A celebration of Church Leadership

Jeremy Simpkins | Sun, 23rd Mar 2014

Jeremy speaks to us as Soroush is recognised as an Elder of Jubilee Church Teesside.

More from this series:

Guest Speakers
Digging Ditches
2 Kings 3: 14-19; Acts 2
18th Mar 2018

The word revival is back on the lips again of people in Newfrontiers and beyond! There’s a deep sense of faith, a call to prayer and a longing that God's compassion and power is released in the land. Our prayer meetings and preaching are lining up with the expectations that God is going to move again with power across this nation.

Jeremy Simpkins
Guest Speakers
Pressing into Jesus
Fighting your way through
Mark 5:24-34
16th Jul 2017

On a return visit to Jubilee, guest speaker, Andy Ball from Turkey, presents a dramatic reconstruction of Jesus' healing of the sick woman who had suffered from bleeding for 12 years. Through this story, we see the miraculous power of the Gospel message to bring restoration and healing to all who are unclean, cast out and weary. Jesus is the hope for us all.

Andy Ball
Guest Speakers
The Day of the Lord
God, do something
Malachi 3:13-4:6; Psalm 73; Isaiah 13:9; Amos 5:18; 1 Thessalonians 5:2; Exodus 14:10; Revelation 19:7; Matthew 11:14
2nd Jul 2017

Have you ever looked around at the state of this world and wondered, 'God why don't you do something?' So did the Israelites!

In this prophetic passage, God tells us what he's doing and calls us to be prepared for 'The Day of the Lord'. 

John Hosier is a gifted Bible teacher with over 47 years of pastoral experience. In this talk he encourages us to stand firm in this truth - Surely the Day of the Lord is coming - and how do we live out that reality now?!

John Hosier
Guest Speakers
Is Your Gospel Too Small?
Seeking Gods Big Kingdom Vision
Jeremiah 29: 4-7
27th Nov 2016

What an honour to have Steve Sutton from Coulby Baptist Church sharing Gods vision for the church. To seek the peace (Gods shalom) and prosperity of the city to which He has called us all into! To pray fervently for it. Will we be that radical for Jesus?

Stephen Sutton