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This year as a church we are helping those people around us shine.
To help those around us shine we need to start with building relationships with people and it is then that we can love them.
Daniel Sibthorpe inspires us to keep looking for opportunities to help those around us shine.
In this podcast Daniel shares with us how as we give out to others God then blesses us and gives back to us.
If you would like to know how you can help those people around you and how to love them then listen to this podcast and be inspired.
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.
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