In the decades since the 1950s, the All Souls pulpit has been a centre for faithful Bible preaching. The home of John Stott's ministry for many years, he was succeeded by Michael Baughen (in the 70s) and Richard Bewes (in the 80s and 90s). Explore the extensive sermon archive for free download at the All Souls website (www.allsouls.org). Today, All Souls is a thriving and diverse church which reflects the ethnic and cultural diversity of contemporary London. The church's mission is therefore to "Build an international community to reach a multicultural society for Christ". In order to fulfil this vision, the preaching traditions of the last 50 years continue today under the leadership of Hugh Palmer, and the regular preaching team of Rico Tice, Mark Meynell, Roger Salisbury, Chris Wright and David Turner. This podcast provides both Sunday sermons (from the morning and evening services) - a separate podcast is available for the midweek workplace services.
Returning to The Father (Luke 15:11–32)
How to be a child at the Father's feast, not an orphan in the far country or a slave near the Father's house.
Blessed to be a Blessing (1 Corinthians 9:19–23)
The good news of Jesus Christ is our true blessing. Our mission is to share the good news with others. The challenge for us is giving up our rights so we can be a “blessing” to others
Finding the Lost (Luke 15:1–10)
'How lost we are in sin, and the goodness of the Shepherd who finds us'
Filling the Banquet (Luke 14:1–24)
"Come, for everything is now ready."
Counting the Cost (Luke 14:25–35)
'There is a cost both to following, and not following, the Lord Jesus Christ.'
Learning Repentance (Luke 13:1–9)
'Repentance: If not now, then when?'
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Bible teaching church
I thoroughly enjoy the teaching but would find it really useful if the Bible passage or at least most relevant verses were read out at the start. Could the name of the teacher also be used when naming the podcast?
Speech is far too quick
I was really looking forward to hearing these sermons from really well-known churches and well respected churches but the speed of speech is so quick you really cannot understand what is being said and so you cannot really enjoy them as much as you love would like
Steak and spiritual chips
Hearty spiritual food. Listening whilst out and about is filling in the gaps left by being unable to attend a bible preaching church. Thank