Commissioned for Purpose

Our Jubilee 4R Vision

Raj Saha | Sun, 24th Sep 2017

Letting God be God and allowing his Gospel to shape us, results in a life sent with purpose and meaning. The church is God’s glorious plan to reveal His grace and hope to a world in need. Jesus declared His manifesto as He read out these famous words from an ancient scripture as he kicked of His ministry on earth. It was a foresight into what the Kingdom of God could look like through the church. They were life and breath to people who heard…..They still are to us! As you listen to this sermon please consider your part in Gods great jigsaw, your role in the adventure ahead. Thank you Jubilee. You are amazing!

More from this series:

Honouring God in the workplace
Genesis 2 v5,15,19 & 3 v17-18
18th Feb 2018

In the Gospels and Acts more ‘action’ takes place in the marketplace (workplace) than anywhere else. Your workplace is your calling from God. How does your work fit into God’s provision for humanity and how can you honour Jesus in your working day?

Neville Kelvey-Brown, Miriam Maude
A Heart Thing
11th Feb 2018

In Romans, Paul exhorts the church that 'in view of God’s mercy, to offer [their] bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and pleasing to God'. He described this as their 'true and proper worship'. Worshipping God is a huge theme in the bible and a foundational aspect of our Christian Walk. But what is the bible big view of extravagant worship? What does a life of worship look like? How does it change our life? How does it declare the Gospel of grace? Check out Andy Colclough, worship leader at Jubilee Church Teesside, as he unpacks this fundamental privilege!

Andy Colclough
Getting Older
Running the Race
Hebrews 12: 1-2
4th Feb 2018

Phil & Sally Hillsdon from King's Church Darlington, join us this morning, to share about living faithfully in every season of life. The apostle Paul encourages the readers of Hebrews to 'run with perseverance the race marked out for us, fixing our eyes on Jesus...'

Phil Hillsdon, Sally Hillsdon
The Rest of God
Exodus 20: 8-11
28th Jan 2018

In a world of depression, anxiety, stress and burnout never has Gods grace gift of Sabbath Rest been more welcome. How is this ancient practice relevant today? Is it really practical? What does Jesus say about it as he applies it to his New Covenant context? How does it relate to God’s mission and the church?

Raj Saha