This week I am joined by singer / songwriter Andrew Robinson where we discuss faith and belief and Andrew sings his song Believer.
This week we look at the story of the woman who washed Jesus’ feet with perfume as an act of worship shortly before Jesus was arrested and crucified. The song this week is called ‘Kiss Your Feet’ and is based on this week’s Bible story. Have a listen by clicking the ‘play’ button below.
Here is a video of a sermon I preached about how we can respond in a biblical way when faced with times of trouble. I delve into the Psalms and focus particularly on Psalm 27 and 13.
This week’s episode looks at the importance of unity amongst Christians and amongst the global Church. You can also hear an acoustic version of the song ‘Body on the Earth’ at the end of the podcast. Thanks for listening – please share it with your friends!
Here is a sermon I preached recently from 2 Peter about false teaching. Sobering, yet important thoughts at this time. Have a watch…
This week’s episode looks at the song ‘Cut My Heart’ and explores what the Bible means when it says ‘circumcise your hearts’. Have a listen . . .
This song was born out of a deep desire and desperation for an increase of the presence of God in my life as well as in my church. It is a heart-cry, a yearning, one that can only be satisfied by the presence of the one true living God. More of you Lord, more of […]
We all go through seasons in life that will be challenging and painful. Watch this sermon I preached and find out how God is wanting you to grow and flourish even through the trials. I hope you are blessed and encouraged today!
Beautiful Rain is a poetic song I wrote with my friend, Diane Devine. It started off as her original idea and she invited me to come alongside and help her finish it off. I like the metaphorical elements of the song – something that is not used very much in worship songwriting these days – […]
This song is the last track on the album ‘Fly’. It is a lament and prayer designed to sing in times of trouble and trial. That despite the hardship and the suffering, we still cry out to God for help and for comfort. Beautiful in its simplicity and stripped back nature of the recording (which […]