Vernon continues our series on making disciples. Looking at Psalm 24 we look at how Jesus secured our relationship with God and make us pure so we can freely approach God and find the fullness of life in him. We are challenged to keep asserting ourselves that we are holy in Christ and therefore can keep coming to God every day; growing closer to him – the outworking of which affects the whole of our lives in powerful ways.
Samuel shares their experience of fleeing from Zambia and how, just like Joseph in the bible, absolute trust in God to see us through paves the way for us to walk into His purposes.
God speaks! Boom – things start changing. We know that the voice of God is powerful so we need to know His living Word, the Bible, in order to walk closely with God, and know His power working in and through our lives.
As we continue our series on Making Disciple Dave get our attention on PRAYER! Here are your keys to moving forward with your daily connection to God…
Series – Making Disciples – Receiving the Holy Spirit. John 20:21–23 You need to Holy Spirit every day to live life with God, it’s not an optional extra, it’s central to living life for Jesus.
Do you have the key building block in place for being a disciple of Jesus? Find out what these are and how to step forward in your calling in Jesus. Dave is preaching from Matthew 28:19-20.
Graham Anns speaks to us as a people who need God’s strength in every season in life. Are you strong enough to wing it? Nor am I! Graham activates powerful truths for us, from the story of King David in 1 Samuel 30.
Series: Making Disciples. What are the key ingredients to being a disciple of Jesus? Dave uses the powerful verse from John 15 to show us the heart of what Jesus is telling us about following him today.
As we start our series on ‘Being a Disciple’ Vernon kicks us off from Luke 14:25-35 where Jesus tell us we have to hate those around us to be His follower. The meaning of this statement profoundly affects the way we live and walk with God – we are called to lay down our lives for Jesus so we need to count the cost.
Titus 2:11-15 If you have given your life to Jesus, you can be confident that you have amazing things ahead – in this life and beyond. Jonathan Kent takes us on a journey about what these blessings actually are – prepare to be blessed by HOPE in Jesus.
Dave finishes our fantastic preaching series ‘Believers in Action’ with the final chapter of Acts 28. As we walk forward let’s see clearly again, that God has arrived and has great plans to take us forward with Him, and His kingdom comes in power today.
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.