English-speaking church in Eindhoven

Sermons on Mark

The battle of having been born

“The battle of having been born” has nothing to do with you personally. The tension between righteousness and evil is real and present and every person alive is part of this war. All the struggles, sicknesses, and conflicts we face are part of this battle of having been born. Because of this, there is never…

Seafarers

This Sunday, Dennis Woodward of Mission to Seafarers was our guest preacher. He delivered a beautiful, engaging sermon on Jesus calming the storm in Mark chapter 4, weaving in his ministry experiences with those working at sea.

Easter Vigil 2021

On this evening of hope, Jan Waterschoot shared with us important words amid the darkness of the COVID-19 pandemic: Better than to curse the darkness is to light a single candle. What great hope we have as Christians, even in the midst of terrors and fear! Christ is our light that shines in the darkness…

Palm Sunday 2021

In this Palm Sunday sermon, Peter unpacked the triumphant entry of Jesus into Jerusalem at the start of the Passover festival in light of the events that would soon follow. On Palm Sunday Jesus was welcomed into Jerusalem as King. But how do we welcome Him into our lives? Believing is not just a matter…

The Transfiguration

We should not be surprised if at times the Christian life is not easy. Jesus and John the Baptist both suffered. All the Apostles suffered. We too face difficulties and frustrations as individuals and families [health, work, finance, relationships]. We face problems as congregations.When difficult times come it’s helpful to remember our past experiences of…

Humility and repentance

Preaching from the story of John the Baptist and the crowds that went out to him in the wilderness, Peter showed us how people from all walks of life recognized their separation from God and wanted to be reconciled to their Creator. John did not preach for personal gain. When pointing to Jesus, he told…

John the Baptist

Our interim pastor, Peter, brought us his first sermon on the topic of John the Baptist as portrayed in Mark’s gospel. He reminded us that the way to prepare for God’s coming is through repentance. John the Baptist showed the way for sinners who did not want to live separated from God.