Through Elijah’s experience we learn God’s remedies for spiritual depression. 1 Kings 19:1-18
Discovering how wilderness experiences can become God’s bootcamp for future ministry and usefulness in His service. 1 Kings 17:8-16
Walking with Jesus includes listening for His loving rebuke and readily changing course to step into the fullness of life He has for us. Luke 9:51-62
“When we encounter Christ as Lord of all, we meet the only one who can set us free and bring us into life in all it’s fullness.” Luke 8:26-39
Acts finishes with evil overcome (chapters 27&28) and an invitation to be caught up in the continuing kingdom work of Jesus of Nazareth as ‘Acts 29’ people.
Paul the Apostle, on trial once more, appeals to King Agrippa II to believe in the ancient Jewish faith, which has been fulfilled in Jesus – the Jewish Messiah, who suffered, died, and as the first to rise from the dead, has brought the message of light to his own people and to all people. The gift of eternal life with God is what every human heart longs for. The Spirit of the risen Lord Jesus has been poured out on all people through Jesus. God’s new world has begun. All this can be yours too. Come to Jesus.
As we conclude our Inside Out series, we are reminded of God’s heart and His call to care for the last and the least among us.
Following the example and call of Christ, Paul teaches us how to suffer well.
When Christ calls us to follow Him, He calls us to look like Him and be like Him.
There is great joy in being filled to overflowing with the Spirit of God. As baptised disciples of Jesus, His Spirit assures us we are children of God, develops our relationship with our Heavenly Father, gives us gifts for serving others and makes us like Jesus.
When is enough…enough? Jesus’ call to radical discipleship informs how we view our money, time and energy in relation to the needs of others.
Paul’s farewell to the Ephesian elders gives us a unique insight into his life and ministry, challenging our focus and priorities.