Subscribe to this podcast in iTunes or add the following URL to your media player:
This is the final instalment of our summer series. Daniel Sibthorpe finishes with chapter 6 of Galatians. He explores how Paul keeps encouraging us that there is a new and better way to live, the way of grace.
Listen to this one and be inspired but why not also listen to the whole series again.
You can never get enough of God's Amazing Grace.
John Williams continues our series on how Grace is the all we need for life. Looking at Galatians chapter 5 form the message version.
Have a listen and be blessed
Peter Kember continues our summer series with some practical pointers on grace. Have a listen and be blessed
Our series on grace continues as Charles Sibthorpe shares from Galatians chapter 3. He explain clearly that we are all clothed by the grace of God. This garment makes us all look like Jesus and covers every mistake we have made and rubs it out.
Be inspired by Gods Grace again.
As Christians we do not need to be bound by rules and regulations anymore. God sent his son so that we can have a life of freedom.
In this Podcast Joyce Sibthorpe shares with us how we can have a life of freedom by the grace that god has for us, all we need to do is connect with God and tell him how we need him. He has all the resources that we need.
Listen to what Joyce has to say and find your Freedom today.
A podcast is a web feed of audio files placed on the internet for anyone to download or subscribe.
Like most podcasts, you can listen to each 'episode' by clicking individual links on our site. Or alternatively you can use specific podcasting software to make the process a little more automated, and keep up with latest episodes. Apple's iTunes has built-in support for podcasting. You can subscribe to podcasts in iTunes by entering the feed URL. Once subscribed, the podcast will be downloaded automatically. You can choose to update podcasts weekly, daily, hourly, or manually.
If you use Mozilla Firefox, Apple's Safari, or other browser that supports RSS (short for 'Really Simple Syndication'), your browser should automatically detect the feeds attached to our podcast pages, and you can use these to syndicate the podcasts into your browser. For example, clicking the orange icon in the address bar in Firefox will allow you to add a podcast feed to your Bookmarks toolbar.