This week Daniel Sibthorpe has been sharing with us such exciting news that we need to remember in our lives.
The old way of living under the law has been done away with and now we can live in relationship with God and live with God's Grace which gives us great freedom from all the baggage that can get us down.
Be encouraged and hear about the amazing life you can have through the new covenant that God has provided for you today.
This month we are looking at different ways that we can try new things in our lives.
God is the God of new things and he wants our lives to be full of fresh and new experiences. In order for us to experience what God has for us we need to be flexible and not get stuck in a rut of doing the same thing all the time.
In this podcast Daniel Sibthorpe challenges us to ask god what new experiences he has for us.
How about you, are you up fort the challenge?
This is a great podcast where Daniel Sibthorpe encourages us to be generous with our finances.
The bible says for us to be generous in all circumstances, the more that we change our mind set to be generous to others the more that God will meet our needs,
This is a fantastic podcast that will really leave you feeling encouraged!
Last month as a church we were looking at what in our lives we could give up and thinking about what impact that has had on our lives.
This month we are thinking about what new things we can try! God loves us being creative in our lives and wants us to become more like him by changing the way we think and act, God has so much that he wants us to experience. Daniel inspired us to change the way we think about others as we try new things this month.
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.
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