Sermons by Rev. Scott McRoberts

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The TEST of Leadership (1 Timothy 3)

So, in the coming months, we’re going to choose a new Leadership Team. A team that will serve for three years, or until we’re a full status church, whichever comes first. A team who will take us through a £2 million building project for the church community centre at Dores Road; a union with our brothers and sisters at Dores & Boleskine and all of the relationship building involved in that; and the task of bringing us to maturity as a church family in the way we reach out, look out for each other, give, love, serve and pray.

Getting changed in Jesus (Ephesians 4:17-5:2)

Too many Christians are chameleons. They’ll blend right in with whatever environment they’re in. There will be nothing that makes them look distinct from the people or the culture that surrounds them. They think the same way, talk the same way, behave the same way.
A good many don’t realise that’s what they’re doing, because they haven’t given it much thought. Some are consciously doing it, because they’re hiding. They’re scared about the hits they might take if they stood out.

Growing up in Jesus (Ephesians 4:1-16)

Have you ever thought of the church as a community of people – a family, even – who are growing up together? Not standing still or settling, but continuing to grow in knowing Jesus better, grow in unity, and grow in this infinite fullness that life in Jesus brings? In Ephesians 4:1-16, Paul wants the young churches in and around Ephesus to grow up.

Peace in Jesus (Ephesians 2:11-22)

In Ephesians 2:11-22, we read that Jesus Christ brings peace – both vertically, with God – and horizontally, with one another. Pariti, in our video, is a great example of someone who discovered both kinds of miraculous peace in Jesus. That’s the incredible result of the life in Jesus that Paul has been spelling out in Ephesians.