It’s so easy for us to allow our gaze to drop to what’s happening around us. Here Kevin encourages us to look up and see the bigger picture of God’s plan, God’s kingdom and God’s glory, and realise […]
Jesus enters Jerusalem and has his only encounter as a free man with a delegation from the Sanhedrin (the temple council). This encounter reveals a fundamental stance of the human heart, the origin of Jesus’ authority and […]
Quincey unpacks the Parable of the Good Samaritan as we aim to be prepared to welcome those who are different from us. He encourages us to think about who we struggle to show love to, how we might respond with love and acknowledge […]
From this short instruction Tim encourages us to fan into flame the healing annointing that God has recently been speaking to us about as a church, and identifies ways in which the Holy Spirit helps us think clearly and act intentionally […]
Looking at God's call to do justice in Isaiah 58, Claudine and Paul tell us about the charity International Justice Mission, their work in the Dominican Republic to rescue victims of sex trafficking, and their vision to see an end […]
Taken from Job 19 we look at what we can learn about the devil, the Lord and the key subject of Faith from the life of Job.
The Last Supper is something that Jesus commands us to do. Only in doing can we connect with everything Jesus intended. Accept His invitation and take your place in the Upper Room.
This is my personal journey through my christian faith from my childhood to my adult life. As Christians we can sometimes have a high opinion of ourselves but in the eyes of God we are pitiful. Unless we fully commit to follow Jesus […]
Tim concludes our series with a passage that challenges us to know the truth and use the truth in our daily spiritual battle. Please turn to Ephesians 6:10-17 in your Bible.
It may be a while since you read the little book of Jude, and may even struggle to find it, but almost certainly you will recognise the doxology, which is often used as a benediction at the end of a meeting. Here we look at what […]
At our altogther service Tim encouraged us to acknowledge that firstly, Jesus washing his disciples’ feet points to the cross. Secondly, it reminds us that Christians are called to serve like Jesus did.
Using the exploits of David and his mighty men and illustrations from the New Testament, Kevin explores what it means to be dedicated as a Christian, as we continue to look at the responsibilities God has highlighted to us as a church.
Andrey Sawchenko from International Justice Mission (IJM) joined us for a special Sunday of updates and encouragements that focused around God's foundation of righteousness and justice.
"Clouds and thick […]