Should we pay tax to Caesar? It's the million dollar question, but perhaps not for the reasons we think. This week Stewart Cutler explores a question Jesus' enemies ask him…
Invitations almost always come with a catch. A present to buy, or dress code to follow. But what happens when it's God who is doing the inviting?
Leadership is tough. That's why we often leave it to other people. But what is our part in keeping them honest? And what leadership roles do we find ourselves in?
Today Stewart explores Matthew 21:23-32 where Jesus tells a story about two brothers to call out the hypocrisy of the religious leaders... and us.
Kingdom economics... What does justice look like when it comes to pay day? Stewart Cutler explores the parable of the workers in the vineyard from Matthew 20:1-16.
77 times. That's a lot of chances. Some might say too many. But nobody ever said forgiveness was easy.
We all argue and disagree, and we all need help to resolve those conflicts. This week we look at some good advice Jesus gives on how to sort things out…
As we share communion together discover that Peter goes from being a rock to a stumbling block!
Who do you say that I am? It's a question that matters perhaps more than any other. But why?
Once again Matthew presents us with two stories which we're supposed to read together, even though they might seem as though they have nothing to do with each other. One…
Stewart considers the story of Jesus walking on the water and Peter getting out of the boat was really about.
Stewart Cutler explores the feeding of the 5,000 in Matthew 14: 13-21 and discovers it might tell us much more about ourselves than we imagine.