Romans

Sun 04 Dec 16 | 11:30AM

Advent Hope | Will van der Hart

God has a plan for your life.

Will van der Hart
Wed 01 Oct 14 | 9:00AM

Rooted: Romans 12, And A Man Who Finds His Long Lost Family - Podcast 8

A monthly podcast for women, from Beth Redman and Pippa Gumbel. Stories, scriptures, interviews and laughs to encourage and...

Pippa Gumbel, Beth Redman
Sun 21 Sep 14 | 5:00PM

Vision | Nicky Gumbel

Nicky Gumbel (Vicar of HTB) speaks on the third Sunday of our three-part Vision series. Looking at Romans 12:21, Nicky explains what it means to overcome evil with good and...

Nicky Gumbel
Sun 21 Jul 13 | 10:00AM

Love in Action

Dr Revd Graham Tomlin is the Dean of St Mellitus Theological College. Graham speaks about the habits of faith, based on Romans 12.
Graham Tomlin
Sun 14 Jul 13 | 10:00AM

Play Your Part

HTB curate Pat Allerton continues our mini-series in the book of Romans.
Pat Allerton
Sun 07 Jul 13 | 10:00AM

Offer Your Life

Chris Tilling kicks off our mini-series on Romans.
Chris Tilling
Sun 26 May 13 | 10:00AM

Normal Christian Life: Persecution

Dr Revd Graham Tomlin is the Dean of St Mellitus Theological College. Graham continues our series in the Book of John, looking at the topic of persecution.
Graham Tomlin
Thu 26 Jul 12 | 5:00PM

The Heart of Romans: A Primer on Paul's Theology

This track helps us think about questions such as how we receive the Bible, how to read it and what to do with the tricky bits.
Chris Tilling
Sun 22 Jul 12 | 3:30PM

How to Understand the Bible

In this seminar based on Romans, Chris Tilling shares on how we should think about questions such as how we receive the Bible, how to read it and what to do with the tricky bits.
Chris Tilling
Sun 02 Oct 11 | 11:30AM

There's No Place Like Hope

HTB Curate Jamie Haith delivers a talk on the importance of hope, based on Romans 15:13.
Jamie Haith
Thu 28 Jul 11 | 4:00PM

Books of the Bible: Romans

This seminar offers an advanced look at some of the books of the Bible, in this case, Romans, for those who have been Christians for some time.
Chris Tilling