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Prayer is a big part of our relationship with god and this Sunday we had a Guest Speaker, Rob Scott - cook who inspired us in Prayer.
Sometimes we can find it hard to pray or get discouraged when we feel our prayers aren't being answered.
If you need to be encouraged in prayer then listen to this podcast and let Rob inspire you in your prayer life.
This Podcast is part 2 of looking at the journey of discipleship that we are on.
This week Daniel shares with us that when we are on this journey of Discipleship we are aiming to live in the Kingdom of God. The Kingdom of God is all about Relationship and that is what this journey is all about.
Listen to this Podcast and find out more about this relationship that you can also have with God and you could start your Journey with him today.
The christian life is not static it is a journey. But the question is from where to where. In this short message Daniel Sibthorpe lays out the principles of being a disciple. He challenges us that there is a model left by Jesus in how we are to approach this life. Be challenged, inspired and encouraged as you listen.
It is easy to try and sort out issues that are happening in our lives the way that we think they should be done but is this how God wants us to deal with these things? God is waiting for us to go to him with the things that are on our minds and ask him what we should do.
In this Podcast John Williams who is one of the Elders in the Church gave us some insight into this and encouraged us to listen to God and what he wants to say to us.
Are you finding it hard to deal with what is going on in your life? Have you been asking God what to do?
Why not stop and listen to this podcast and be encouraged today.
This Sunday we had our Celebration Sunday where we spent time looking back over some of the things that we have been doing during 2013.
This was lead by Daniel Sibthorpe who is the pastor of Living Waters Church but you will also hear from some of the people in the congregation as well.
There was also a presentation which was rolling at the same time and if you would like to watch this then Click on this Link and you can watch it.
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