Sermons on Colossians

Transformed but work to do

Reading from Colossians 3:1-11 Peter encourages us to set our minds on the things above. We have been transformed through the work of Christ, but there is still work to do as Paul challenges the church to cast off its old self and put on the new. Listen in to find out more.

Permeating Prayer

As we begin looking at the book of Colossians, Jonathan reads Paul’s greeting, opening thanks and prayer. We are encouraged to follow Paul’s example of living a life permeated with prayer that overflows into all we do.

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…

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.