“The ‘gift of life,’ God’s special gift, is no less beautiful when it is accompanied by illness or weakness, hunger or poverty, mental or physical handicaps, loneliness or old age. Indeed, at these times, human life gains extra splendor as it requires our special care, concern and reverence. It is in and through the weakest of human vessels that the Lord continues to reveal the power of His love.”

Paul, in his letter to the Romans tells us, “None of us lives as his own master and none of us dies as his own master. While we live, we are responsible to the Lord, and when we die, we die as His servants. Both in life and in death, we are the Lord’s” (Romans 14:7-8).


By Andy Richards, () on July 19, 2015 as part of the Encounters with Jesus series.
19th July 2015. In light of the private members bill being presented to Parliament in September, Andy preaches on some of the issues surrounding the topic of euthanasia.

Feeling Guilty? The Promise of Freedom

By Joy Kirk, () on November 8, 2015 as part of the Topical series.
8th November 2015. Philippians 3:2-14