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.
Welcoming the King (Luke 19:28–44)
King Jesus reveals his heart on Palm Sunday
Seeking the Lost (Luke 19:1–10)
Zacchaeus - the man who was lost, found and repentant
Receiving the Kingdom (Luke 18:9–17)
Two very different men. Two very different approaches to God. One meets with approval
Heeding the Scriptures (Luke 16:19–31)
Jesus warns us that how we use our money has eternal consequences for us
Serving One Master (Luke 16:1–15)
Shrewd investment in God’s Total Return Fund
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.