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Judges 16:21-31. Ps Hilary Williams continues our heroes series by looking at Samson. This man set apart for God from birth, was soon a fallen hero left with nothing. A controversial example for some, his story of redemption ought to give us hope and make us see God's grace afresh. No matter what we have done - when we come humbly, we are never too…
 
1 Kings 17. Ps Hilary Williams continues our series looking at Elijah meeting the widow. In the midst of a crippling drought, our unlikely hero is desperate. In our own lives, we can similarly feel like all we have is a handful of flour and oil. We would do well to emulate our unlikely hero - who Jesus Himself refers to in Luke. Rather that focus n…
 
2 Kings 5. Ps Hilary Williams kicks off a new series which will zero in on unlikely heroes - characters we might gloss over that have significant impact in His word. Today we look at a nameless slave girl who served Naaman, a valiant soldier battling leprosy. Although culturally she had every reason to feel insignificant, it was her advice that led…
 
2 Chronicles 20. Ps Hilary Williams concludes our Firm series looking at the example of Jehoshaphat under attack. Judah's King faced down a very real threat to his kingdom, but God lovingly leads him into battle and victory. It is tempting for us, even when we seek God, to pray in fear and make the issues in front of us our focus. Instead, we must …
 
Psalm 23. Anoj Joseph continues our Firm series by looking at this familiar psalm. Perhaps the best known passage in the entire Bible, this psalm encourages us that in even in the toughest situations, God is our loving shepherd and provides comfort and leading through these valleys. Like the psalmist, we need to trust in the keeping power and lovin…
 
Psalm 40. Ps Hilary Williams continues our Firm series by looking at this well known psalm. David tells of a God who is capable of saving and has been faithful in the past - and even as he waits for deliverance, he can lean on God's continued faithfulness. We can learn from David's pattern by likewise waiting in expectation of His power, rememberin…
 
Guest speaker Dr Jacqueline Grey shares with us a timely word on maintaining faith under fire. Dr Grey contrasts two kings in the days of Isaiah - Ahaz and Hezekiah. While Ahaz was an example of faith that was somewhat self-serving, earthly and buckling under pressure, Hezekiah was a king whose faith in God was tested and proven in trial. We need t…
 
1 Peter 5:6-11. Dharsh Williams continues our Firm series by considering Peter's closing remarks in his first letter. We are commended to stand firm in our faith - with the backdrop that all over the world, people are doing this differently but for the same cause. We have a common enemy, and the common battle for us all is to question the goodness …
 
1 Corinthians 15:58. Ps Hilary Williams continues our Vision Sunday message - this time by considering Paul's charge to the Corinthian church. The apostle has encouraged the believers that Christ indeed is risen and He shares the victory over the grave with us - and in light of that, to stand firm in this knowledge and serve Christ from that place.…
 
Jeremiah 17:5-8. As we launch into a new ministry year, Ps Hilary Williams shares a timely word on the theme of FIRM - our theme for our church in 2021/22. We are praying that the year ahead would be characterised by being firm in our trust in God and remain planted in Him. This passage paints a vivid picture of a tree securely planted by the water…
 
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…
 
"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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