Making Jesus known in Edmonton, London.

Recent Bible Talks…

How to ask (Luke 11v5-13)

How should we approach God in prayer? Jesus encourages us to Be Bold Beggars of a Generous Giver Asking gets answers. As we pray how Jesus teaches us to pray, we can boldly approach the throne of grace, because of who we come through and because of who we come to. Be bold to the…

Something worth everything (Acts 20v24)

As we commission Alex & Susannah Maclean to their work in East Africa, Acts 20v24 reminds us of the value and worth of the good news of God’s grace. It’s a gospel (worth everything you have) to keep believing to keep speaking Are we willing, with Paul, to consider our lives worth nothing in order to…

What to ask first

Back in the school of asking, Jesus teaches us to be pancake pray-ers. When we think about asking, it’s normally all about ME. Jesus teaches to get first things first and flip our asking upside down. The priorities of prayer are that God would be… Honoured as Holy Obeyed as King As we become pancake…

Who we ask

Through Jesus the Son, His disciples have a family relationship with the God of the Universe. They call Him: “Father.” That means we should; Ask Dependently Ask Confidently If we get a hold of this incredible truth about our relationship with God, it will transform the way we pray…

Asking the Asker how to Ask

Welcome to the School of Asking! Luke 11 encourages us to go back to school. Disciples of Jesus are those who learn from Him. One of the things we need to learn is how to pray – and in the Lord’s Prayer, praying is asking. At the School of Asking we… Learn how to ask…

For the sake of His holy Name (Ezekiel 36v16-38)

All humanity is infected with a deadly disease – “Me-centronitus” It’s this kind of attitude which makes us spiritually filthy in God’s sight. And yet He saves His people. Why? For the sake of His holy Name. Ezekiel 36 finds it’s fulfillment in Jesus, the One whose name means “God saves.” Jesus is the one…

When Death Draws Near (Gen 50)

Chapter 50 of Genesis confronts us with two deaths. Jacob and Joseph. This chapter leads us to the Christian hope in death that Jesus, the greater Joseph, gives to those who trust in him. When death comes near and Christian can say: We have a son who will carry us home We have a son…