- Bible Study
The overcoming goodness - part 3
What do Jesus' words to Peter mean, 'Satan has asked for you that he may sift you as wheat. But I have prayed for you'?
What can we learn from 'Homes under the hammer'?
Click below to go to this Sunday's talk for further insights into how we can let the pure love of God flow through us so we can touch other people's lives.
The peace of Christ
Bewildered? Confused? Under pressure and don't know which way to turn? Paul has a remedy - 'Let the peace of Christ rule in your hearts' - but surely it is the pressure that has removed any peace, so how can we say peace is the answer? Click the picture for practical advice on how to be at peace and moving forward.
The effects of not connecting
In his latest Pastor's diary entry John revisits the effects of failing to connect as it is a key factor in how people feel about themselves. He offers practical guidance on how to recognise your true value and change negative views of yourself. Important issues! Click above to read.
Our Bible studies on 1 Corinthians are going very well and the notes for the first seven sections are now on the website.
Click to go to the notes for chapter 8. Our next Bible study meeting is on Wednesday 10/06/2015.
Understanding Yourself courses -
revamp of Steps Four and Five
We are taking some elements of Step Four and some from Step Five and combining them into what will become a new Step Four. Some elements of Step Five (that we didn't have time to teach on the course) will be carried forward into what would have been Step Six and new material will be added to it. What would have been Step Six will therefore now be Step Five. I hope that makes sense! Click here for dates of all our forthcoming courses. Brochures and booking forms for the new Steps Four and Five will be posted shortly.
The things we say
As we move past Easter and start to look forward to the summer months Merle reflects upon some of the things that Jesus said - wise words that were intended to shape lives for good. She challenges us to use our words to bring healing and support to one another.
The graciousness of uncertainty
Stephen shares his testimony of challenging circumstances in the past 18 months. He chose to pursue God in the midst of them and discovered - 'By trusting God and not myself and my beliefs I know I am alive and I am not conquered by the God ordained, uncertain challenges of life.' Click the picture to read his inspiring story.