Are you a true worshipper? Vernon explains three key aspects of being true worshippers; receiving from God in our lives, loving and living church, and having hearts that keep on ‘singing’.
Graham Anns, who is part of the ChristCentral apostolic team, demonstrates through Hebrews 11 and 12 how we can live by faith in Jesus alone, and how this one thing powerfully transforms our lives.
Dave gives us an overview of our Vision and Values and challenges us where we fit in God’s plans for us this new year.
Acts 18: Do you ever feel like you are all alone, trying to live your best life? Is there anyone with you? As we continue through the book of Acts God makes it clear that we are NOT alone, in fact we are surrounded with God’s people! Be encouraged God has placed you right were he wants you and there are more with you than you realise, and God is always at work. “Even when I don’t see it, You’re…
How to move into a new place of giving and generosity that is fully connected to your new life Jesus with Jesus. 2 Corinthians 8:1-15
Rob and Helen Coleman share their powerful stories of God’s grace working in their lives, and how in turn He can work in your life too.
How are you doing at building bridges with those that don’t know Jesus? As we continue our series on Acts (Believers in Action) Dave demonstrates how the early followers of Jesus used whatever they saw in their culture to talk to people about Jesus. Acts 17:16-34
Are you seeing a dividing line in the world around you between light and dark? Do you find yourself getting into trouble because you stand up for the gospel? Graham tells us how Paul and Silas in Acts stand up for Jesus in very tricky situations – yet through their faith the light of Christ becomes famous wherever they go.
As Dave continues our series in the book of Acts we see that whatever is in our way God can open the locked doors – and worship in midst of trouble is a powerful key in our hand.
Our friend Jonathan Kent reads from Romans 11&12 where we capture God’s heart to see our minds and transformed into His ways, the way of true freedom.
Who are you? It’s hard to know, especially with all the labels we, and others put on ourselves. However as Mark digs up the gold in the book of Ephesians, we discover a truth that eclipses all other names and labels – and it for you!
As we continue this powerful series on the book of Acts, Dave brings a rallying call of what it means to be on mission together as a team; a team that is sensitive to God’s voice, and sees the doors He is opening for us.
Graham shares his personal story of transformation, and challenges us to step into the light of Jesus – and see our own lives transformed.
Jonathan speaks from Isaiah 6, sharing what it means to have a vision of God, a vision of yourself and a vision for your life – to run and keep running with Him.
Denise speaks from the story of Jesus in the garden of Gethsemane, just before His arrest and crucifixion. Drawing from this we look the value of prayer and submission to God’s good plans for us.
Michael talks about how God takes us through transitions with great purpose; we can be confident of His goodness in these transitions just like Abraham was, and step forward into God’s surprising grace.