Luke: Noah, Lot, Vultures and the Kingdom of GodLuke
This week Andy Smith takes us through Luke 17: 20-37 and teaches us what living in the Kingdom of God should look like.
Luke: The Ten LepersLuke
This week Catha Burnside teaches what appropriate gratitude and faith look like as she takes us through Luke 17: 11-19, the story of the ten lepers.
Luke: Contending for Community – Part 2Luke
Join us as Andy Smith continues to take us through Luke 17: 1-10. This week we will be looking at radical forgiveness and its importance in developing a healthy community.
Luke: Contending for Community – Part 1Luke
This week Andy Smith teaches from Luke 17:1-10. Join us as we explore the importance of healthy community in our lives.
Luke: The Rich Man & LazarusLuke
This week we are continuing our series in the book of Luke. Join us as Alan Carson takes us through Luke 16:14-31.
Luke: The Shrewd ManagerLuke
This week we are continuing our series in the book of Luke. Join us as Andy Smith takes us through Luke 16:1-13.
Luke: Becoming Mothers and FathersLuke
This week we are continuing our series in the book of Luke. Join us as Andy Smith takes us through Luke 15:11-32.
Luke: An Awkward Meal and the Great BanquetLuke
This week we are continuing our series in the book of Luke. Join us as Andy Smith takes us through Luke 14:1-24.
Luke: Go Tell That FoxLuke
Today’s message from the gospel of Luke reminds us that we don’t have to be distracted, disheartened or defeated. Jesus has so much more for us if we are willing to receive.
This sermon was given by Harmony Smith.
Luke: Communication, Clarity, Family Business & The Kingdom of GodLuke
Welcome to BCV. Today we will be continuing on in our series in Luke’s Gospel, and will be dipping into Luke 13:18-35. In this passage Jesus begins to teach on the Kingdom of God, and, as always in Luke, invites us to live our lives there. Jesus warns us that we must choose Him and His kingdom, and asks us if we are ready to enter in. We also see the urgency and threat that is beginning to envelop Jesus’ ministry. He is on his way to Jerusalem, and to the cross. As we worship and consider the words of Jesus to us, it is an opportunity to let our hope expand as we remember his goodness, his mercy, and the potency of his Kingdom that we can live in now.
This sermon was given by Andy Smith.