IGC Talks

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Welcome to the IGC Talks. Here you can stream audio and video recordings of the talks at IGC. Simply select the title of the talk you'd like and enjoy. You can also be notified of the latest talks as their added by subscribing to the IGC Talks podcast using the links to the right (or below if viewed on a mobile device).

The Grace To Bounce Back (Hebrews 12:12-13)

Date: Sunday 24th April 2016 | Speaker:


Today’s sermon is by Rian Francis as we finish our series on Resilient Grace. The sony played at the end is “Intentional” by Travis Greene and can be streamed via the Spotify link below. | Bible Passage: Hebrews 12:12-13.

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Disciplined By Grace (Hebrews 12:6-11)

Date: Sunday 17th April 2016 | Speaker:


Today’s sermon is by Frank Bolaji Irawo as we continue our series on Resilient Grace. | Bible Passage: Hebrews 12:6-11

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Encouraged By The Example Of Christ (Hebrews 12:3-5)

Date: Sunday 10th April 2016 | Speaker:


Today’s sermon is by Paul Onifade as we continue our series entitled “Resilient Grace”. | Bible Passage: Hebrews 12:3-5.

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The Grace To Endure (Hebrews 12:1-2)

Date: Sunday 3rd April 2016 | Speaker:


Today’s sermon is by Graham Mercer as we start a new series entitled “Resilient Grace”. | Bible Passage: Hebrews 12:1-2.

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Mary Magdalene’s Story: A Woman Who Lost Her Mind & Found Her Soul By Being Drawn Into The Mystery Of Christ

Date: Sunday 27th March 2016 | Speaker:


Today’s Easter Sunday sermon is by Paul Anderson-Walsh as we look at Mary Magdalene, part of the “A Woman’s Touch” series. The song which Paul discusses at the end of the talk is “Make All Things New” by Dave Bilbrough and can be streamed via Spotify below. We apologise for the small pops and clicks audible through some parts of this recording.

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A Touching Story: Drawn Into The Mystery Of Re-Connection (Luke 8:40-48)

Date: Sunday 20th March 2016 | Speaker:


Today’s talk is by Paul Anderson-Walsh as we continue our series on the special place women have in the mystery of Christ. The song played at the end is “One Touch (Press) by Nicole C Mullen. You can listen to the track via Spotify below. | Bible Passage: Luke 8:40-48.

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A Woman Of No Reputation’s Story: Drawn Into The Mystery Of Forgiven-ness (Luke 7:36-49)

Date: Sunday 13th March 2016 | Speaker:


Today’s talk is by Paul Anderson-Walsh as we continue our series on the special place women have in the mystery of Christ. The video played at the beginning of the talk is a Dove advertisement entitled “Dove Real Beauty Sketches | You’re more beautiful than you think” which can be viewed below. The song played at the end of the talk is “Alabaster Box” by CeCe Winans and can be streamed via Spotify below. | Bible Passage: Luke 7:36-49

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A Broken Woman’s Story: Drawn Into The Mystery Of Resurrection – Now (Luke 7:11-17)

Date: Sunday 6th March 2016 | Speaker:


Today’s talk is by Paul Anderson-Walsh as we start a new series on the special place of women in the mystery of Christ. The video played halfway through the talk is a Dove advertisement entitled “Dove Choose Beautiful | Women all over the world make a choice” which can be viewed below. | Bible Passage: Luke 7:11-17.

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Samson: The Man Who Remembered Who He Was (Hebrews 11:1-40)

Date: Sunday 28th February 2016 | Speaker:


Today’s sermon is by Frank Bolaji Irawo as we conclude our series entitled “Living On Purpose” This is a four-part character study on the lives of some of the heroes from Hebrews 11’s ‘Hall of Fame’. Each of the characters we’ll survey used their differences to make a difference.

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Barak: The Man Whose Bravery Inspired Women (Hebrews 11:1-40)

Date: Sunday 21st February 2016 | Speaker:


Today’s sermon is by Rian Francis as we continue our series entitled “Living On Purpose”. This is a four-part character study on the lives of some of the heroes from Hebrews 11’s ‘Hall of Fame’. Each of the characters we’ll survey used their differences to make a difference.

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