"God thinks that we are great, he loves us and wants to be our friend."
This is how God sees us but sometimes our view of this gets changed. We have been chosen by God to be part of his family, even if we mess up, he is still there with his arms open wide to welcome us in.
Charles Sibthorpe explains this by looking at the relationship between Jesus and the disciples.
We are called to walk by faith and not sight. On our life long journey to trust God more, He calls us to step out into the unknown, onto the deep water or away from the reasonable to follow Him. Be challenged and encouraged as you listen.
As we reach the end of another month its easy to forget what God has been saying. In this message, Daniel recaps the last few weeks and looks ahead to some new things we will be doing in exploring what we believe about all sorts of topics.
This Easter Sunday we are reminded that we all have access to God's Resurrection Life. In the bible it says that Jesus came to bring Life, he did that for every one of us and we all can have access to it.
As we grow in our relationship with God and grip hold of his hands then we can see this resurrection power in every part of our lives.
We are designed and made in God's image and likeness, he made us the way we are meant to be for a purpose.
In this Podcast, Clare Wilkinson shares with us what it means to be defined by God and how his heart for us is the best in the big and the little.
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