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.

There are 9 other Sermons by Roger Carswell on this site.

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Egypt's Night of Blood

Roger Carswell

keywords: Death


Exodus 12:1 - 13

Roger invites us to put ourselves in the position of those Israelites as they prepared to leave the land of their oppression. The question is put to us, "Can I too face death with the same assurance that those Israelites did on that dramatic evening?" Let's be sure to check ourselves, urges Roger.

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The Shepherd, the Guide and the Host

Roger Carswell leads us to a Bible passage that, more than any other, has brought to the world relief, courage, direction, reassurance – and supremely comfort in the face of anxiety and the very borders of eternity. How am I assured that ‘goodness and mercy will follow me all the days of my life’? Roger says, “Heaven is not a Reward; it’s a Gift!”