Not to be served, but to serve – Sermon on Mark 10:35-45

A few years ago I worked in the call centre of a well known life assurance company. We dealt with queries regarding low cost life cover for the over 50s which most folk bought because Michael Parkinson promised them a free pen on the telly. One day I received a call from a gentleman who …

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Challenging fundamentalism, questioning orthodoxy.

This is a sermon I preached at Bainsford Parish Church, Falkirk, on 7th October 2018. I don’t know how many of you are parents. I have three children... well, I say children, they are all grown up now and my wife and I have the house to myself. However, I remember the days of having …

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Stop taking your ball home – A sermon on John 15:18-27

When you were a child did you ever play ball games with your friends? It could be football or catch or simply throwing a ball against a wall. Anyone who has done this, or played a game which uses a solitary piece of equipment with a group of others, has probably experienced the most archetypal …

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