Sermons by Jonathan Morley

The Foolish Message of The Cross

Reading from 1 Corinthians 18-31, Jonathan encourages us that: God’s wisdom and power look different; God chooses and uses the weak and foolish things; We can make our boast in God and the Gospel.  The message of the cross is foolish to the world but is it the power of God for Salvation to all who believe.

He loves us at our worst

On this Resurrection Sunday, Jonathan encourages us that Jesus didn’t die for us in our best bits, but in our worst and weakest moments. When we embrace the reality and severity of that Good Friday we can truly rejoice in Resurrection Sunday. Colossians 2:13-14 Romans 5:6-11 (Click ‘details’ first to activate link then click this link…

Coming home to the Father

God is our good, good Father. This morning, Jonathan encourages us in the extravagant love of the Father.  His love doesn’t force but it does follow. He gives of Himself that we may know Him, come to our senses and come home to the Father. Luke 15:11-31,

Fishers of Men

We are believing to see God’s salvation at work in our lives. Jesus is inviting us to let Him in our boat, to let Him direct our boat and to fill the boat as we work together by God’s grace and provision to see many saved. He is calling as Fishers of Men. Luke 5:1-1  

Pray and Display

Reading from Colossians 4:2-6, Jonathan encourages us to be a people who ‘Pray and Display’. To pray thankful prayers believing for God for great things and to display and bear witness to Christ in wise walking and seasoned speech.