In the midst of the dark and difficult times of life, God is at work. He longs to surround us with His protection and bless us. Jesus is ‘our glorious Boaz’. On the cross, He prayed ‘Father, forgive them’, then He died for our sins. We come to Him with our tendency to blame others and wage war in order to receive forgiveness and hope. Like Ruth’s request to Boaz, our prayer is, ‘May I continue find favour in your eyes, my lord’.
We are made in the image of God and with the capacity to bear His presence. The reality of Gods presence changes how we see ourselves, how we see others and becomes evident in our lives through love.
1 John 4:7-21
In Jesus is life and that life is the light of all mankind. Living a life fully illuminated with the love of God, involves continually turning our ‘eyes’ upon Jesus. Meditating on Scripture helps us become more receptive to the teaching of the Holy Spirit and leads to a life full of love, joy and peace.
Instead of putting up with those things in life that get us down and cause us worry and stress, we can experience freedom, joy and peace as we invite God to be present with us in the midst of the issues and moments of life we face each day.
Paul and Tania Baker give us an update about the work they are doing with CMS Ireland in Kiwoko hospital in Uganda.
Could it be that God is closer than we think and that His great desire is to be with us? Join us as we embark on this new series thinking about how we can experience God’s presence today.
How to live like Jesus – by Word and Spirit
Fear the Lord and become fearless. Submission and service mark the path to peace and power.
As those who have experienced the joys of new life through Jesus Christ and being brought into a new community by His Spirit, we have a treasure that must be shared.
2 Kings 7:3-20
In our new series, we remind ourselves of those values that we hold dear as a church. As we do, we hear Christ’s challenge us to deeper levels of faith and commitment to follow Him.
When Jesus calls us, He equips us. He makes us good enough to follow Him.
Jesus has fought for and won our freedom, conquering Satan on the cross. In love, He offers us healing and victory.