- Bible Study
Do you hold part of yourself back in your relationships? What stops us from truly letting go?
As Mary broke the alabaster jar in her enthusiasm to anoint Jesus, so we need to be broken and prepared to let the treasure within shine brightly. Click below to listen to Sunday's talk.
Peace amidst chaos
On a recent visit to the Botanical Gardens in Cambridge Merle reflected upon how to 'weather well' and remain flexible and attractive through all the trials and tribulations of life. To read her thoughts on her trip to the Botanical gardens and a visit to the cathedral at Bury St Edmunds click the picture.
God's perfect timing
Following a recent ankle operation Tim has written about his experience and his thoughts leading up to Easter. He has been reminded of the Lord's perfect timing, both in his own life and in the events of Easter, and he challenges us to reflect on all the Lord has done and to go deeper in our walk with him.
'The full extent of his love'
I love the phrase, referring to Jesus, 'having loved his own who were in the world, he now showed them the full extent of his love.' He went on to wash his disciples' feet and then through all the events that culminated in the cross.
No-one need ever doubt again that God loves them. No-one need ever question God's commitment to them when we see what the 'full extent of his love' really means. And we are called to walk the same path of love. Click the picture above to read more.
We will be learning these songs in the next few weeks - click below to listen to and learn the songs
'All Glory' by Tim Hughes and
'My hope' by Paul Baloche
Interesting reading - Professor William Craig's website 'Reasonable faith'
is well worth a read.
The power of guilt
'Guilt is a terrible master but a wonderful servant.' In his latest Pastor's Diary article John explores the issue of guilt and the effect it can have on our lives and relationships. However the heart of the Easter message is a cross which represents the opportunity to find freedom from guilt. Click the picture to read ...
'Redeeming love' by Francine Rivers
Kelly and Jan have both read this book recently and found it to be a powerful and moving story which reminded them of God's overwhelming love. Click the picture to read their reviews and for further details of the book.
Click here to go to the notes for section 3: 1 Corinthians 4:1-21.
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