Sermons by Jonathan Morley

DOTF: Prayer, Devotion and Reading Scripture

Have you brushed your teeth this morning? Beginning a series on the Disciplines of the faith, Jonathan encourages us to grow in the healthy habits and disciplines of the faith. This morning the discipline of prayer, devotion and reading scripture are explored. Please accept our apologies for the quality of this recording, it was due…

GWIFG – Free to forgive

Joseph was beaten betrayed and sold as a slave, yet years later he can declare to his brother,’ You intended to harm me, but intended it for good’. To say a statement like that is only fully possible you have forgiven and forgiven deeply. Listen in to find out more.

GWIFG – Favour that follows

Joseph was beaten, betrayed and sold as a slave, yet the Lord was with Joseph and showed him favour and loving kindness. As he fled from temptation he found himself in prison yet even there the Lord was with him. Wherever we find ourselves in life, be it the pit, prison or the palace, the…

GWIFG – Fallen from Favour

This morning, reading from Genesis 37, Jonathan begins a new series looking at the life of Joseph and how God worked it for good. If you think your family dynamics are dysfunctional, you should check out Jospehs’s! Yet was able to work amidst the rich compost of human life to work his will. Though it…

Jesus is in the boat

Reading from Mark 4:35-41, Jonathan encourages us that in the midst of the storms of life: Jesus is in the boat, Jesus is at peace and Jesus is on a mission to see us through to the other side. Listen in to find out more…

The Seed of the Kingdom

The seed of the Kingdom is powerful and is able to accomplish that for which it is sown. This morning, Jonathan shares some insights and encouragement from two parables which Jesus told about the seed of the kingdom. Listen in to find out more. (Mark 4:26-34)

Palm Sunday

In this Palm Sunday message, Jonathan, asks the questions of our lives, ‘Is Jesus King for a day (or certain days), or King of all our days?’. Listen in to find out more… (Matthew 21:1-17)