In this sermon, delivered at the Lonehill Village Church on Sunday 24th June 2018, I spotlight prophecy in the book of Acts and then extend the subject into the church of our day. Although by no means a comprehensive Bible study, this message includes insights from Paul’s treatment of prophecy in 1 Corinthians 14.
Following THIS post on a rather contraversial theological statement made recently, Dr. Christopher Peppler (a.k.a. Dad) gives a summary with some extra details followed by a question and answer session with me (a.k.a. daughter/admin/non-theologian). I do hope you enjoy it and take up the challenge with me at the end of this podcast.
Unfortunately, it’s not only atheists, secular agnostics and so on who denigrate the Bible, it’s also several well-meaning ‘Christians’. Listen to Dr Christopher Peppler explore this topic in the latest TruthTalks summary and question and answer session. If you would like to read the original article, click HERE, or
In this sermon (and I apologise for the not great audio quality in places) Dr Christopher Peppler looks at the life of Hezekiah. The first few minutes were not recorded, however, this is the background to the life of Hezekiah and describes what his father had done before Hezekiah became king. If you would like
Bezalel was an ordinary man who did something truly extraordinary – he crafted the tabernacle and everything inside it. You don’t have to be a king or queen or ruler or anything other than “normal” to do something of immense significance. Last week Dr Christopher Peppler preached on this at the Village church, so
In this TruthTalk, Dr Christopher Peppler, covers the last two posts he wrote concerning Spiritual Warfare. If you missed them, and would like to read them, you can find them here: Spiritual Warfare: Does the Church need to be Delivered from this? and,
We are living in a world where many regard truth as a quaint concept with little practical relevance. Yet, despite this, or perhaps because of this, people choose to become dogmatically committed to ideas that have little relationship to fact, logic, or divine revelation. However, in this TruthTalk (a follow-up to last weeks
In this sermon, delivered at the Lonehill Village Church on Sunday 8th April 2018, I trace the life of Barnabas from Acts 4 to Acts 15. Barnabas’ life is an example of how we should be encouragers instead of critics, but his story also contains vital truths concerning Christian leadership. In essence, all leaders,
Dad (Dr Christopher Peppler) and I discuss depression and how Christians can deal with it. So if you, or anyone you know is suffering from this malady then this TruthTalk could be very helpful to you. Listen now by clicking the play button below and do subscribe (buttons at the top of the
To be dependent on the Holy Spirit is firstly, to enable us to live Jesus-manifesting lives in terms of our witness, values, priorities and general life-styles (Fruit of the Spirit) and secondly, to enable us to minister to others, in the power of the Holy Spirit (Gifts of the Spirit). Our dependence on The