Roger Carswell

Roger Carswell

Roger Carswell was born and brought up in Leeds, England, and has lived in Horsforth for the past 23 years. He is married to Dorothy, and they have four children and six grandsons. His mother in Armenian; his father was a Yorkshireman.

Roger found faith in Christ at the age of 15 in the Lebanon, when an uncle – after a game of tennis – clearly explained the Christian message to him. Following university, Roger was a teacher for several years, before embarking as a full-time evangelist. Travelling largely in the UK, he speaks at universities and churches. Strongly supportive of Christian literature, he has also written numerous pamphlets, and numbers of books, including such titles as ‘And some Evangelists,’ ‘Things God Wants you to Know,’ and ‘Where is God in a messed-up World?’

Latest Sermon by Roger Carswell

How do we know God is Love?

keywords: God’s love, Incarnation, Propitiation, Saviour, Experience, Watching World


In this message Roger Carswell leads us through the revolutionary words of John, the much-loved apostle of Jesus Christ. Roger’s reasoning is based on three major Bible terms – one of which he discovered to his amazement had been given to a major technical portion of The Concorde airliner, when taken on a visit of its still-standing original model !
All 9 Sermons by Roger Carswell

How do we know God is Love?

keywords: God’s love, Incarnation, Propitiation, Saviour, Experience, Watching World

The Prodigal Son

keywords: Home, Prodigal, Far Country, Lost, Seeking, Repentance, Joy, Love

How do we qualify for Jesus?

keywords: Tax collectors and sinners, Pharisees, Lost sheep, Lost son, Penitent Thief, Saul of Tarsus, the Cross

On An Errand For God

keywords: The call, obedience, opportunity, witness, one-to-one

Egypt's Night of Blood

keywords: Death

Is God Asleep?

keywords: Faith, fear, suffering, evil, storms, assurance

The Day the Curtain Ripped

keywords: Access

Choose Your Epitaph!

keywords: Gods free gift

Death to Paradise in 4 Steps!

keywords: simplicity, death, paradise

External links