Connecting with the Father

Rosie Horswell | 8 March 2015

We need to know God as our Father - we are adopted sons and daughters, not servants or slaves.
Just see how God feels about us in the story of the lost son - it shows his Father's heart for us!

Connecting through Baptism

Ed Evans | 1 March 2015

One of the specific commands Jesus gave us in our discipleship is to baptise people in the name of the Father and in the name of the Son and in the name of the Holy Spirit. Baptism is therefore a key means of strengthening our connection with God.

Prophetic training day. Session 2

Tony Rozee | 28 February 2015

Prophetic training day, session two with Tony Rozee.

Prophetic training day. Session 1

Tony Rozee | 28 February 2015

Phrophetic training day, session one with Tony Rozee

Connecting with the Word

Julie Graham | 15 February 2015

The Bible enables us to understand more about God. It is therefore relevant to each one of us today as well as at the time it was written. Some people pick and chose but the Bible says all is God given. Each time we read it, there is something new for you and me,

Living to the full in the Grace of God

Ed Evans | 25 January 2015

Today is the conclusion of our study of 2 Corinthians, looking at 13:5-14

The Game Has Changed

Mike Beaumont | 18 January 2015

Regional Celebration

Mathew 23

Spend yourself for others

Dorian MacCree | 11 January 2015

APOLOGY. The recording level was unfortunately very low this week - you may need to turn your volume up. Sorry.

Boasting only in Weakness

Julie Graham | 30 November 2014

Julie spoke from 2 Corinthians 11:16 - 12:10. The new teachers in Corinth were suggesting that Paul was unworthy and not to be listened to because of his personal weakness and suffering, but paul turns this around:  he will give everything for Christ and for them.  He will boast only in his weakness, because it is there that the strength and power of God can be seen!

Faithful to the True Gospel

Ed Evans | 23 November 2014

Paul was very concerned that the Corithians were being led astray by some new teachers who had come in.  They were concerned about their image and external things, but Paul was concerned for their pure devotion to Christ.