Keeping things in life in a healthy balance is important but sometimes tricky.
It’s about carrying things well… in balance. When the balance is right, the burden is light. But what things do we carry? And how?
Steve identifies the things and the way to maintain a healthy balance for a good life.
A question Rich often invites people to ask is, “Holy Spirit, what are you inviting me into today?”
Usually, it’s small and meaningful things rather than massive visions.
So Rich encourages us to go for the new V.
Forget about being part of Gen X, Gen Y or Gen Z. What’s the new V? Listen to Rich’s challenging and inspiring talk to find out.
Throughout this series of “I am a Disciple”, we’ve looked at the steps: follow, change, do, repeat.
Today, Ben Tarbuck asks us, “What is stopping you from repeating?” and explores the levels of difficulty and hurt we experience and avoid… and how Jesus helps us to push through.
Jesus does things.
And as followers, we want to do things like Jesus does.
What is it that Jesus does?
Jesus serves others. It’s his heart for other people. We see in the Bible how he served the Father, his disciples, and the world – his community.
Steve digs into how Jesus serves people so well, and how we, as his disciples, can copy his amazing example to serve well.
Jesus was an incredible storyteller.
Stories are powerful. They’re the language of our lives. They help us to connect and remember.
This week, Chevon asks Phil Wright to share his powerful story of how Jesus changed his life and applies that to how we can use stories too.
Jesus is very clear about who He is, so that we can make a choice about whether or not to follow Him and allow Him to change us.
But what does it mean to be changed by Jesus? How can we be changed?
Rachel talks about the change on the inside which can be noticed on the outside. A change that only Jesus can make. Transformed from the inside.
Listen in to find out about the benefits of our new position as a Christian and the brilliant change process which comes with being a disciple of Jesus.