Guest speaker D Morcom addresses the Book of Revelation as both the Bible and this series draws to a close.
Maintaining a love for God and for one another takes purposeful effort because passion is a flame that can be easily extinguished. Spiritual fire extinguishers are everywhere in our world. In this exploration of our Inward calling to love one another, we follow the story of the Ephesian church that lost its first love. And […]
What difference can one life make against the powerful current that so easily sweeps us in its own direction? As we explore the life of Paul during the chapter of the early church, we learn four key principles that remind us that making a difference for God is not about making a name for ourselves.
We’re all guilty of doing dumb things at times, but some guilt lingers longer. If a failure of yours hurt someone else and you can’t or won’t let it go, join us as we explore on Resurrection Sunday, the life changing message of forgiveness, particularly self forgiveness; what it means and how to reach it.
Sit back and picture the scene that unfolds in this ancient story that took place in between the Old and New Testaments… a time when God went silent and left His people wondering, “Why doesn’t God do something?” If you have ever wondered the same, if humanity’s noise has drowned out God’s whisper in your […]
There are times when God’s activity feels absent from our lives. Looking at the story of Ezekiel through a geographical lens, we see why prayers sometimes seem to be echoes in an empty room, and God sometimes seems to be a mirage in a barren life. But there is an answer…!
Nat takes inspiration from the Douglas Adams’ quote from “The Long Dark Tea-Time of the Soul”: “I may not have gone where I intended to go, but I think I have ended up where I needed to be.” Lamentations is an amazing book, with a message of joy coming from our times of, not in spite […]
Just like our houses, our spiritual lives can become cluttered. Jeremiah called Israel to tidy their spirituality, but they refused and were sent into exile for their disobedience and as Jeremiah says behaving “as a harlot”. There are times when we too need to have a good look at what we are allowing to clutter […]
An open forum addressing questions ranging from, How involved in politics should Christians become? Where do we go after we die? How do I handle judgmental people? And Can God forgive me if I can’t forgive someone else?