Sometimes it is overwhelming. It seems that everywhere we look people are exhausted at just coping with whatever afflicts them. Is this the life to which we are called? We know that God is raising up an army. We want to be in it.View Series
Whilst those childhood days of amazement, excitement and moments of wide-eyed wonder are long gone; discover a richer, deeper and more lasting wonder that awaits us as we fling wide the doors on the Christmas story.View Series
How do we cope when it all goes wrong?
Where is God in the mess and how do we find Him?
Whose fault is the mess anyway and who can I blame?
This was not the life I chose.
It was into this situation that God sent Ezekiel to help his people find him and discover a way out. It was not going to be easy. God’s truth would challenge and confront them before it rescued them.
This series is an invitation to join their journey and discover with them that God really is sovereign over all.View Series
Most of life is made up of the familiar. We have plans and routines and usually things turn out the way we expect. Then, suddenly, often without warning, something totally unexpected happens.View Series
It’s not what we are, or where we’ve been or even what we’ve done that brings life. It’s knowing Him, and out of that knowing Him we are to know others. We were made in His image to relate. Firstly to Him, and then to everyone else. The life He gives, we share. It’s all relationship.View Series
In the New Testament we find so many pictures for the church. We are also introduced early in the book of Acts to the believers becoming a vibrant, active, prayerful, worship-filled community who not only loved Jesus but watched each other’s backs.View Series
Paul’s letter to Ephesians, placed in the heart of the New Testament for us as a call to Live it! in our day and where we are. It’s our invitation to become part of a missional movement of our own.View Series
Now is but for a moment; eternity awaits…but what is it and what will it be like? If I believe in heaven, do I have to believe in hell? And of course, who goes where?
In this mini-series Simon will explore what the Bible teaches us to expect.
When Jesus called his first disciples to follow him they knew exactly what he meant. He was calling them to learn all that he taught in order that they might do all that he did and so become all that he was. That’s what it meant to follow. And that’s the discipleship to which we too are called.View Series
Throughout 2011 we are looking at the whole Bible; the amazing story of God at work in his world - and discovering that Jesus is present throughout the whole of the Old Testiment as well as the New.View Series
As our days are punctuated by food, Jesus days was punctuated by time with his Father…No wonder the only thing recorded in the Bible that the disciples ever asked Jesus was: Lord teach us to pray.View Series
At the first Christmas God handed out several challenge cards to the human players in the story: Mary, a teenage peasant girl; Joseph, an apprentice carpenter; some country boys watching sheep; a few city slickers from abroad; and a tyrant king called Herod. At first glance these challenges seemed dafter than Top Gear’s. They were certainly more demanding and dangerous for all of them.View Series
Beginning in Genesis and ending in Revelation this series explores the big truths about God that the Bible presents. In exploring what they are, and seeing how they all fit together, we can shake off any illusions, misunderstandings and errors concerning the way we have thought about God, our lives and his world.View Series
There had been a great and mighty move of God but now almost all that was left was a distant memory. Could God do it again? Would God do it again? Or were those glory days over? Find out Malachi the Old Testament prophet’s answer.View Series
The amazing story that begins with a group of bewildered followers who started to pray. Within ten days, thousands, literally thousands, are coming to faith – over a hundred each day. Could we live as radically at the early church did? Could we see people coming to faith in great numbers? Do we believe that God can do in us what He did with those first disciples? Could we too be a High Impact Church?View Series
Thirty centuries ago, God gave us ten simple phrases, totalling little more than three hundred words in English, God gave us the secret of “living well.” Whilst so much has changed since then, the secret to living hasn’t. Discover that this ancient code has as much as ever to say to our longings for life and prosperity.View Series
Are we in danger of making Jesus become more like us? Have we created Jesus in our image: safe, middle-of-the-road, comfortable? His authorised biographies tell a very different story, they speak of Jesus as passionate, confrontational, exclusive, even extreme.View Series