Adrian interviewed on BBC London Easter 2014

This morning I popped out of Church near the beginning of our second service to be interviewed for BBC London. I thank God for a great morning at Jubilee, and I was glad that I was also able to speak about the real meaning of Easter to many who were not in church today: … [Read more...]

Let’s Make Every Sunday Resurrection Sunday

This article was posted on the Crossway Blog, the publishers of my book Raised With Christ. Sunday’s Coming! This week, the attention of every Christian begins to turn towards the vibrant celebration that Easter Sunday will be. Even as we approach Good Friday, we do so with the sure and certain knowledge that, to quote the old preacher, “Sunday’s coming!” Echoing 1 Corinthians 15, John Stott writes, “Christianity is in its very essence a resurrection religion. The concept of … [Read more...]

I believe in Jesus: A Sermon on the Trinity and the Resurrection

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The following sermon was preached on Sunday 30 March in Northwood Church in Keller, Texas. Encouragingly there was a number of gospel responses afterwards. You can watch the video here, or download the audio and a powerpoint file from the church's website. Some brief notes follow the video here. UPDATE: I have also since preached a version of this sermon that went into more detail on the Trinity Sermon Notes I believe in God the Father, Almighty, Maker of heaven and earth. And in … [Read more...]

Video of Adrian appearing on Ed Stetzer’s The Exchange

Ed Stetzer was out of the country, so my old friend Micah Fries was the interviewer when I appeared on The Exchange. We spoke about blogging, the prime importance of the church, the priesthood of all believers, and the centrality of the resurrection. I really enjoyed the interview. My friend Rice Broocks also appeared on the show, and we discussed God's Not Dead. If you want to just watch the segment about God's Not Dead see the video embedded on my review post. You can watch the video … [Read more...]

BBC London transcript

Here is a transcript of me speaking about Resurrection on BBC Radio London. The audio is also available. Presenter: So, today is Easter Sunday. Some consider it to be the most important date in the Christian calendar. Adrian Warnock is the author of Raised with Christ. He is one of the leaders at Jubilee Church in Enfield, and joins me to remind us of the significance of Easter. Good morning. Adrian: Good morning. Presenter: Great to have you. Jubilee Church, not one I’m familiar … [Read more...]

An Easter Dramatic Reading

Yesterday as part of our Easter celebration at Jubilee, we also had the following dramatic reading: … [Read more...]

Adrian speaking about the Resurrection on BBC London

This morning it was a real delight to appear on BBC London, a popular radio station serving the whole city. Jumoke Fashola was the host and with their kind permission I am able to share the audio of our interview below. The rest of the program can be streamed on the BBC site (I am on around 1 hour 48 minutes), or you can follow Jumoke on Twitter. … [Read more...]

A Good Friday Sermon

Other useful Easter resources: Did Jesus rise from the dead? I believe in Jesus: a sermon on the Trinity and the Resurrection A Good Friday Sermon A sermon on Jesus' Resurrection and its implications for us (Romans 4:25) At Jubilee Church I preached yesterday's sermon.  Here are some notes from the sermon with some extra material woven in. Earlier today on Twitter somebody asked why people would wish each other a "happy" Good Friday. It begs the question why we even call the … [Read more...]

What is a Christian?

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I believe it is very important that we broaden our definition of Christian, but at the same time narrow our definition of Evangelical. Very often people confuse the two these days. The Evangelical movement has always been a movement within the wider Christian movement. Often it has been accused of believing that only other Evangelicals are really Christians. It is no wonder then, that some today do not like it when people suggest they are probably not an Evangelical. The latest in a long line of … [Read more...]

The one question atheists can't answer: "How do you live without hope?"

I have been following my friend Peter Saunders series of posts based on 20 Questions Atheists Struggle to answer. It is an interesting series, and in it he attempts to engage with a group who simply don't understand Christians. I am glad to see that the age-old craft of apologetics is far from dead. But there is one question he didn't ask that to me at least is the most critical: "How do you live without hope?" I have lived now for more than 41 years. This is easily long enough to realize that … [Read more...]


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