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As believers, we have been crucified with Christ and free from the power of sin. We are no longer its slave to have been raised to newness of life. When sin comes knocking consider, credit and count yourself as dead to sin but alive to God in Him. Romans 6:1-11
All have sinned and fallen short of God’s glorious standard. Jesus died for you and me upon the cross taking our sins, sorrows and punishment in our place. Have you responded in faith to what Jesus has done on the cross? Romans 3:21-31
Dave shares how even Paul had timid and trembling moments in sharing the gospel but lived and relied upon the power of the Spirit. We too are to rely upon the Spirit as we bear witness to Christ through all that we do. 1 Corinthians 2:1-5
Reading from 1 Corinthians 18-31, Jonathan encourages us that: God’s wisdom and power look different; God chooses and uses the weak and foolish things; We can make our boast in God and the Gospel. The message of the cross is foolish to the world but is it the power of God for Salvation to all who believe.
On this Resurrection Sunday, Jonathan encourages us that Jesus didn’t die for us in our best bits, but in our worst and weakest moments. When we embrace the reality and severity of that Good Friday we can truly rejoice in Resurrection Sunday. Colossians 2:13-14 Romans 5:6-11 (Click ‘details’ first to activate link then click this link…
In this mini message from the Good Friday service, Jonathan encourages us that it is only as we embrace Good Friday that we can truly rejoice in Resurrection Sunday.
The fields are ripe for the harvest. Do we have eyes to see what God is doing and showing us? Will we respond to His invitation? John 4:35-38
Reading from Luke 19:28-42, Dave encourages us in our walk with God. Do we really know Him? Is He really the king of our lives?
God is our good, good Father. This morning, Jonathan encourages us in the extravagant love of the Father. His love doesn’t force but it does follow. He gives of Himself that we may know Him, come to our senses and come home to the Father. Luke 15:11-31,
In this prayerful and reflective message, Jonathan encourages us that we have a Good Good Father and are invited to sit at His feet and receive His love and His life.