Sermons on Encounter

Sermons on Encounter

Who’s cooking your breakfast? | Robin Gerrard

Jesus said to them ” Come and have breakfast.” Now none the disciples dared ask him. “Who are you?” They knew it was the Lord. (John 21:12) Robin asked us this question on Sunday and challenged us to follow Jesus. The disciples had gone back to Galilee to wait for Jesus and had decided to do some fishing. They fish through the night and catch nothing until a stranger on the beach tells them to cast their net on the…

Miracle Mandate | Pursuing the Miraculous | Chris Butterworth

Chris kicks off a new series on Pursuing the Miraculous this week with ‘Miracle Mandate’. We haven’t been saved to live ordinary lives, but extraordinary! We are following in the footsteps of Jesus with His power working through us, but what does that look like in your life? And are you prepared to step up for God and live as a pioneer in your sphere of influence…

Firestarters | Denis Goldsworthy-Davis

Denis powerfully shares his story of pursuing God and finding God. He challenges us to step out from simply going through the motions and start running after God with all our hearts. Dennis Goldsworthy-Davis has been blessed to travel extensively throughout the world ministering both apostolically and prophetically to the body of Christ. Wherever Dennis travels he operates within a strong governmental prophetic office and frequently sees the Presence of God and the Spirit of Revival break out upon the…

The Touch of God | Michael Marcus

As humans we possess 5 senses; sight, smell, hearing, taste and touch. Of all the senses, the touch places us in direct contact and intimate connection with our world. If we as humans can significantly influence our world through touch how much more “the touch of God”? In this message Michael speaks about what, when and the result of the touch of God using 7 different examples from the Bible.

Jacob | Encounters with God | Dave Frodsham

Dave continues our series on Encounters with God, looking at the life of Jacob (the deceiver). It’s amazing how long we can go on striving to win the approval of God and of people. But like Jacob learns we find freedom in embracing our true identity of those who belong to, and are chosen by God.
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