In our first desert island disc encounter, we marroon Tim Pemberton and Anita Hall on our imaginary island. Sadly we were only able to capture Tim's selection so sit back and enjoy getting to know Tim a little more.
In this short but powerful message Craig reminds us of how God has equipped us to live a victorious, health filled and good life. This is a great reminder of what God has for you. Be encouraged as you listen.
Since we have been born we are creating a story about our lives, this week Daniel shares with us a life story and encourages us to think about our own stories and how they have developed.
Are we including God in our story? are we asking him what he thinks and what he wants us to do?
Jesus was able to walk through this world and remain undamaged by the people He encountered. The key was that He always referred back to his father in every situation. It was not that He couldn't react just like us, it's just He chose to let His father have the first and final word on every situation. This simple but profound key is explained and explored in this short message.
Two sundays in a month we have groups of people who have signed up to take part in some teaching courses. This Sunday we heard from two people who are on one of the courses and hear how they are getting on.
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