This week was Remembrance Sunday, as we remembered those that have and are fighting in the war; Daniel shared with us some of the things that the Bible says we should and shouldn't forget.
God wants the best for us in our lives and this podcast gives you a glimpse of this and what it means as we go on our journey in life with him.
This Sunday Pete Worthington encouraged us about the presence of God and hearing God's voice when we are in that place.
God's presence is in the present and we carry his presence within us!
This podcast will encourage you to be in the presence of God and pray and love those people around us.
In church we have been talking a lot about going on a Journey and along the way finding the freedom that God has for us in our lives.
As we travel on this Journey we realize that there are areas in our lives that have been damaged and that damage causes a "rut" in our lives and these are the things that we need to find freedom from.
In this Podcast Daniel shares with us what steps we can take to find this freedom and release the ruts. This then leads us to a place where we can love God and others.
Sometimes on our walk with God we find it difficult to hear God's voice, there can be many reasons for this to happen and in this Podcast Daniel shares with us some of those reasons and how we can change to hearing God's voice.
This is a really encouraging Podcast to help you on your personal journey with God
Brian Heasley from the 24/7 prayer movement challenges and encourages us to develop Holy Habits of prayer. This entertaining and practical guide will inspire you to get closer to God and spend more time with Him. Have a listen to this great message.
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