Reuben shares candidly how he has learned to overcome fear to share the best news that we will ever have to share. Be encouraged!
We hear a talk on the Biblical basis for prayer walking and some fantastic personal stories of how effective it can be.
Ecclesiastes 4 has some wonderful verses about friendship. We are not made to be on our own and here we see great value and reward from the friendships and relationships we cultivate.
Today we looked at how the Lord works ‘suddenly’ in our life. It looks at Zechariah, Mary and the shepherds and then makes some very practical observations about how to deal with various things that can happen suddenly in our lives.
A message encouraging the church to have a flexibility that is in God and to have Christ as its glory within. A key message as we look to bear fruit and see Blackpool changed.
Everyone knows that the world is in a mess and Christians are not exempt from problems. In this sermon we look at three things based on Psalm 46, and in particular verses 10 and 11. Our Duty – to be still Our Privilege – to know Our Objective – to exalt God
God is good all the time and His favour is there for us all the time. This talk tells us how we can access and enjoy God’s favour in any situation in life.
Paul Calvert tells us some good news and prayer pointers. He has worked in Israel for 16 years as a journalist and runs a Christian Community radio station in Bethlehem. Paul has a radio program which goes to England and Canada interviewing people in the holy land, Both Arab and Jew, looking at life, the…
Using the comment in Acts 4, where the the religious leaders recognised that Peter and John had been with Jesus, we look at some of the benefits of hanging around with Jesus, being open to the Holy Spirit and also hanging around with people who are following wholeheartedly after Jesus. Some good stuff rubs off!
Using the story of Lazarus being raised from the dead, the message uses testimony to encourage, inspire and challenge us to both recognise the voice of Jesus and then, begin to raise our expectations of what He can then do.