This week was part 3 of our series ‘Go again’. Senior Leader, Dave Belfield, challenged us with “our answer”. Are we in a place where we’ve come to our own answer and are now settled in that, rather than realising our own answer can be the biggest hinderance to God’s promise for us? Are we willing to give God our “yes” again?
This week Senior Leader, Dave Belfield, continued part 2 of our new series ‘Go Again’. Dave continues the story of the Israelites and asks us, what does the postcode of your life look like? He also brings us a great illustration with a bow and arrow, to emphasise the point in which God sometimes draws us back to a place, to shoot us forward and ‘Go Again’.
Senior Leader, Dave Belfield, started 2020 with our new series ‘Go Again’. Dave focused on two things that really help us lose our way: familiarity and fear.
Sometimes God will bring us back to a place to see if we will give him our ‘Yes’ again. This week Dave left us with the question, what is the place that God is specifically bringing you back too, to see if you will push forward and ‘Go Again’?
It’s Christmas, so Dave’s talking about “Boy Story” – the story about the birth of Jesus and what it means to us today.
Because of the birth of a boy, we can go, we can be, we can build, and we can change like never before. So much has become possible.
Listen to Dave’s heartwarming story of his experience in a restaurant which demonstrated to him why we don’t need to live in debt to Jesus, but rather in gratitude to Jesus.
All because of the Boy Story.
Stephen Matthew and Andy Taylor kick off a brand new series of “Joy Story” – a play on words from “Toy Story”.
Stephen reminds us that the Christmas story is a story of joy because of the ultimate gift of Jesus. And Andy looks at the joy of belonging, with a special insight into a couple of Toy Story characters, Andy and Woody.
Today is verdict day. How do we deal with doubt? At the end of every trial, we have to wrestle with doubt. How do you know that God won’t let you down if you don’t take a step of faith?
In this talk, Chevon tackles the issue of doubt. From what the Bible says, and with some great personal stories, she shows us how to deal with doubt and reach a verdict.
Is it something mysterious? Is it a philosophy? Does it represent a particular nation?
Only Jesus can correct any distorted views of it. So what does Jesus, the source of Christianity, think about it?
Listen in as Stephen Matthew unpacks and explores authentic Christianity and its source, Jesus.
Our guest speaker from Africa, Bishop Oscar Muriu, asks the question: Are the things that you are living for worth Christ dying for?
Do we live safe? Or do we live brave?
Often we focus on things such as “my goals” or “my finances”, and we ask God to bless those. But only those who die to self can really live. Bishop Oscar explores what that means, why the purpose of our lives does not revolve around us, and why God wants you to be involved in His plan for your life.