The Voice of Community

We had the pleasure of welcoming Lukundo from Kings Church Manchester to share the word of God with us this week. Lukundo takes some time to look at what the role of the voice of community has to do with us being fruitful, and gives us some gardening tips as well!

Remain In Me

Jesus said “I am the true vine….people who remain in me, and I in them, are the ones who bear plenty of fruit”. So what does it mean to Remain? John Naylor explores this for us.

Lasting Fruit

As we have been talking about over the last few weeks we are called to be fruitful. But the fruit we are called to bear isn’t just for a moment. We are called to bear lasting fruit as Sara explains.

How Do We Ensure We Are Fruitful

Over recent weeks we have been hearing about the importance of fruitfulness. Throughout the whole bible we see God’s plan is for all of creation, including us, to be fruitful. This week Trevor Shotter takes some time to ask the question “How do we make sure we can be fruitful?”

A Fruitful Soul

Trevor continues to introduce our Be Fruitful season. At the heart of it all, is soul fruitfulness. That is, a fruitful inner life. And it’s by doing that that we can become fruitful followers of Jesus.

What Will We Do

What we see determines what we will do. So what will we do? Sara encourages us that when our eyes are opened and we can see beyond ourselves to the goodness of God we can introduce others to the view.

What You See Determines What You Will Do

It’s very easy to have our heads down, to be consumed with all the things immediately around us. When we live like this our response to the what God is doing is limited. But when we lift our eyes above our current situations and look to the horizon our viewpoint is changed and we respond differently because as Dan encourages us “What we see determines what we…

Show Kindness

In the book of 2 Samuel there’s an incredible story where David asks the question “Who is there I can show kindness to?”. In conversation with Trevor Lloyd, Steve Jones discusses and explores the concept of covenant kindness and challenges us to always be asking that very question “Who can I show kindness to?”