Be prepared a new day is coming
Ness Wilson joins us and encourages us to be a people who live in relational health.
Sara encourages us that with Jesus as the cornerstone we are being built and are building a place for God himself to live.
Our response to the Gospel is determined by whether we believe it’s true or not. And if we believe it’s true there’s only one possible response as Dan explains.
All we need is Jesus, completely 100% Jesus…. But, we also need each other. Trevor Shotter tells us how the gifts that we have are to bring strength and encouragement to each other.
Living By Faith – Richard Anniss
Trevor invites us to imagine what the church could be like.
As part of our Harvest Festival Alison talks to us about the fruit that comes from a good heart. The fruit of love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, gentleness, faithfulness and self control.
After the shaking at Pentecost what was left was a community that demonstrated three things – Faith, Hope and Love. Trevor Lloyd helps us to understand further what these three things look like in relationship with God and each other.
In our final Roots & Foundations session Trevor & Alison invite us to reflect on the nature of God’s Kingdom and how it keeps us looking outwards towards the transformation of our communities and our world.11
What we build will be tested so it’s important we build with things that will last. On Sunday Trevor Shotter encouraged us to be wise and know the ways of the Spirit so that we can know we’re building with gold, silver and precious stones.
There is a lot of shaking going on in our world and in the church globally. It is important that individually and together we discover a quiet, still centre with God, to enable and empower us to build community together in the shaking, as well as in the Rubble! Trevor Lloyd shares from the book of Haggai to encourage us as we live through the shaking.
Hear Janette Battye share about the nature of the person of Jesus as the Good Shepherd.
We live in turbulent times but our response is not to fight but to “Be Still & Know That I Am God”. Dan opens up Psalm 46 & explores what this can mean for us.
Doing is about knowing that God has purposed you, knowing God uses you and knowing God has a plan for you and you are part of something bigger than just getting on with life. Sara helps us to think about what our calling is both as individuals and a community together.
No matter how shrivelled up you may feel, there’s still fruit on the vine! It’s just waiting to mature and to ripen. Peter encourages us that There’s Always More.
Our journey through the Christian life should be one of progress and not striving towards a goal of perfection. Ruth expands on two key areas of this – Resilience and Responsibility
Rhythm in the seasons and stages of life