges us to:– Face up to the truth– Confess our sin and believe in Jesus– Be baptised– Ask to be filled with the Spirit– Continue in faith. Dave talks about how being filled with th…
 
Dave Frodsham of Jubilee Church Wirral continues our series on 1 Corinthians, Identify Confirmed Through the Lens of the Gospel, by looking at the first 11 verses of Chapter 12. In ‘Ignorance is not bliss’, Dave tells us that: – We must not allow ourselves to be uninformed – Spiritual gifts are for the common good – We are empowered by the Spirit D…
 
Pete Klemperer on Philippians 2: 1-18: The power of unity. Pete makes and goes into detail on the following points: We belong to God and are united with Christ We are one in spirit and of one mind We have a message of eternal hope for the worldJubilee Church Wirral
 
Covering the full span of biblical history, Denis Knowles of Jubilee Church Wirral demonstrates that God gives us many opportunities to step up and care for those in need around us. Threading brilliant stories into his message, we are challenged to step forward in our own lives and follow Jesus in saying “YES! I am my brother’s keeper."…
 
Rick Robertson of Jubilee Church Wirral on Philippians 2: 1-11 and who Jesus is in our lives.Rick reminds us that Jesus is fully God, and that it’s fundamental to hold onto that truth, but asks us to consider what it meant for Jesus to come to meet us fully as a man?Jubilee Church Wirral
 
Dave Frodsham continues our Identity Confirmed Through the Lens of the Gospel series on 1 Corinthians by looking at 1 Corinthians 11:2-16. Dave looks into how head coverings had different cultural meanings in Biblical times, and how God made men and women different – but equal in Christ. Tim Keller said that “no-one talks about this outside the chu…
 
As part of youth takeover Sunday at Jubilee, Josh Frodsham, one of our senior youth members, preaches on the parable of the two sons, Matthew 21: 28-32. Josh talks about how the two sons represented the two types of people Jesus was preaching to at the time – the tax collectors and other sinners, and religious leaders and the self-righteous. Josh a…
 
So many people today are asking "Where is God? What is happening in our world?"Graham Anns of ChristCentral looks at 2 Kings 6:8-23, and explains why, as Christians, we have a hope.Graham goes into why we need to trust God in all circumstances. God is all-powerful – nothing is too difficult for Him. He has seen the bigger picture!…
 
Jubilee Church Wirral has partnered with Christians Against Poverty to open a new CAP debt centre in our home at The Jubilee Centre in Wallasey.Steve Haines, Church Partnership Manager (North of England) at Christians Against Poverty, speaks about who is going to be helped, how they are going to be helped, and what you can do to help.He explains wh…
 
Sylvia looks at Luke 8: 40-54, the story of how Jairus and how he waited patiently for Jesus to bring his daughter back to life. Jairus came to Jesus, asked Him for help, and trusted that He would give it. Sylvia talks about how we can learn from Jairus, and learn to give Jesus a chance to work not just with us, but with others too. We need to stif…
 
On Father’s Day 2022, Dave Frodsham looks at Matthew 6 v5-15 and shows us how Jesus encourages us to ask God for good things, to keep praying and not give up and to return to the Father.Dave also looks into how to pray and widely held beliefs about praying such as “you can only pray in certain places and about certain things.”…
 
Dave continues our series on Identity Confirmed through the lens of the Gospel with a look at 1 Corinthians 10:23-33: For the glory of God! Starting with his conclusions, Dave draws on Isaiah 6:3 and Psalm 19:1-3 and shows how Paul's message to the people of Corinth is just as relevant to us today: – The earth is the Lord’s– Whatever you do, do all…
 
Dave Frodsham looks at 1 Corinthians 10:1-22 as part of our series on Identity Confirmed through the lens of the Gospel. Dave shows how Paul gives us many “warnings from the wilderness” that are still important today, including being aware of temptation and remembering that participation with Christ is important.…
 
Guest speaker Mark Bowell of Jubilee Church Liverpool on Matthew 5:1-26: God’s upside down kingdom.Mark looks into how, in his first recorded sermon, Jesus spoke on practical issues such as anger, and dealing with issues that we struggle with on a day-by-day basis.Mark explains how we need to reverse our thinking in order to see characteristics lik…
 
Dave continues our series Identity Confirmed: Through the lens of the Gospel, looking at 1 Corinthians 9: 15-27. Dave looks at what reward actually is, the rights to reward and how we must run for our reward. Is living for eternity at the forefront of your mind or is it all about living for today or tomorrow?…
 
Pete Klemperer looks at Matthew 11:28-30.In this passage, Jesus says: “Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light.”Pete explains how God wants us to go to Him …
 
In Whose Rights, Dave Frodsham continues our series on Identity Confirmed through the lens of the gospel, looking at 1 Corinthians 9: 1-14. In our society, those who are paid the most are often entertainers – actors, sports stars and musicians – rather than the people who add most value to our lives and who we need, like doctors and teachers. Paul …
 
