We may feel it’s too late for something to happen, or that things have happened too soon for us.
But God holds our future, holds our past, and holds us today. We need to learn to put our time in His hands.
The good news of Christmas was for people who felt undervalued, overlooked and not particularly significant.
News that a saviour is born, change is here and that everything can be different.
It still is…
Jesus came for everyone who feels forgotten, everyone who feels on the outside of society, for those who worry that they’re not good enough for God.
God doesn’t love us because of anything we’ve done. He loves us because of His lavish grace.
This is the film I was talking about during our service on Sunday, which paints a picture of what it means to be a life-long follower of Jesus.
Here’s a short introduction to the book of Amos, which we’re looking at over the next few weeks in our Sunday morning services at Salford Elim Church.
There’s sometimes an assumption that people in Jesus’ time would have more readily believed that people could rise from the dead.
Have you ever thought about worship being anything other than for and to God alone?
Just giving you a heads up about a couple of new(ish) songs we are introducing this Sunday at church.
Here’s the short video about justice that Neil used on Sunday.
Have you got worries about coming along to our next Alpha Course? Well help is on hand, as Bear Grylls gives his advice on how to survive…
Every Sunday through December I’ve been sharing a short video which reflects on the Christmas story. In this final video, following His birth, Jesus is taken to Jerusalem to be presented to God…
This week, a census is called by Caesar Augustus…
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