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.
We know we have freedom when we have found rest in our lives, when we are no longer wrestling with things in our lives which are holding us back from being the person that God wants us to be.
Daniel shares with us in this podcast how we can find this rest and what it can look like in our lives, You can find your Freedom today!!
We are all on a journey in life and this week in Church we got to hear from some of our extended family in the kingdom of God.
We have been having a training week this week with a great bunch of people from all over Europe. This Sunday Daniel asked some of the people that have been with us to share a bit about the journeys they are on.
This Sunday we have been looking at the life of Joshua in the Bible, Daniel shared with us some of the things that Joshua went through and how we can relate those to our lives.
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