This week Daniel talks about a key tool in living a life of freedom. Forgiveness is something we need to learn to do, it will change our life and the lives of others around us. This is a short message but a good reminder of an essential skill we can develop with God’s help.
Peter Kember shared with us some of his thoughts from an old hymn that he had sang recently. The following verse inspired Peter to think about the Church today and what that looks like. Have a listen to this Podcast and ask God to reveal to you what Church looks like.
Let us build a house where prophets speak and words are strong and true.
Where all God's children dare to speak, to dream God's reign anew
Here the cross shall stand as witness, and a symbol of God's Grace
Here as one we claim the faith of Jesus
All are welcome, all are welcome, all are welcome in this place.
The things that we value we take care of, this may be our house, car or possessions. What about ourselves, do we see our own value and take care of our own needs. Do we understand how fragile we are and others are? What happens when we break something precious or break someone precious.
In this podcast, Daniel looks at all these issues and explains how God has provided a solution to strengthen, repair and restore everything that may appear to be lost or damaged. If you need encouragement in any area of life have a listen.
Staying at rest is a powerful place to be.
When we are at rest there can be things happening around us but if we are connected to God then we will be in a peaceful place.
In this podcast Daniel Sibthorpe shares with us how how we can be at rest and how to stay in that place when struggles come our way.
This week Daniel Sibthorpe shared with us that God is a God of Restoration.
God wants us to be made healthy and back to the original design that he had made for us.
This is a great podcast that will show you the first steps of finding your restoration in God, well worth a listen.
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