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Reading from Mat 2:1-12, Deb encourages us to be like the wise men who went the distance for Jesus. They watched for what God was doing, walked in His ways and worshipped at the feet of Jesus.
Reading from Luke 1:26-38, Jonathan encourages us to be like Mary, one who believed and treasured the word of the Lord. After an amazing encounter an ordinary moment of her life she declared ‘may it be according to your word’
In our walk with God, do you go through the motion or grow in your devotion? When an angel appeared to Zechariah as he stood ministering to God, the angel assured him his prayer had been heard, yet in going through the motion, Zechariah doubted. Listen in to find out more…
What is the motive of our actions? Is it selfish or proudful or does it align to Gods’ heart? Dave looks at the disciplines of submission and humility and how God calls us to humble and submit ourselves before Him.
In scientific studies and research Thankfulness and forgiveness has been shown to lower stress and blood pressure whilst boosting your immune system, improving your general wellbeing and helping you to sleep better. God has always known this and that’s why Scripture encourages us in these things. Listen in to find out more.
Gossiping is the revealing of personal information about another. This morning Rachel encourages us gossip in a good way as ‘gossipers of the gospel’. Listen in to find our more
Have you brushed your teeth this morning? Beginning a series on the Disciplines of the faith, Jonathan encourages us to grow in the healthy habits and disciplines of the faith. This morning the discipline of prayer, devotion and reading scripture are explored. Please accept our apologies for the quality of this recording, it was due…
Joseph was beaten betrayed and sold as a slave, yet years later he can declare to his brother,’ You intended to harm me, but intended it for good’. To say a statement like that is only fully possible you have forgiven and forgiven deeply. Listen in to find out more.
Continuing the story of Joseph, Jonathan shares how God is at work in the waiting, God’s got wisdom for His word and His world, and God positions people for purpose.
Continuing our journey through the life of Joseph, Peter encourages us that God has a character plan for and uses our life circumstances to develop the character needed for all that God would do through our lives.