This Sunday is Pentecost and we heard from Daniel Sibthorpe how we can have a living relationship with the Holy Spirit in our lives.
The Holy Spirit can speak to us and guide through every day, the Holy Spirirt is creative and wants to enable us to be creative in our lives, the Holy Spirirt strengthens and encourages us.
Does this sound appealing to you? if so listen to this podcast and find out more of the relationship you can have with the Holy Spirit.
This Sunday we had Ian Andrews with us, Ian travels sharing the good news that God wants to heal us, he sees God's healing power at work as he visits different places.
Ian shared with us that God loves us ALL, his heart is that he wants to heal us ALL and that we are ALL included.
This is a really encouraging message and one to listen too.
God wants a continual growing connection with us that doesn't go stagnant and stay still.
In this podcast Daniel encourages us to make sure we have a connection with God in Prayer, this is an important part of our relationship with God.
If you are struggling with your connection with God then listen to this podcast to find out how you can feed your soul.
This Sunday Pete Worthington encouraged us on our journey of praying to God and what that can look like.
When we pray to God and partner with him, we then see things happen and see him move. We don't always feel that praying is an easy thing to do so in this podcast Pete gives us some tips on Praying.
Be encouraged in your prayer life and listen to this podcast.
We come to the final part of our series on the resurrection. Easter Sunday is the day that made our connection with God possible. The veil was torn from top to bottom. Nothing can separate us from God any more. It is finished, the prison the enemy held us in is broken open. But If we like Paul 'want to know Christ more and understand the power of the resurrection' then we need to learn to live in the freedom that has been purchased. Listen to Daniel as he talks with passion about this amazing invitation.
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