The Bible clearly tells us there is a world that we cannot see with our physical eyes – but that we need to see.
We need to get back compassion for the lost. We need to understand the lostness of our lost state. It’s not until you realise that Christ has accepted you, that salvation really means what it means. Christ wasn’t lost – it was us who were lost!
Speaker: Tim Robinson – Language Programs Director, Nigeria. Tim shares about equipping the church with tools so that they can fulfill the great commission. He and his family are involved in the work in Nigeria as Elim Missionaries working in partnership with Wycliffe Bible Translators UK. Website: https://www.robinsonta.org/
God is an invitational God – He says ‘come to me, come who are thirsty, weary and burdened, come, follow me’ in so many scriptures. But at times we may have certain reasons for not drawing near to God – such as no desire, or having a feeling of unworthiness, anger or disappointment or too many distractions. Let us not miss out on having a dynamic life, full of the spirit, growing in intimacy with Him, impacting the world around us…
Kevin Peat (past Elim Regional Leader) describes King David’s Psalm 63 which he wrote as heartbroken, unhappy, angry and in a dry, thirsty land, in a time of great distress and in the darkest night of his soul. David earnestly seeks for God’s presence and asks Him for help to get him through the darkest days.
If you have made Jesus Lord of your life – then there is no more important thing than doing what He says. Top of the list is being a disciple who preaches the Gospel and makes disciples. You can only do this as you are filled with the Holy Spirit. Our top aim is to win some people to eternal life, to save them from God’s wrath and in doing so share in some real blessings.
Paula Tamaki, Gatehouse Youth Leader shares an update about the new dynamic youth work called Limitless Blackpool. Emma Daze, who is the Projects Developer at Elim – Limitless Pioneers, talks about Limitless Blackpool, the new youth work she has been involved in at the Gatehouse since September last year. She also gives us a special message about going into a new season, a time of preparation, sorting things out, having renewed hope, strength and a new vision. Read more about…
As we come out of COVID lockdown, in this talk, Kay asks us to consider if we are going to go forward and leave behind our old life. Is it time for us to be intentional in knowing what to leave behind, to confess the wrong thing that we are doing or the right thing we haven’t been doing. To allow God to work in a certain area of our life without making excuses. Be determined for a breakthrough in…
The Holy Spirit was given to us by Jesus for the commission to evangelise and spread the Gospel. Without the Holy Spirit it is all in vain. Neville discusses the role of the Holy Spirit in evangelism and how He works.
It’s in the nature of man to construct a religion and the construction of a whole heap of rules and build on his own idea of Christianity. Neville looks at a passage where Jesus challenges some of His followers’ conceptions of salvation and try and pick up on things that will help us get closer to God’s picture of what life in His Kingdom looks like.
Rev Heskett talks about a season of change and what the Lord is saying to His people. Are they willing to be of service and be sent out, as Isaiah was in the scripture verse. God is looking all the time for people who will be obedient to Him and He will equip them for service. Scripture is from Isaiah 6:1-8
Valerie Fraser shares her testimony of how God helped her through her life until now. You can sign up for the online Freedom Course that Valerie has written which is being presented at the Gatehouse Church, starting 15th April 2021.