Rights or responsibilities?
Tim asked everyone what they feel about their rights and their responsibilities.
As God's people we have a responsibility to live in the image of God. If the Lord is at the centre of our lives the Holy Spirit will align us with the truth and we will be able to live in the reality that he is our fortress, as the psalmist David did.
Understanding Yourself course: Step Two, 23rd -25th February 2018
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In the stillness
As part of Merle's Christmas gift from her son they visited RSPB Minsmere last week and Merle reflects on the benefits of the peace and stillness she finds there.
The value of being still
As Christmas approaches with all its busyness and the preparations which need doing Jenny reminds us of the importance of being still and taking
The Winchester Bible
A recent visit to Winchester cathedral caused Julie to reflect upon our devotion and commitment to the Lord. Click the picture of the 12th century illustration from the Bible to read her thoughts.
'Deep calls to deep'
In his latest Bible insight John explores how the 'waves and breakers' of life can enable us to experience the deep peace and security of God's love. Click the picture to read.
Bible verses seen in another light
Romans 8:1 (Part 2)
Andrew is writing his own translation of the Bible and has written an interesting commentary on Romans 8:1, offering a different perspective on the word 'condemnation'. Click the graphic above
to read his thoughts.
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Click the picture of the frozen ocean to read the thoughts which were shared at our service on Sunday morning, including helpful lessons from Bear Grylls' adventures.
At our remembrance service we thought about the persecuted church around the world and victims of acts of terror as well as those who have lost their lives or been affected by conflicts in the last century. Click the picture of the poppy to read more.
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