In Love Builds Up, Dave Frodsham continues our series on Identity Confirmed through the lens of the gospel, looking at 1 Corinthians 8: 1-13. Dave looks into why we must think of others in all our actions, and why causing others to sin, and tempting others to sin, is in itself sinning against Jesus. We must not be a stumbling block for others – we …
 
In Change how you see yourself too, Dave Frodsham continues our series on Identity Confirmed through the lens of the gospel, looking at 1 Corinthians 7: 17-40. Dave looks at how the Bible tells us to remain as we are but to see ourselves differently – not to be concerned about being a slave but knowing that we are slaves of righteousness.…
 
Dave Frodsham with the Jubilee Church Wirral Easter message for 2022. Dave looks at how resurrection turns everything on its head, and how Christ’s death on the cross is a sacrifice which comes from love – it’s a love story. The resurrection brings love and restores the relationship that we should have with God.…
 
Jeremy Simpkins, who leads ChristCentral – the group of churches which includes Jubilee – looks at the Feast of the Tabernacle in John 8:12, Revelations 1: 13 and Matthew 5:14-16.Jeremy looks into how how Jesus, the light of the world, illuminates the truth about us and Him.Through Jesus, we see our sins and how He has come to sacrifice himself to …
 
Rick looks into sharing our faith, using the story of the first disciples, whose testimonies are recounted in John 1: 29-42. Rick urges us to share our faith with others, pray that miracles will happen, expect God’s power to be working and, most importantly, look for opportunities to connect.Jubilee Church Wirral
 
Denise Griffiths of Jubilee Church Wirral with a fantastic Mother’s Day message which isn’t just for mums. It's for anyone who worries, for anyone who has a parent and for anyone who is loved by God. It's for all of us. Denise shares some jaw-dropping stories, inspirational and moving stories about her past and tales we can all relate to. Matthew 6…
 
Dave Frodsham of Jubilee Church Wirral, in Wallasey, on the thorny subject of divorce. Dave looks at 1 Corinthians 7: 10-24, looking at Jesus' teaching on divorce, why marriage is worth investing in and some interesting statistics regarding living together before getting married. Dave also talks about our attitude as a church towards divorce and th…
 
Guest speaker Charlotte Webb, of our sister church Jubilee Church Liverpool, speaks on the culture of growing. Charlotte looks at three areas we all need to be growing in: – Our hearts – The church – The kingdom Charlotte also challenges us to decide what kind of person we are and whether we ever step out of our comfort zones.…
 
In Principles for Marriage and Singleness, Dave Frodsham continues our series on Identity Confirmed through the lens of the gospel, looking at 1 Corinthians 7: 1-9. Dave asks what the following people have in common: John The Baptist, the apostle Paul, St Augustine, Leonardo Da Vinci, Vincent Van Gogh, Beethoven, Chopin, Isaac Newton, Jane Austen a…
 
Denis Knowles of Jubilee Church Wirral speaks about Caleb and his uncompromising faith. Denis shares his story of meeting Jesus after initially rejecting him in his 20s in the 1960s, meeting his wife after joining the fire service, and what led him to Christ.Jubilee Church Wirral
 
In Christian Freedom, Dave Frodsham continues our series on Identity Confirmed through the lens of the gospel, looking at 1 Corinthians 6:12-20. Dave looks at the thorny issue of sex, and why what we do with our bodies matters: It speaks of our commitment to God. We need to glorify God with our bodies.…
 
Dave Frodsham continues our series on Identity Confirmed through the lens of the Gospel, looking at 1 Corinthians 6:1-11. Dave looks at what Paul wrote about setting standards for Christian identity and living out what God has called us to be. In this passage, Paul deals with civil lawsuits among believers.…
 
Evangelist Mark Saunders asks us: Are you up for it? Do you want Jesus to stir up in you an urgency to see souls get saved? Because if you ask God to move in your life he’s going to give you divine appointments. And the bearing isn’t on your shoulders.Jubilee Church Wirral
 
Shirley Bowen of Christians Against Poverty (CAP) Wirral on how CAP helps people, in Wirral and all across the UK, to get out of debt.Founded in Bradford in 1996 by John Kirkby, CAP has been transforming lives ever since, working with people in financial difficulty, including those in need of bankruptcy or insolvency.…
 
Dave Frodsham continues our Identity Confirmed through the lens of the Gospel series with a look at 1 Corinthians 5:1-13: What defiles the church. Dave looks into how the Bible talks about immorality and pride defiling the church, how we need discipline and need to celebrate what Christ has done.Jubilee Church Wirral
 
Dave Frodsham continues our 'Identity confirmed through the lens of the Gospel' series with a look at 1 Corinthians 4:6-21: What to imitate. Dave looks at how Paul told us to imitate him and the apostles, as he and they imitated Jesus, and the areas in which we need to imitate Paul in our daily lives today.…
 
Graham Webb on a culture of grace: We are accepted because of Jesus’ track record. His grace is always sufficient for us. A culture of grace makes for a church of grace, which allows everyone to shine.Jubilee Church Wirral
 
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