The Power of Anger

Stephen looks at the contrasts between someone who is quick to anger and someone who does not get angry at all, and argues that neither of these is biblical. All of us should be angry at something - there is power in a biblically-based righteous anger that is a response to a threat against something or someone we love. Stephen demonstrates that God’s righteous anger is simply a reflection of his great love for us.

Three tents

Genesis 12:1-9. Rev Dr Jim Thompson discusses Abram’s relocation from Haran to Canaan. Firstly, he looks at where Abram pitched his tent; secondly, where Lot, Abram’s nephew, pitched his, and finally, he looks at the Tent of Meeting in the tabernacle.


James 1. Rev Kenneth Crowe uses the illustration of a ‘no-frills’ airline to challenge us not to simply be ‘consumers’ when it comes to church, but members of Christ’s body who are commited to serve and bear the cost of discipleship.

Palm Sunday

Matthew 21:1- 17. The Very Rev Dr Ian McNie examines the account of Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem. While the enthusiasm from the crowd was shallow and the opposition from the religious leaders was revealing, there was a firmness from Jesus that was convincing.