by Jilly Lyon Taylor

When we look at our lives or situations that may arise, we can often look at it from a place of seeing the glass half full or half empty. We have to learn to look at it through God’s eyes. In this sermon, Jilly looks at Numbers 13-14, when the Israelite’s have just come back […]

by Jilly Lyon Taylor

Because of what Jesus has done for us, the veil has been torn and we are able to enter into the presence of God. This is a remarkable thing to be treasured, but are we truly entering in? What does this being in God’s presence offer us as believers? Jilly Lyon Taylor looks at Hebrews […]

by Jilly Lyon Taylor

Jilly Lyon Taylor draws out some important life lessons from 2 Kings 3.

by Jilly Lyon Taylor

Letter writing has become less common with the introduction of text messages, emails and social media. Yet a hand-written letter can convey intimacy and personality; aesthetics that technology can fail to communicate. In like manner, believers are handwritten letters from Christ to the world. The way in which we can communicate the personality and love […]

by Jilly Lyon Taylor

So often we equate prosperity with blessing. The world’s standards tell us that if you’re financially prosperous, physically healthy and socially popular, you are blessed. Yet Jesus shows us from the Sermon on the Mount that the way to blessing lies through adversity. Jilly Lyon Taylor unpacks the Beatitudes from Matthew 5, and explains how […]

by Jilly Lyon Taylor

If anyone knows what we need most, it’s Jesus. That’s why He taught what to pray and also how we should ask for it! The Lord’s Prayer may be so familiar to us that we’ve lost sight of what it tells us about the Father and our relationship to Him as children. Jilly Lyon Taylor […]

by Jilly Lyon Taylor

Many people see death as a door marked ‘Exit’. But for Christians, actually that door is marked ‘Entrance’. Many people in the world fear death, but for Christians there should be no fear in death. This is only possible through the inheritance that Jesus bought for us on the cross. There will be no more […]

by Jilly Lyon Taylor

Grace vs Law. God’s sovereignty vs man’s responsibility. Jesus the Lion of Judah but also the Lamb of God. There are times when Scripture seems paradoxical, and yet the truth is not complete if either aspect is removed. Focus too much on one, or ignore the other, and we risk sliding into error. Jilly Lyon […]

by Jilly Lyon Taylor

The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom, yet how easy it is for believers to miss the true essence of godly fear in comparison to  fear of the world. Jilly Lyon Taylor explores the scriptures and unpacks what the Bible has to say about the fear of the Lord!

by Jilly Lyon Taylor

Are you content with your portion in life? All of us are probably guilty of desiring what we don’t have, while failing to give thanks for the things that we do have. Jilly Lyon Taylor unpacks Psalm 16, in which David acknowledges God as his portion, thus enabling him to be joyful and thankful in […]