In our new iDisciple series, we’re invited to be part of God’s daring rescue plan, to increasingly become a people turned inside out for His glory.
Seeing God’s kingdom come, in our lives and in our world, begins with prayer. Acts 11.
Through Cornelius’ story in Acts 10, we are challenged to put aside those things that divide us and increasingly become a community that welcomes the outsider, accepting one another in Christ.
As we return to the Unstoppable series looking at the book of Acts, Nigel unlocks the secret of life in God’s Kingdom. Acts 9.
Looking again at John’s message, Andrew helps us to see that true disciples live in a posture of repentance that bears spiritual fruit. Luke 3:15-20
Nigel shows us in this New Year’s message how living out our God-given purpose leads to joy, fulfilment and much more. John 1:1-18
Jim Challenges us to look again at Mary, learning from her faith to believe that God can do the impossible, and that he might even want to use…us! Luke 1:39-56
Continuing to look at the life and message of John the Baptist, Nigel encourages us to return to Christ, our ‘first love’, and know that he is enough – for our life and for our world. Luke 3:7-18
Looking at John the Baptist’s life’s message, Jim challenges us to use Advent to prepare for Christ’s coming (Luke 3:1-6).
Nigel speaks this Advent Sunday from Mark 13 on preparing our hearts and lives not only for Christmas, but also for Christ’s Second Coming.
Visiting speaker Olly Goldenberg from the ministry Children Can speaks on the power of the Gospel story, keeping the main thing the main thing, and seeing God’s kingdom come and his will be done in and through the whole church – both old and young alike.
Is it really possible to be like Jesus? Jim introduces us to Stephen, the first martyr of the Christian faith, who shows us that it really is possible to be like Jesus.