Being a Christian means being a part of the body of Christ. Its like the human body in that each part is important and needs the other parts to function effectively and well. We all need each other to grow and this can be demonstrated in our sharing of the Covenant Meal.
In this podcast, we ask the question, “Who is shepherding the lost?”. We look specifically at how we have the mandate and commission to be those shepherds in our villages and towns and use some practical examples and tools to demonstrate to the world: love, liberty, direction and self-worth. We explore that demonstrating our faith is important but still not enough. It only becomes enough when we share the Good News of Jesus and see people enter into His Kingdom through salvation.
Following on from the message on the spiritual mind, we look at the importance of the body in the context of a renewed and restored spirit. We look at the human body and it’s spiritual significance as being a part of Christ, a temple for the Holy Spirit and a vessel for mission and purpose. Then we look at it’s earthly significance and our responsibility to look after it well! It’s a challenging message that could prolong your life!
What does the bible say about our salvation in terms of our body, soul and spirit? In this message, we attempt to sensitively unpack the elements that make up the whole human person and look at some of this in the context of anxiety, stress and depression. We then look at some keys to help us live in fullness with a spiritual mind.
In this podcast, we explore Paul’s letter to the church in Ephesus encouraging the body of believers to see themselves as a family.
We are united with Christ, chosen, adopted and we belong to Him.
What kind of people ought we to be in the light of His return? In this podcast, we explore the essential framework needed to be in place in order for us to be productive in playing our part in God’s purposes for our lives. Viewing the world through the lens of mission means very little unless we have the frame in place to support the lenses. We explore several themes which will help us focus our time and priorities better and be more productive in our time here on earth between His ascent up to heaven and our wait for His return!
The Covenant Meal is about Remembrance of what He has done, our Royal identity in Him and Rejoicing in all he accomplished. In Jesus, we are made alive together in fellowship and in union with Christ, raised up together with Him and are seated together in the heavenly realms by virtue of our being in Christ Jesus.
Richard and Annie Pemberton lead us in a time of looking at the Covenant Meal together. We look at the work that Jesus did on the cross and are encouraged to look up, look in and look out.