This week we hear from Joyce as she unpacks the life of Rahab. She is mentioned all through the bible as a ancestor of Jesus and also a women of faith.
If you have not heard this story or unpacked her life why not listen again.
This week we hear from Tanya as she explores the life of Ruth, Naomi and Boaz. These are direct descendants of Jesus and it is fun to look back at how they choose the follow God into a line of blessing for their lives.
This Sunday was the first of our Summer Series where we are looking at the lives of some of the characters in the Old Testament and the journeys that they went on.
Today Daniel Sibthorpe was sharing with us about the life of Abraham.
Abraham's journey was one with it's ups and it's downs! but god still blessed Abraham and wanted to help him.
As we go through life we may not always follow the right path or make the right choices but God is still for us. Would you like to know more of how you can have a connection with God in your life and go on a journey with him? Listen to this Podcast and start your journey today.
When you are at a wedding you hear the bride and groom end their vows to each other with the statement "I will". It is a statement that has a long lasting effect, it is not just for that moment but for a lifetime. How much more powerful is it when God himself says "I will". In this message Daniel explores some of those amazing promises. We have a God who never gives up on us or His promises to us even when we might think they are dead and gone.
This Sunday was Father's day and we were thinking about our relationship with our Father's. Some of us have good relationships with our fathers and others not so good, This can have an impact on how we see God as our father.
The love that God has for us is an Agape love, like a father's love for a child, Daniel Sibthorpe shared with us that we can have this love freely from God our Father.
Listen to this podcast and find out more about the relationship we can have with our father God.
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