Pastor Greg Johnston shares with us the importance of truly knowing God as a loving Father. This fantastic sermon is born out of his devotional book of the same name which is available free online. Our current newsletter includes details of how to download Greg's book.
On this Pentecost Sunday Darren outlines four things that the power of the Holy Spirit brings into people's lives. He wants us to share Jesus boldly, be strong when we are weak, have hope overflowing and know the fullness of God. Bless you all on this birthday of the Church.
Rod Denton starts the new teaching series entitled 'the one anothers' with Jesus' last intimate words to his disciples. This was so crucial that within the course of his last conversation he mentions three times the importance of loving one another.
To conclude his mini-series on the 'motivational' spiritual gifts Darren explores Paul's advice to his young protegee Timothy. 'Fan into Flame' highlights Paul concerns for the young man and also gives us some excellent insights into the importance of spiritual gifts within the life and growth of the church.
Join Major Sue Wallace as she shows that we have a God who always makes the extraordinary out of the ordinary.
Why is money a taboo subject? Why do we so often miss the blessing and provision of God? The simple truth is that we don't understand the spiritual dynamics of giving, we leave ourselves outside the economy of the Kingdom. We experience, poverty, lack and scarcity when we are promised abundance and blessing.
Join Pastor Paul Newsham as he looks into the life of Esther. The orphan who became Queen.
Join Josh Sanders as he speaks about 'women of valour' and unpacks Proverbs 31:10-31. The church needs to show the world, more than ever before, how God wants men to honour women. This is a great word for this day and age.
When we encourage each other we instill courage into hearts and minds. When we are gifted with the spiritual gift of encouragement we instill courage to stand firm, carry on the ministry, forge ahead in mission, courageously stand for Christ. Paul had his Barnabas, every leader needs an encourager. Is that you?