September 8, 2019

Six months ago today I took my last chemotherapy infusion. My recovery continues but medically things look good. Here is some more of my story which you can watch on Facebook Live or right here: Read more

September 8, 2019

Spiritual struggle and affliction is all over the Bible. Such wrestling is not complete in an instant, it can take decades. The journey is not only about the destination. No shortcut replaces the long fight, victories and defeats en route. How can we better help fellow travellers? There are many answers to that question, but I want to share some thoughts today that lead really to the ultimate answer. The one the ancient sufferer Job finally got when he met… Read more

June 17, 2019

Sometimes we don’t pray because we don’t feel in need. Other times we don’t pray because suffering has so worn us down that we have lost hope that God will actually act to change our situations. To be honest at different points in my life I have fallen into both traps. All too often we see prayer as simply an opportunity for us to ask God for something. If we feel like we already have everything we need, then why… Read more

June 11, 2019

Are you fascinated by Jesus?  Do you want to learn more about him? Do you want to know him? If so then I have just the sermon here for you to watch. I will reveal my name to my people, and they will come to know its power. —Isaiah 52:6, message Who do you follow? You do have a master. You get to choose. If it’s not Jesus then it’s another one. People sometimes claim that they are their own boss…. Read more

May 20, 2019

Prayer is not merely an invitation it is a command. Jesus does not merely suggest a way of life to us. He commands us to learn to really follow him. But his commands are not burdensome. So far in this series we have covered the commands of Jesus regarding how we are to relate to him.  So it is natural then for us to move onto what he teach us about prayer. Today’s article is adapted from a chapter in… Read more

May 15, 2019

“A beautiful summary of the history and heart of International Day at Jubilee Church London, created by the beautiful, lovely and very talented Tamasin Warnock” Kemi Koleoso My daughter has released the following amazing video which she produced as part of her coursework at university. It tells the story of the church I have attended since 1995 and our International Day. I hope this will inspire you with how celebrating diversity and unity is a big part of what church… Read more

May 14, 2019

‘Some say that you’re a Christian, so you shouldn’t feel depressed. But I guess, they haven’t read the Psalms in depth’ Nizam Speaks  “The LORD heals the brokenhearted and bandages their wounds” (Psalm 147:3, NLT) Nizam is a friend of mine. He has a firm and deep Christian faith, and is an inspirational spoken word artist.  I have shared one of his modern poetry performances before on here. Nizam also suffers from depression. This week is Mental Health Awareness week… Read more

May 6, 2019

The sudden death of popular Christian blogger Rachel Held Evans at age 37 has shocked the English speaking Church online. Rachel was a mother, wife, author, and our sister in Christ. Earth has lost a strong voice. Heaven has gained a daughter of the King. Rachel’s death at such a young age reminds us all that we cannot assume we will live on Earth for ever. Are we ready to meet our Lord as she now has? We grieve for… Read more

April 2, 2019

His father lost to suicide, Leo turned to London youth drug culture. Jesus had a different plan, and suddenly interrupted his life. Instead of a journey that might have ended in prison or worse, Leo is now the Youth Pastor at Jubilee Church London. You can watch Leo’s story in the video below. Today there is much concern about knife crime, drugs, and gangs. Jesus and His Church can totally turn lives upside down. It is a story told over… Read more

March 24, 2019

The UK is in crisis over Brexit.   We are split more thoroughly on this than I can ever remember us being split about anything in my lifetime. As Christians, we pray for the future of our nation at this time. But I also think we have a responsibility to try to understand the perspective of people we disagree with. We should not be so partisan as to refer to those on the other side of the argument to us… Read more

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