Welcome to our online podcast messages, where you can listen to the latest Sunday message or catch up on one you missed. We pray you are encouraged in your walk with God as you listen.
Sue Steer encourages us to keep pursuing the plans and purposes of God in our lives. Just as Paul and Silas were redirected in their ministry, travel and plans, keep pursuing God and he will lead and make a way Acts 16 6-10
Paul spent longer in preparation for his ministry than many of us realise… but in God’s time he & Barnabus set out for Cyprus with their church’s blessing. In Cyprus they find ready hearers, enquirers but also serious opposition. Acts 13 1-12
As we continue our walk through Acts, today we hear how the Church reacted when Peter was imprisoned – how they prayed, how the prayers were answered and the transformation this brought. How will you respond to the challenges? Includes Tauren Wells (When we pray)
Reading from Acts 10 Jonathan encourages us to be obedient to the vision and instruction received in the place of prayer
“Now to him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us” – Nothing is too great for God to transform! Ephesian 3: 14-21
God uses the least expected to glorify Him – Let your faith be bigger than your fears and obey Him Acts 9: 1-9
We need times and places of rest, to hear and obey God’s call that will bring change, even salvation; Be quiet! Acts 8: 26-40
A believer, Phillip, follows God’s calling to spread His good news despite persecution and challenges; God’s message exposes fear, lies and and chains, bringing joy, truth and freedom – and that is for today too Acts 8:4-25
As we explore the story of Ananias and Sapphira, we can only be in awe of His power, yet in doing so this draws his followers closer together and closer to God.
After preaching boldly in the name of Jesus the disciples prayed for boldness again. Following their example, we are encouraged to pray and seek the Lord for boldness and a powerful witness to Christ. Acts 4:23-31