“Whatever You Do” is a 4-week series which kicks off a new year of loving Jesus and living his mission together. The average Christian spends less than 10 hours of their 168-hour week at church – many of them less than 5 hours a week – so the command in Colossians 3:17&23 is of vital importance to our discipleship: “Whatever you do, whether in word and deed, do it all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to the Father through him … Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for men.”
God loves being God. He enjoys it so much that he wants us to share in his enjoyment. He says that our own happiness depends on grasping how happy he is. That’s what the Bible means when it tells us that “The joy of the Lord is our strength” (Nehemiah 8:12)
Luke was an outsider. He was a pagan looking in on the happy-clappy Christians in his city and wondering what all the fuss was about. Then he heard the message - God had invited ordinary men and women to become part of his family. Come and join us to find out what it means when God says "Join The Family".
A lot of what passes for Christianity isn't Christianity at all. That's not too controversial - the spiritual leaders of Europe have been pointing it out for over 500 years. Let's learn how to become Naked Christians.
Life is noisy. It's hard to keep up with the beat. That's why for thousands of years people have made the book of Psalms the soundtrack to their life. Take some time out from the noise and join us to discover a better, God-given rhythm that has been on people's playlist for over three thousand years.
There are over 7 billion people in the world right now. Many billions more have lived and died before us. One life stands high above them all, a single life that changed everything for humankind as a whole.
He never held an office, yet our laws are founded on his teaching. He never wrote a book, yet he has inspired more writing than anybody else in history. Join us and find out why...
None of us are born with a manual in our hands telling us how to make the most of life. We have to work it out the hard way. That’s why it’s such good news that the Bible contains a whole book about how to make the most of life, love, work, free time, money, family, friends and just about everything else. Join us as we study the book of Proverbs together and discover how life works God’s way.
One small step can make a massive difference. That’s what Peter discovered when he obeyed Jesus’ call to follow him. Peter the fisherman became Peter the apostle. Everything changed for him and for all of those around him. Peter’s friend Mark wrote down his story to encourage people like you and me. Come and see how Jesus is inviting you to Step Into The Story.