Jonathan Wright looks at the question of identity and behaviour within the Church and what we can learn from Paul's letter to the Colossians when we are asked to put on new clothes, withe the challenge of how we can grapple with forgiveness.
Jonathan Wright looks at Paul's challenge to the Colossian Church- the notion that they needed Jesus+ In one of the most glorious passages of scripture, Paul shows his readers why Jesus Christ is all sufficient.
Jonathan Wright looks at the contemporary story of US serviceman Justin Watt and relates it to a difficult situation in 1 Corinthians 5, where Paul advises the Church how to deal with a man caught in an incestuous relationship. The theme of Grace comes through strongly as well as having the courage to take tough decisions to protect the integrity of the Church.
Jonathan Wright looks at the story of Noah and the Flood and examines the parallels between that great Biblical story and the the Gospel of Jesus Christ, which promises rescue and salvation from judgment.
This week we look at the first murder in the Bible where Cain takes the life of Abel.
Marco Uliana asks how we should respond to the grace that God showed with a simple question of choice- do we trust and obey or do we instead go our own way?
Marco Uliana continues us on in our series in Genesis and invites us to imagine the World that John Lennon paints in his song Imagine looking at the Creation, the World to come and the World in between.