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Psalm 121. Andrew Mihaleff shares an encouraging word on God being our keeper. We may know this well known Psalm as hope-filled, but it does also acknowledge that problems and pain are real. However we would do well, like the Psalmist, to focus on God as our help, rather than the battles that we know will come. Furthermore, the Psalmist alludes to …
 
Matthew 14:22-33. Hilary Williams shares an encouraging word about Peter's encounter with Jesus on the water. We may recall that in the midst of a ferocious storm, Jesus walks on water - and Peter does the same. We need to be reminded that in the midst of life's storms, Jesus likewise meets us at our point of need. He promises never to leave, and d…
 
Philippians 4. Susan Moore concludes our Press On series as we close off the book of Philippians. Paul implores us to respond to God with joy, even in seasons of challenge and disappointment. As we know, this does not come naturally. It takes the intentional pursuit of God's peace that gives us both the perspective to even glimpse that God is at wo…
 
Philippians 3. Anoj Joseph continues our Press On series as we enter Chapter 3 of Paul's letter. Our human tendency is to put a lot of weight on our own abilities, achievements or prestige. While there is something to be said for this in the natural world, this is utterly destructive in the spiritual. The apostle implores us that nothing we have co…
 
Philippians 2. Ps Hilary Williams continues our Press On series by looking at chapter 2 of Philippians. Paul implores the church at Philippi - and us - to do everything in the manner Christ did. In these famous verses, Jesus came in all humility, without grumbling and embraced the role of a servant. We are to do likewise, in order to be light in th…
 
Philippians 1. Ps Hilary Williams opens our new Press On series, looking at Paul's letter to the Philippians. This short book is packed with encouragement to God's people in Philippi to endure hardships with joy as Jesus did. In this opening chapter, the apostle urges us to live lives worthy of the gospel and in light of the call and will of Christ…
 
Numbers 23:19. Leila Halawe closes this series by considering transition. In this season of unknown, we are forced to embrace transition. However, changing seasons can feel like endless waves and storms. Thankfully there is an anchor in the ocean. We will never navigate change without having God as our constant. It is God being the unchanging One t…
 
Dharsh Williams shares a timely word about God being our safety net. So far in this series, we have looked at responding to crisis and change recently. This message builds on those by asking why we struggle with going where God wants us to go. The key to embracing what God wants us to do, is to first approach God with empty hands. It is always an e…
 
Ps Hilary Williams speaks on the subject of change. Being forced to adapt can bring great discomfort for many. In these uncertain times we can wonder where God is - and why he doesn't move according to what we know from the past. The good news for us however is that God is constantly on the move, and is a God that offers us comfort, guidance and ev…
 
Ps Hilary Williams continues our series by considering crises. About the last thing we would willingly face up to, is a crisis. And yet we see that in every time of need, we have no choice but to fling ourselves at the mercy of God. It is here that we find our anchor in the waves. Thus, our ability to respond to crises depends on our trust, and who…
 
Ps Hilary Williams launches a short, timely series by considering the idea of second chances. As we enter another round of lockdown at the time of this recording, we can feel like we've "gone around the mountain" again proverbially - or we can see it as God giving us another moment to reset, to wait on Him, and to watch Him in His time, demonstrate…
 
Dharsh Williams continues our identity series by considering worship. There is something ingrained within us that glorifies - therefore, the question is not if, but who we will worship. Sin causes our default position to be self-worship. In order to break this cycle, we need to respond to the revelation of God's goodness and greatness. Furthermore …
 
Andrew Mihaleff continues our Identity series by looking at our heavenly home. We all have heard about our heavenly citizenship and that an eternity in heaven awaits us. However in practice, there is a human tendency to live our lives with earth as our focus. It may surprise us to know that God delights to provide a home both on earth and in heaven…
 
Ps Hilary Williams continues our identity series by looking at servanthood. This may be a word that often makes us feel uncomfortable, since we live in a world that emphasises our own independence and autonomy. However we see servanthood all over scripture, we cannot get away from the fact we all serve someone or something. What makes service not o…
 
Anoj Joseph continues our identity series looking at the idea of connection. God's intent for us as His body in the earth is to be connected not only to Him, but to each other, in community. While it is true we are connected broadly in the wider Church, there is a deep need for the local gathering. It is the manifestation of the church that proves …
 
John 15:1-8. Ps Hilary Williams continues our series on our identity by considering our connection to Jesus. The Son of God reminds us that we are to be branches connected to the central vine or tree, that is God himself. Just as plants need their roots, we cannot exist independent of God. Our Christianity therefore, needs to be less about doing an…
 
"For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life."John 3:16"In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. 2 He was with God in the beginning. 3 Through him all things were made; without him nothing was made that has been made. 4 In hi…
 
Teaching from the text Mark 1:35Jesus Prays in a Solitary PlaceVery early in the morning, while it was still dark, Jesus got up, left the house and went off to a solitary place, where he prayed. Developing the missional habit of listening to the Spirit from the Michael Frost teaching series "The 5 Habits of Highly Missional People".…
 
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