Be Equipped Talks

 

 

6. What Is The Purpose Of The Local Church? - Matthew Cliff 17/03/2021


Have you ever asked yourself the question - why do I go to Church? Or why do we go to Church? Many people, week by week, turn up to this building but do we ever stop to ask - why am I doing this? What is my purpose for coming here? 
 

5. The life of William Tyndale - Matthew Cliff 26/11/2020

 
William Tyndale was an English scholar who became a prominent figure in the Protestant Reformation. Tyndale lived most of his adult life on the run before being executed at the age of 40. His crime? – translating the Bible into English. Join us as we hear of how Tyndale’s courage, persistence and ultimately his love for his Saviour can be a striking example and encouragement to believers today.


 
 

4. A Christian perspective on abortion - Dave Brennan 16/09/2020

 
In 2018 there were 205,295 abortions in the UK and approximately 40-50 million abortions worldwide. This is one of the most controversial topics in the world today. Yet despite the numbers, the evangelical Church in the UK has remained largely silent. Leaders included.
 
 
 


3. What is the Gospel? - Matthew Cliff 03/06/2020

 
The Apostle Paul writes that the ‘Gospel’ is the power for salvation (Rom 1:16). Therefore, if salvation depends on this Gospel, surely it is paramount we have the correct understanding of what this Gospel is? In this session we will take a closer look at what the Gospel message consists of and how this message shapes the life of both a believer and a Church.
 
 
15/01/2020
Matthew Cliff
Many topics whether ethical or doctrinal appear complex and overwhelming. Tragically, this means that many Christians shy away from these types of topics. However, in this session we will seek to demonstrate how having a clear method can be beneficial in helping reduce and navigate through some of this complexity.
20/11/2019
Matthew Cliff
Nowadays authority appears to be a despised word. However, everyone, whether they are aware or unaware live with a certain authority that controls the decisions they make. Christians are no different. Therefore, in this session we examine the primary authority source for Evangelical Christians – the Bible.

 

Matthew Cliff, 05/02/2020