Is it possible to really change?
Can we ever get rid of our negative tendencies or do we allow them to become our identity? Is deep and lasting change really possible?
John explains that we have the power to make different choices because we have the Spirit of God within us. He challenges us to identify our natural areas of weakness and exercise our spiritual and emotional muscles.
Is it possible to really change - or do we simply learn to cope? In his latest Bible insight John offers hope for deep and lasting change. Click the picture of the butterfly to read ...
What is your Achilles heel, that area of vulnerability that appears time and again? Expect it to be tested! John explores these thoughts further in his latest Bible insight. Click above to read.
Our next study on the book of Revelation will be held on Wednesday 10th May 2017. Click here for an outline of our stuies and recommended background reading.
Merle reflects on how easy it is to make false assumptions or head in the wrong direction on our journey through life following an eventful day out to Felixstowe. Click the picture of the
Maersk Shams docking at Felixstowe
to read her latest reflection.
A broken tooth reminded Julie of the importance of sorting things out quickly and not allowing ourselves to become unsettled or distracted from living the lives God has called us to.
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The theme in church on Sunday morning was how the glory of God is revealed in our lives. Julie shared her experience of the teaching at Spring Harvest and Kelly and Cathy both shared encouraging thoughts from the week.
Challenging the virtual world
In the latest article in our Understanding family section, Kathryn writes about her and her husband's experience of needing to limit their son's use of his iPad and the importance of making difficult decisions which are in our children's best interests.
Questions children ask
Kelly recounts two recent conversations with her children, about death and heaven, which reminded her of the profound simplicity of faith.