John Stott shows the primary purpose of prayer is not to just request things for ourselves and our loved ones, but to have the glory and purposes of God first and foremost in mind. He explains Pharasaical prayer, pagen prayer and Christian prayer. 
Published 12/26/21
John Stott sits in the upper room with Christ and hears Him pray for the truth of the church, the holiness of the church, the mission of the church and the unity of the church.
Published 12/19/21
John Stott unpacks the scriptural qualifications for a church leaders. He shows the things that should not be present in a leader as well as the requirements for eligability.
Published 12/12/21
John Stott explains that the health of the local church depends on the quality of its leaders. He shows that pastoral leadership was always God's purpose, that it may take different forms and should consist of a team and not a single leader.
Published 12/05/21
John Stott explains why the healing of the lame man in Acts 3 was recorded, what Luke wanted his readers to learn from it and what lessons it has for us today.
Published 11/28/21
John Stott carefully analyses the miraculous healing of the lame man recorded in Acts 3. John asks why that particular event was recorded and whether we should expect miraculous healing today.
Published 11/21/21
John Stott explains what the apostle Paul meant about slaves and masters in the context of his day. John also shows us how to identify false teachers and begins to set out the basis of how we should handle our money as Christians. 
Published 11/14/21
John Stott explains what the apostle Paul meant about slaves and masters in the context of his day. John also shows us how to identify false teachers and begins to set out the basis of how we should handle our money as Christians.
Published 11/07/21
John Stott describes the certainty of Christ's return even though its timing cannot be predicted. He warns of the need to be ready for when Christ returns. 
Published 10/31/21
John Stott uses Scripture to dismantle the objections often raised against the return of Jesus. John shows why Christ's return is the only event Christ predicted that is yet to be fulfilled. 
Published 10/24/21
John Stott outlines from whom the invitation is sent; to whom it is addressed; what Jesus offers and what He asks from us.
Published 10/17/21
John Stott shows us how the heavy burdens we carry in life can be taken from us when we trust Jesus Christ. John explains that in its place we take the light burden of obedience to Christ as our Lord.
Published 10/10/21
John Stott uses the 'Lord's prayer' as a template for our prayer life showing that we can only bring our prayers to God as our Father when we have become His children through faith in Christ.
Published 10/03/21
John Stott explains how praying is the Christian's greatest privilege. He warns us from Scripture how not to pray and encourages us as to how we should pray. 
Published 09/26/21
John Stott takes us to the Last Supper as Jesus explains to His disciples the significance of the bread and wine. John explains what Jesus meant when He asked for the cup [of suffering] to be taken from Him and why Jesus was forsaken by His Father. 
Published 09/19/21
John Stott explains why God cannot simply forgive our misdemeanours, as we would forgive one another, and why it was necessary for Jesus to die for us on the cross.
Published 09/12/21
John Stott shows how as Christians we can put the cross of Christ between the devil and our conscience. But he also shows how it is possible to deaden our conscience to what God says which is what is meant by blasphemy against the Holy Spirit.
Published 09/05/21
John Stott shows us that our conscience is what makes us different from the animal kingdom. He explains the place of our conscience in Christian conversion, Christian relationships and Christian maturity.
Published 08/29/21
John Stott shows us how we need to use our minds in order to worship God. He also shows us that using our mind is necessary when we place our faith in Him for salvation and encourages us to repent of 'anti-intellectualism' in our Christian life. 
Published 08/22/21
John Stott explains that the mind is the central citadel of the human personality that directs our human operations. He sets God's purpose for us to think before we act against the current trend of emptying our minds in order to meditate.
Published 08/15/21
John Stott shows us that if marriage is seen as a blessing, singleness should not be seen as a curse. He warns against believing that singleness makes us more spiritual and explains why it should not result in us being alone.
Published 08/08/21
John Stott examines the two statements of scripture: "It is not good for the man to be alone" Gen.1:18 and "It is good for a man not to marry" 1 Cor.7:8 and gives a frank and Biblical view on singleness.
Published 08/01/21
John Stott shows us that the message of Luke's gospel is good news of salvation, affecting both our past - through forgiveness of sins, and our future - by the giving of the Holy Spirit to indwell us every day. 
Published 07/25/21
John Stott shows us that if we have been born again we will manifest the nature of the God who has begotten us again and we should exhibit the love of the God we claim to know.
Published 07/11/21