As it’s Easter Sunday, this week we’re taking a break from our series on Acts, and Dave preaches on something close to his heart; fullness. Jesus came, and “being in very nature God, did not consider equality with God something to be grasped, but took on the very nature of a servant”. The challenge is; […]
Esther Lewis shares something very special; her testimony, and talks about the important topic of life, in the every day. Faith is a walk.
Continuing our series of the Kingdom of God, Tim looks at the topic of attitude, preaching from Matthew 18:21-35, the parable of the unmerciful servant. Through Jesus, God has forgiven us an enormous debt, and He expects us to do the same. To develop an attitude of forgiveness is not easy, but it will set […]
Preaching from Mark 10:46-51, Sue focuses on the words of the crowd to the man Jesus healed: “Cheer up! On your feet! He’s calling you”. Sue highlights the four things this story shows we can do in response to Jesus’ call: shout out, shake off, step forward, speak. Jesus is calling us, will we answer? […]
This week, Dave focuses on the parable of the sower (Matthew 13:1-24). We have an enemy who is committed to distracting us from doing what God wishes us to do. If we are told the message of God, and we do not understand it, it will be easily taken from us. Knowledge without understanding is […]
This week, Dave preaches on a subject close to his heart. When we accept Jesus, the core of who we are is changed; we become perfect in God’s eyes, and nothing can take away our status as a child of God. However, we have to grow that seed, so that the outer layer of our […]
Jo Champion talks about our Kingdom Inheritance. In other words, what God has for us is imperishable, unspoiled, unfading and reserved for us. Looking at Matthew 1:1-16, Jo explores Jesus’ own heritage; full of people who were the social outcasts in their day. In the same way, God uses everyone and everything for his purposes. […]
The Bible is clear; God has given us all a unique set of gifts and skills, prepared before time for us to use. As our creator, he knows us and knows what we are capable. He will not ask what we cannot give, but on the other hand, he does expect us to give of […]
Putting a new spin on a well known story, Jill Ward uses the parable of the wise and foolish builders to pose a challenge to us: what are our foundations built on? Information without action is useless; we need to do as Jesus says, not just hear it.
Having had a dance on Sunday morning before our celebration, Sarah continues our series on the Kingdom of God; are we in or out? We may not think we’re up to it, but God has created every person in His own image, and given every person gifts. What do we dedicate ourselves to? The choice […]