Looking at the parables of the mustard seed and the yeast from Luke, Rick helps us understand the significance of the small things in our lives, and how God uses the things that we don’t think are up to much for His Kingdom.
As Paul continues his journey as a prisoner, on his way to Rome, they are shipwrecked on Malta and Paul has to work out what it means to live in his identity as a Christian in an unfamiliar place amongst an unfamiliar culture (sound familiar?).
There are so many reasons to lock down our hearts in life – but God is able to get us out of every cave >>> Is it time to come out of your cave? Ben Davies share with us from the story of Elijah in 1 Kings 19:1-18.
As Paul heads towards Rome the story in Act 27 takes a turn for the worst; but will Paul continue to trust God through a terrible storm for himself and even for those he is with. And can we do the same?
We were so delighted and blessed to receive these powerful and prophetic words of encouragement on our 7-year celebrations. Speakers from around the UK; Terry Virgo, Jeremy Simpkins, Simon Benham, Ginny Burgin, Christ Butterworth, Ben Davies, Rob and Helen Coleman, Graham Anns and Graham Webb.
From our Believers in Action series. Acts 25/26. As the apostle Paul faces charges for the message he is sharing about Jesus, we can look at our own lives and consider what we are doing with this amazing message we have been given.
Vernon shares from the book of Acts on an inconvenient truth that means we need to think about how we are living our lives.
Dave shares from Acts as we continue our series ‘Believers in Action’. When you have your hope in God, you are able to stand and keep running despite opposition. Hope in God and nothing else is the key.
We hear from Jonathan Kent today speaking to us about HOPE in uncertain times, in our series from Acts, Believers in Action. Act 22/23
What does it mean to be a CITIZEN? / Dave Frodsham
Continuing in Act 21 we see what it means to be Locked Out and Locked In in this messed up world, but how the power of Jesus Christ’s good news CANNOT be stopped.
Vernon speaks on how the resurrection of Christ is parallelled in our own lives; Jesus is our COMPLETENESS, He is ENOUGH and He is STRONG than anything we will ever face.
Vernon shares the purpose and power of the shed blood of Jesus in our lives.
Sylvia explains why the blood of Jesus is so important in the context of the bible. We can trust that because Jesus shed his blood for us, we can live in relationship with God, and know His love and power to be Overcomers.
Dave speaks from Act 21 where we find Paul living for Christ with his whole heart, even stating “I am ready” to do anything and go anywhere for Christ – what does it mean for us today to have the same passion and heart that Paul did?
Charlotte shares what it means to live real and authentic Christian lives with our young people, the struggles and the joys. We can see their hearts connect with God by living out our walks openly and lovingly before them. Charlotte Webb is part of Jubilee Church Liverpool