David Akerman | 05/02/18

The Abuse of Power is often a topic that we relate to people in public office or positions of significnat institutional influence. However, Jesus taught his disciples to be more concerned with how they used power, influence and position in their own day-to-day lives. The verses we looked at were Matthew 20:20-25. How do you use your Power Button?

Podcasts | Preaches on the go

You can catch up with recent sermons here, recorded at our different congregations. Please visit iTunes and search for lifechurchwarrington to listen or download the catalogue of teaching series.

Pastor Dave Akerman: The Holy Spirit Is No Optional Extra (Acts 19:1-7) | 8/10/17

Dave preached about the work of the Holy Spirit in the life of the Christian.

Graeme Baird: Courage or Comfort | 07/01/18

The disciple of Jesus called Peter shows us that to follow Jesus we may often need to reject the comfortable life and walk with courage towards whatever challenging place Jesus’ may take us.

Four: Eleven

In the book of Ephesians, the fourth chapter, and beginning at the eleventh verse, Paul talks about how Jesus’ ministry was divided into five roles when He returned to heaven, the role of Apostle, Prophet, Pastor, Teacher and Evangelist. And when the people who God raises up in every generation to fulfil these roles are operating in their role, we begin to see a glimpse of Jesus’ ministry in action. But their potential and God’s purpose for these ministries are never reached unless the people in these roles equip people in local churches to do the same, so that their knowledge and gifting replicated in the wider church. Therefore, five times a year, we bring among us someone who is known to operate in each respective role to come and speak to our people, so that at LifeChurch we will see the apostolic, prophetic, evangelistic, pastoral, and teaching ministry of Jesus released and matured among us.