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.
Between the Holy and the Unholy
In the Wilderness the holy God living among an unholy people, the Levites were called to maintain the sacrifices and the tabernacle that protected the one from the other. In order to maintain the vertical relationship between each Israelite and his holy God, a great, horizontal network of relationships among the Israelites was necessary, with…
How to find forgiveness in an unforgiving world
Jesus taught us to pray, “Forgive us our debts, as we also have forgiven our debtors” (Matt. 6:12) but what is forgiveness? And how can true forgiveness ever be obtained?
A Great and Deadly Blessing
The careful detail of Numbers 2-3 concerning the layout of the Israelite camp focuses our attention on three things: The Place of the Levites The Service of the Levites The Substitution of the Levites
Final year IBC student, Dean Lappin, preaches from Psalm 8
Easter is celebrated globally as a holiday, it’s recognised as a central part of the church calendar, but is it personal. Paul could say, “thanks be to God! He gives us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ” (1 Cor. 15:57). Is it that personal for us? Is this Our Easter?
Prepare for War
The first chapter of Numbers is a census of the Israelite people, but not the kind of census we might expect. It counts only men, and of the men it counts only the men able to fight in the army. This isn’t a simple numbering of the population, this is a preparation for war, this…