What About Them?

What About Them?

In the instagram age comparison can be a huge challenge, but it’s nothing new. Pastor Steffan turns to Jesus, Peter and John’s exchange in John 21, and draws out the answer for comparison - don’t stare and compare, just follow Jesus.

Context is for Kings

Context is for Kings

1 Chronicles starts with a long genealogy section, which is something we might be tempted to skip over. But in this message Pastor Heulwen explores how we find here a clue to our story, and to the narrative of all humanity, as we realise our context is found in community.

The Way of the Brave

The Way of the Brave

Compassion is an organisation we love at 21CC, that is committed to releasing children from poverty in Jesus name. For Compassion Sunday 2019 we were privileged to have Luke Gratton with us, who is the head of partnerships over Wales, the Midlands and Ireland; and at the 6pm he brought this great message from Judges 6 on the way of the brave.

Tough Mind, Tender Heart

Tough Mind, Tender Heart

Jesus has given us a mission to fulfil, and in Matthew 10:16 he lets us know that the mission will require the shrewdness of the serpent and the innocence of the dove. In this message, Pastor Steffan unpacks this principle. This is a mission that requires a tough mind and a tender heart.

The Physicality of Spirituality

The Physicality of Spirituality

God calls us to worship Him with our bodies as well as our hearts, but in the modern Church, what does that look like? In this message Pastor Heulwen challenges us to get physical, as she unpacks what the Bible has to say on the physicality of spirituality.

He’s Got the keys! (Easter 2019)

He’s Got the keys! (Easter 2019)

In this Easter message Pastor Steffan looks at the depiction of the risen, victorious Jesus we see in Revelation 1 v 12-18, who holds the keys to death and hades, and how that is very good news for all.

Being With Jesus Changes You

Being With Jesus Changes You

The Christian life calls us to be people who change the world, but it first requires a change in us. In this message, Pastor Heulwen turns to Acts 4 to look at the disciples Peter and John, and how being with Jesus changed them, and can change us too.