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October has become Stoptober for many people this month as they are giving up something, as a church we have been thinking about what in our lives we can give up.
Daniel Sibthorpe shared with us how we need to be people who are doers of God's word, not so people can see what we do but with a humble heart.There are lots of people around us who are in need, by sacrificing something that we like we will find compassion for those around us.
Do you think you could go without for a week? would you like to have more compassion for those who are in need around you? if so why not go on the CAP website and find out what you could go without this week and find out what it feels like for others.
Life can sometimes be tough and we can feel heart ache, pain and sad times but the good news is that we have a God who has a spiritual food that he can resource us with everyday.
Daniel Sibthorpe shares with us how by living in the kingdom of God we can receive from all of God's resources. The Bible tells us that we will never go hungry by receiving the spiritual food God has for us.
Find out more about the harvest God has waiting for you today!
This Sunday as part of our discussion Sunday we were thinking about who in life inspires us?
In this podcast Daniel encourages us to think about who we are serving and walking with on their journey with God? As we give to others we will also find the freedom that we need!
Pete Worthington shared with us a word that God had given him, this word was about where is God's home to us.
Do we see God as up in the sky or is his home in our hearts? In this podcast Pete looks at what the bible says about this and how it can have an impact on our lives.
This Sunday we had our last in our Summer series and this week we have been looking at the book of Esther.
Clare Wilkinson shared with us some of the journey that Esther went on, how she needed courage to stand up for the Jews and how she listened to what those around and god had to say.
This is a great podcast and will definitely inspire you.
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