Carryduff Baptist Church is an evangelical church that acknowledges Jesus Christ as Lord. We believe in the gospel and the need for individuals to be born again by the Spirit of God, in order to be made ready for heaven. We are part of a wider fellowship of churches known as the Association of Baptist Churches in Ireland. We are made up of people from all backgrounds and ages who have a common desire to know more of God’s love in their own lives and to show His love in the community of which we are a part.
The Bible, God’s Word, is at the heart of all that we seek to do, both in terms of how we live our lives on a daily basis and in terms of how we interact with those around us. This podcast provides you with the preaching ministry of our church.
The Hero we Need
Hebrews 7 begins to focus on the strange character of Melchizedek, his unusual priesthood, and the promise of another priest like him. All of which reveal:
Hebrews has much to tell us about the new kind of priesthood which Christ embodies, but for it’s first readers (and perhaps for us) there is something which will make it hard for us to grasp – the sluggishness of our faith. And so Hebrews 5:11-6:20 constitutes an aside in which he calls us to…
A Sympathetic Saviour
C. S. Lewis wrote, Only those who try to resist temptation know how strong it is Mere Christianity Which means that no-one knows more completely how strong temptation is, than the only man who never gave in to it – Jesus Christ. And it is that which makes him able to sympathise with those who…
A Christian Response
Christ’s Olivet Discourse provides us with two clear elements of a Christian’s response to war:
Enter his Rest
Hebrews 3:6-4:13 issues a solemn warning, do not harden your hearts Hebrews 3:8 But, like all good warnings, it’s intent is not to fill us with anxiety, but to ensure that we are safe.
Lifted up with Him
Hebrews 2:5-3:6 introduce us to God’s solution to a problem of our making, the problem of why the world is as it is, of why – although God put everything under our feet – we have become the victims, instead of the masters, of creation.