• How do we know what God is like? (John 13:1-20)

    How can we know what God is like? Is God like an online order where we don’t know what we’re getting, until the knock at the door?We can read our Bibles, but is that like reading a product description? Could the information be wrong? The disciples in John 13, they’ve spent 3 years with Jesus. And that’s all about to come to an end. In less than 24 hours, Jesus is going to be betrayed, tried by Pilate, and executed. He is going to die a death only the lowest of the low could face.And so this marks the end of Jesus’ ministry. The last words of Jesus to his…

  • The hour of glory when God was made known (John 17:1-5)

    What happened at the cross? Was it a mistake? Was it a shameful death? Without eyes to see, it can be difficult to know what it really meant. Thankfully we have John 17 to give us the lens through which to look. This was recorded (outside) at Christ Church Hemel on 11th April 2021. Any comments or questions can be sent to podcast@david-couch.com.

  • Jesus presents himself as the perfect sacrifice for his followers (John 18:1-27)

    In John’s gospel, Jesus presents himself as the resurrection and the life. But what does that mean, and how does He show it? We’re going to spend some time in John over the next few weeks here on the podcast, as I share some sermons I preached at my church on the topic. Any questions or comments can be sent to podcast@david-couch.com. This was preached at Christ Church Hemel on 10th November 2019 Intro and outro music: Blue Sky, by Phil Joel

  • Glory and unity (John 17)

    In John’s gospel, Jesus presents himself as the resurrection and the life. But what does that mean, and how does He show it? We’re going to spend some time in John over the next few weeks here on the podcast, as I share some sermons I preached at my church on the topic. Any questions or comments can be sent to podcast@david-couch.com. This was preached at Christ Church Hemel on 3rd November 2019 Intro and outro music: Blue Sky, by Phil Joel

  • Have confidence! (John 15:18 – 16:15)

    In John’s gospel, Jesus presents himself as the resurrection and the life. But what does that mean, and how does He show it? We’re going to spend some time in John over the next few weeks here on the podcast, as I share some sermons I preached at my church on the topic. Any questions or comments can be sent to podcast@david-couch.com. This was preached at Christ Church Hemel on 27th October 2019 Intro and outro music: Blue Sky, by Phil Joel

  • What does love look like? (John 14:22-15:17)

    In John’s gospel, Jesus presents himself as the resurrection and the life. But what does that mean, and how does He show it? We’re going to spend some time in John over the next few weeks here on the podcast, as I share some sermons I preached at my church on the topic. Any questions or comments can be sent to podcast@david-couch.com. This was preached at Christ Church Hemel on 20th October 2019 Intro and outro music: Blue Sky, by Phil Joel