Welcome to our online podcast messages, where you can listen to the latest Sunday message or catch up on one you missed. We pray you are encouraged in your walk with God as you listen.
Church legend Bernard Burrows shares some of the history of Sutton Elms Baptist Church. For more details check out the church history page
On our Church anniversary, Jonathan shares on the importance of remembering the faithfulness of God and building history with Him. As we look back on the faithfulness of God, throughout history may our hearts be encouraged to see His faithfulness today and in tomorrow’s history.
Jesus desires us to live in a place of rest – His rest, His Presence. A place prepared for us to which we are invited. Will you enter His rest today?
Just as Isaac reopened the wells of his father that had been blocked up, in what ways have ‘wells’ in our own life been blocked up? Jesus said that wells of living water will bubble up from within. May our lives be open to receive His living water. What new wells are waiting to be discovered?
God gives us free will that we may choose Him and His ways. He is our perfect Father and we can trust His will for our lives. Listen in to find out more…
At our Traditional Harvest service, Dave shares about the message of Hope that we carry. Listen in to find out more Matt 9:23-38
The name of Jesus isn’t a tag on we use to signal an end to our prayers. It is the name above all names, the only name we have been given by which we must be saved. We have been called as ambassadors of Christ to speak into and over situations in the mighty name of Jesus…
If Jesus is the true vine, what are the valse vines in our lives? The Father prunes our lives that we may be more fruitful. But this only happens as we remain and abide in Jesus.
Jesus is not a way, a truth, and a life. He is the way, the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through Him. Jesus is not a bouncer on the door keeping people out but one who has made a way for all to come. Listen in to find out more…
Mat unpacks Jesus’ statement, “I am the resurrection and the life”, giving us three contexts for this promise.