Mary-Ann tells us how God has helped through many life situations and has taught her the secret of forgiveness.
John tells us about coming to terms with epilepsy and also how God was able to use him in a busy working environment at Heathrow Airport.
A central teaching on the Kingdom of God is found in the parable of the sower and the seed. We see that there is life potential in the word of God but the extent of fruitfulness depends on the response of the hearer.
This is a practical sermon encouraging us to be ready for when God wants to do something or wants us to do something. We are encouraged to be ready to hear, ready with the Word of God, ready with prayer and ready to activate what God has asked us to do.
This workshop has 3 sections – namely, corporate responsibility (warm up exercise), Social Media Guidelines for leaders and then a section on preparation for the ministry fair in February.
We see that God originally had significant plan for every human being, that this was forfeited at the Fall and then restored by the Servant King, Jesus. This mainly focuses on passages in Genesis and some Old Testament prophesies.
Jesus taught all the time about the Kingdom of God, so in this series we want to explore what it means and the implications for a believer. This week we are encouraged to pray simply and openly, “Let your kingdom come on earth as it is in heaven.”
This word in season looks at the implications of being the Body of Christ – it is vital that we understand and live it out.
We see how our understanding of who Jesus is determines how we live our lives. Who do you say He is?
For many reasons we can find our lives running almost out of control. Using Isaiah 9 as our text we see how we can have a proper reset focussed on Jesus the Messiah and His governance.