Danielle Wynn: Hope

Danielle Wynn: Hope

Danielle Wynn: Hope

On the final day of 2023, Danielle Wynn shares a message of hope – the hope we have in Jesus.

Jesus is trustworthy, kind, loving and generous – that’s why we can rely on Him.

We don’t have to rely on superstitions or anything else. Do you trust in Jesus? If not, then, as 2024 begins, maybe it’s time to ask yourself why.

Danielle Wynn: One Necessary Thing

Danielle Wynn: One Necessary Thing

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Danielle Wynn: One Necessary Thing

Danielle  on Luke 10:38-42: The story of Mary and Martha.

Danielle looks into why we need to spend time with Jesus in prayer and worship and learning from his word.

Sitting at Jesus’ feet is the “One Necessary Thing”.


During her message, Danielle refers to the book ‘The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry’ by John Mark Comer. You can buy the book at eden.co.uk here.

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Chris Butterworth: Trained and Deployed

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Rejoice Always

Rejoice Always

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Rejoice Always

By Danielle Wynn, Director of Youth & Children’s Ministry, Jubilee Church Wirral

We were blessed to have the opportunity to visit friends and family in America last month.

It was an ambitious trip to several cities with two children and an elderly mother with mobility issues. I was really looking forward to it, but slightly apprehensive about how we would fit everything in. I love to travel but I knew this trip might be a bit more challenging. I prayed before we left as the preparation took a considerable amount of time. I prayed throughout the trip for so many things. 

And wow. Just wow. 

I noticed God’s blessings every single day. It was the little things I noticed the most: the bus turning up just as we arrived at the stop whilst at Disney, beating all of the queues early in the day, getting front row seats on so many occasions for so many things, water fountains perfectly placed when we needed to refill in 92 degree weather.

Even on one occasion when my son cut his ankle and needed stitches we were blessed. The next door neighbour was an A & E doctor who came to stitch him up in my friend’s bathroom – saving us time and money. 

Some may say ‘you just had a good day’ or neglect to attribute any of these things to God. I believe He hears when we ask. As mentioned recently in another blog, God cares about the detail as well as the bigger things. When you keep God at the centre of your life and you pray continually you see the difference! 

1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 says  ‘Rejoice always, pray continually, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus.’

Not only is it important that we pray continually but that we give thanks in all circumstances.

Are you someone who gives thanks when things are going well? Or do you rejoice and give thanks when things seem bleak too? We need to rejoice no matter what situation we find ourselves in because we have a great hope, a hope in the salvation Jesus brings to us.

Jubilee Church Wirral Life Group leaders Rick and Chantal Robertson
Danielle Wynn, Director of Youth and Children’s Ministry

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Listen.

Listen.

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Listen.

By Danielle Wynn, Director of Youth & Children’s Ministry, Jubilee Church Wirral

Stop.
Listen.
Can you hear it?

It’s God’s voice. He is speaking to you.

YOU.

The creator is speaking. Will you listen?

Samuel didn’t get it at first. Samuel heard God’s voice but thought it was Eli calling him. Three times he went to Eli in 1 Samuel 3. Three times he thought it was Eli speaking to him. Finally Eli realised it was the Lord calling Samuel. The Lord wanted to show him something. He needed Samuel’s attention so He could reveal something very important to him. Read the rest of the chapter to find out what…

God speaks to us in many different ways. I often ask the Lord for a dream if I am in a dilemma and unsure what to do. Time and time again he provides answers in this way. Weighing it with His word helps us to understand what He is trying to say. God also speaks to us through reading His word. How many times have we read a verse and it felt exactly right for the circumstances at the time? These moments can be life changing.

God can also speak through nature, and through other people too. There are many ways to hear the voice of God. But are we ready to hear and see what He might be trying to say?

Are you listening to the Lord? Do you take time out and stop and say “Speak Lord, for your servant is listening” as Samuel did?

We can all too often get caught up in what’s going on around us. Families, friends, jobs, news….the list of distractions is endless! If we aren’t deliberate about taking time to stop, regularly, and listen to the Lord, we can miss out on so much He has to say to us. Spending time with our amazing God is NEVER fruitless!

As our youth leaders and young people prepare to attend Newday this year, please pray that this time would be an opportunity to stop….and listen.

Please pray that our young people would have their eyes open, ears ready to hear and hearts ready to listen to what the Lord wants to say to them.

Jubilee Church Wirral Life Group leaders Rick and Chantal Robertson
Danielle Wynn, Director of Youth and Children’s Ministry

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Perceptions

Perceptions

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Perceptions

By Danielle Wynn, Director of Youth & Children’s Ministry, Jubilee Church Wirral

The way we see things, the way we understand things, the way we hear things…

Perceptions.

As we walked through London this week we caught sight of the London Eye. The huge circular wheel with gumdrops hanging from perfect intervals amazed us from afar. What a view you must get from up there. It appeared to stand still against the London sky.

The next day we ventured closer – and wow. It was so much bigger than it had appeared from across the river! Standing right under it, we were in awe of the engineering feat that it is. And… it was actually moving! Slowly taking the passengers up, up and up… higher and higher to view the marvels of the big city.

Perceptions.

We got it wrong. We got the size wrong and our understanding wrong. Until we were right next to it we couldn’t really appreciate what it was like. We didn’t even realise it was moving the day before as well!

How often we see things differently to the way God sees them.

We can look at things from a worldly point of view – sometimes we don’t even realise we are doing it.

We can sometimes flip-flop from a worldly point of view to seeing things from a Godly point of view.

We can be over-critical or under-critical. We can be coming from a place of anger, or a place of love. We can be looking at life with an optimistic view, or a pessimistic view. We can be approaching life and situations from a Godly perspective or an un-Godly perspective. The world wants us to fall into the trap of perceiving things from the perspective of whatever is popular at the moment. These different perspectives can often get a bit more personal and flow into what we think about ourselves. Often we search and search for something to tell us who we are and why we are here.

God says something different.

In 1 John 3:1, He says that we are children of God.

In Ephesians 2:4-5, He says that we are loved and alive through Him.

In Psalm 139:13-16, He says that we are made exactly as He wanted and He has plans for us.

In 1 Thessalonians 1:4, He says that we are chosen and loved.

In Colossians 2:10, He says that we are complete in Christ.

• How do you perceive yourself today?
• How do you think of others today?
• Are you perceiving things through what God says?

Jubilee Church Wirral Life Group leaders Rick and Chantal Robertson
Danielle Wynn, Director of Youth and Children’s Ministry

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