Looking at Jeremiah 29:4-7 and Matthew 5:13-16, we consider how God is calling us to be a ‘turned inside-out’ people, who seek to influence our community and world for the Kingdom of God.
As the church of Jesus Christ grows, we discover through debate and conflict the true mark of Christ’s people. Acts 15
Looking at the call and journey of Abraham, we are encouraged to be a people who dig wells and build altars as we hear God’s voice and follow Him.
How do we remain courageous and faithful in the face of opposition and persecution, as we seek to experience and share the life of God’s kingdom? Acts 14
Jim continues the Inside Out series, challenging us to see that part of being a transformational force in our community is showing mercy. Isaiah 58
Continuing our series, we are met with the surprising truth of the life changing Kingdom of God – that all are welcome! Acts 13
Through Peter’s miraculous release, we discover where true strength is found in the Kingdom of God.
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
- Expecting the Unexpected
- Fruitfulness on the Frontline
- Give Your Head Peace
- God's Big Picture
- Hearts on Fire
- Holy Week 2018
- Inside Out
- Jesus' Way
- Kingdom People
- Life Together
- Presence and Power
- Rhythms of Grace
- Teach Us To Pray
- The Elijah Chronicles
- Who do we think we are?