Generosity in Hope

John Freeman


John concludes our sermon series, on his last Sunday at Greyfriars & New Hope, sharing of the hope of God’s kingdom coming to Earth from Revelation 21:1-5.


Generosity in Security

John Freeman


Speaking from Romans 8:31-39, John shares of the promise of security that Jesus provides us.


Generosity through Despair

John Freeman


John speaks from Jeremiah 32:1-15 on the hope of Jesus through despair.

Generosity in Calling and Covenant

John Freeman


John speaks from Genesis 12:1-3 and 15: 1-21 on how we are called by God. This calling is not earned but given as a gift of grace for the sake of blessing the world.

Peaceful Living

John Freeman


John shares from Thess 5:12-28 on how we can live in peace with each other and live with the grace of Jesus, rather than depending on our relationships and self-reliance.



Family Focus

John Freeman


John shares how, in 1 Thessalonians 2:1-12, Paul invites us to live a life that represents God to the world around us. To do this, we can follow the example of Paul and Jesus by living a life of clear priorities, genuine love and deep integrity.


Call to Generosity

John Freeman


John Freeman helps us to reflect on Jesus’ death in John 19:16b-30, where we see that the cross reveals to us the generosity of God, and that the generosity of God invites us into a generous response.



John Freeman


John Freeman speaks from Matthew 19: 16 – 24 on Jesus challenging a man to lay down his wealth in order to follow him. Are we building our lives with Jesus as our foundation? As disciples of Christ, we need to be all in: fully signed up to Jesus and fully signed off from other things. What idols do we need to repent from and let go of? God already knows and wants to set us free.


Standing out instead of Fitting in

John Freeman


John Freeman speaks from Matthew 5: 13-16 on how we are to be salt and light, shining the Lord’s light into the darkness and brokenness of the world around us.


Giving our Lives

John Freeman


John Freeman speaks from Romans 12: 1 – 8 on what it looks like to give our whole lives as worship to God, in light of His mercy.