Two fantastic stories are brought to us by Chantal and Colette each reminding and challenging us to respond to God’s amazing grace. Chantal unfolds the story of Rahab as we discover how God had His hand on her life and an amazing plan to save her. Colette continues with her own powerful testimony of God’s grace in her own life, which still amazes her today. Be challenged and respond to how God speaks to you through these messages.
Are you doing what God’s has placed in your heart, or have you dropped the baton? Graham challenges us; are will still running with God’s purposes in our lives, or are we allowing negative thoughts and strongholds in our lives to stop us in our tracks. God has more for us than we realise, but how are we going to take hold of this truth and start running again….
We welcome Mark Curtis to Jubilee as he shares with us a powerful message of what it means to live with God in sustained revival. What amazing things is God doing across the land through churches? We are hearing of many many churches planted all the time, God is on the move! Can we count the cost and give all to follow Him into the amazing things He is doing in our time…?
Dave shares the importance of baptism in our lives; both of water baptism, but also of the fantastic filling of the Holy Spirit, the one who comes and fills all those who have put their faith in Jesus. This is where our lives are truly transformed.
Are you a planner? Do you like to have everything going like clockwork? Or maybe you just go with the flow. Either way when our plans are interrupted it’s hard to know what to do. What if, like Jesus, you see exactly what God is doing in every interruption and are expecting His power to move? Find out what it means to be tuned into God this way and live in this amazing power.
Dave looks at two well known accounts of Jesus calming storms; one external and one internal. Who then is this Jesus who has power to calm storms? Jesus’ challenge is ‘where are you putting your faith?’ Are you in a storm that feels out of control? Who or what are trusting in. And if Jesus has calmed your storms, your challenge is to head out and tell those you meet about what he’s done.
Is your family perfect? No? In God we won’t be perfect straight away, the struggles remain, the most important thing is that we are united in Christ as His Church, His body. As we come together to worship, we come to encourage each other and see Jesus at the centre of all our of lives. Dave powerfully unfolds how Jesus dealt with his family and those who had become his own disciplines, and reflects how we can be God’s family…
What does salvation mean to you? Does God’s salvation for you affect your whole life? Michael powerfully shares how the word of God in our lives and in the lives of those around us is fully effective in bringing full salvation. We hear how Michael has seen this amazingly in his own life and how as we tell our own stories, Jesus is glorified wherever we go.
Dave Frodsham continues our series looking at Luke. This week we examine the parable of the sower. Are you scattering seed? What sort of soil are you? Are you hearing the word of God and producing fruit?
Are you a ‘what-about’ person; always finding reasons why God’s abundant blessing is for other people and not for you? Listen to this fantastic preach by Ben Davies about Amaziah who was a ‘what-about’ man, but had it all turned around with one word from God.
How do you deal with people you come across? Are you able to receive everyone you meet as Jesus did? Dave unfolds this beautiful story in Luke revealing how our hearts can be changed to others, as we get hold of God’s amazing love. We want to be a church open to receive everyone, no matter who they are.
Ready for God’s new season in your life? We need to come to God and allow Him to work as He takes us into new seasons. Listen to this emotive talk and be challenged to walk into the new season God has for you, now is the time to arise – it’s time to get going…
Continuing our journey through the book of Luke, we enjoy this fantastic talk on John the Baptist. What were his opinions about who Jesus really was? We are challenged to ask ourselves how we see Jesus in our lives. Are we allowing Him to unfold His plans for us, or are we calling all the shots – telling Him how things should be!
Living as true sons and daughters of God changes the world around us as we live out our lives. Martin Dickson (Youth for Christ) share’s here the fullness of what it means to live knowing we are deeply loved by an amazing God.
Where does our faith lie? In ourselves or in Jesus? As we look at the amazing story of the centurion’s faith in Luke 7, we can be encouraged to know that it only takes a mustard seed of faith and a mighty God to move mountains!
It’s always better to give than receive, and we can make the choice to encourage others towards God, instead of judging them in our hearts. Dave shows us here what is the abundance God has poured out on our lives, and how we can use this same abundant measure to bless all those meet.