This is a practical session with examples of how we can receive words of knowledge and then how to minister with what we receive.
This session starts with a thoroughly rounded presentation for the Biblical evidence for the importance of healing in the nature of God, the ministry of Jesus and the ministry of the disciples and then finishes with people praying for one another.
This series delves into perhaps Jesus’ most famous sermon – the Sermon on the Mount. It is all about a totally different way of living that only God can work in our hearts. First step is to realise the blessing of being destitute before God.
This sermon, bringing to an end the Just Walk Across the Room series shows us a better way of living where People and Potential are prioritised. Jesus called the disciples and told them that there was something better than catching little fish – they weren’t the finished article but Jesus saw their potential.
This is the first sermon in the Just Walk Across the Room series. It focuses on the greatest gift we can give to anyone and addresses the issues of ‘Entering the Zone of the Unknown’, ‘Listening to the Spirit’ and then ‘Just Walking’. It lays a platform for getting the most out of the Just…
Today our sermon talked about seasons in The Bible and how we are all ‘warriors’ in God’s Army.
This sermon starts to look at the fact that a foundational belief and hope for the Christian is to be resurrected. This belief is founded in scripture, a personal experience of being born-again and also in the actual resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead.
This sermon uses Ephesians 1:3 to show how we have been redeemed and how Jesus Christ is our Redeemer. It shows how a price has been paid for the believer to have true freedom.
This final talk in the series shows us that an authentic walk with the Holy Spirit gives us freedom to be ourselves as given by the grace of God. We need to be born again, learn to understand our position in Christ but also embrace our individuality. This is God’s plan for us.
This sermon focuses mainly on 1 Corinthians 12 and examines the list of gifts, the context for their inclusion and a challenge to believers to accept their own responsibility to seek the gifts so that they can fulfil their role in the Body of Christ.