The Bible is full of God’s wisdom, promises, truths and self revelation…it’s His Word! As believers, when we know the full (logos) word, we’ll have the specific (rhema) word of God. So in any and every situation, we will have a word.
We are called for such a time as this, and this is the time for obedience! Obedience isn’t a fashionable word, it’s not a word that many people would list as a good quality, but God is our shepherd, our master, our God. He deserves and expects an obedient heart that translates to obedient actions. In this message we’ll consider these things and how practically we obey God’s word and His Spirit.
Do gatherings of the church really matter? If so, why? We look at some of the things that happen when the family of God meet together.
Reading Psalms 33, 42 and 43, we look at how hope and praise interact and why they are so important to God and us!
We take the wonderful opportunity that Easter Sunday gives us, to talk about how God came to restore relationship with us. What does a curtain and cross have to do with all this? Why not watch and find out? 😊
It is a strange expression – “feed on me!” But we have all heard the expressions “He was feeding him the lines”, “He feed him a load of lies”, “People just seem to feed on this situation or rubbish”. But God doesn’t want us to feed on rubbish, lies, bad situations or be drawn along by the political or devious will of others. He wants us to follow Christ – to believe in Him. He wants the things “we feed” on to be of Him.
We kick off our shiny, new series on the wonderful golden attributes of faith, hope and love. Let’s start by looking to define what these wonderful virtues are, and how they mark us out as God’s people.
We look at the parable of the mustard seed to see what we can learn about the Kingdom of God and how we can play our part in seeing it impact our world.
We begin our series covering our corporate foundations. This introduction takes a look at the nature and mission of the Church and the importance of the Bible.
As we continue to explore the ways in which we influence the world around us, we take time to consider where God has placed us, and what God has given us. When we dedicate the things we have, and the things we do to God, they are made holy and will become a Kingdom resource!
When we are born again the Holy Spirit comes to live in us. From that moment we are salt, Light fragrance that impacts the world around us for Jesus.
We look again at how Jesus taught us to pray. Let’s consider again what we can learn about talking with our Heavenly Father.
We look back over our time in the book of Numbers and consider what God has been speaking to us around: His plan and purpose for us, His process of purification in us, and His perfect provision for us. We look at how this propels us forward together with strength in numbers!
We turn to Numbers 22-24 and read from the prophecy of Balaam the glory and wonder of the church of Jesus Christ…that’s US!
God is so good and this is wonderfully expressed at the end of Numbers 6. Let’s look at the powerful priestly blessing, and see what it means for us as Christians today.
We take some time to overview the book of Numbers and then explore hints and pictures that point to Christ, they help us to see who Jesus is and what He has done.
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When we read books of the bible (or any books for that matter!), it is always helpful to know background and context in which they are written. Before we begin to look at the book of Numbers, let’s firstly remind ourselves of the story so far…
We consider God’s goodness and how He wants us to know, enjoy and share this goodness with everyone, at every opportunity.
God is so generous and kind, He gives the best gifts! The Holy Spirit wants enable every believer to speak tongues, and we look at why this gift is so important and how we can use it well.
We consider what breaking bread means and how it can benefit us, particularly in helping us to know a deeper unity with our church family.
God’s church is wonderfully and beautifully diverse, and yet it is also united and expresses perfect one-ness! We look at how different the disciples were, and yet how they were brought together as they followed Jesus.
Easter Sunday is a great day to think about who Jesus is and what He has done. Jesus came for everyone. We look at the story of His crucifixion to see that He truly is a cosmopolitan, all-inclusive redeemer.
What will help us continue the mission God has made us for? We talk about some of the key ways we can keep going and change the world with Good News of Jesus and His Kingdom!