The church finds its identity by being ‘in God’ – we get our self-awareness from this relationship. Then we live it out…
When you live a life of wisdom there may well come a moment when you have to be courageous as you take a stand for what you believe God has asked you to do.
The story of Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego, who were thrown into a furnace for not obeying the king, and how this story relates to us today.
When God chooses to do something new for the world, he chooses people. People who are often put in positions that feel uncomfortable, that feel like it’s not possible to survive.
Our lives are built around expectations at the different stages of our lives. Our resilience is developed as life occasionally fails to live up to expectations.
How does the reality of being a Christian compare to your expectations?
Our next series of sermons, starting in September, will examine the deep expectations that people have of God and their Christian faith and life.
Psalm 2 is like a bucket of cold water thrown on anyone who thinks prayer is about retreat, serenity and comfort
A look at Psalm 23, a psalm written by a guy struggling with jobs, family, failure and guilt.
Over the summer we will look at some of the Psalms – songs sung to God, at certain times in certain places, that allow us to live our whole life confidently in his presence.
A look at John 3, and what it tells us about new beginnings.
Paul has to defend his actions – he is misunderstood and maligned.
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