The Key to us being more like the person we are designed to be starts with our minds.
All of our thoughts are either initiated by God or the enemy, when we realise this it has an impact on how we deal with our thoughts.
Daniel Sibthorpe shares with us how we can change our thinking and learn to ask God what he thinks which will give us a greater and better perspective on what is going on.
Clare Wilkinson inspires us to think about our relationships and how we are doing with them, are we trying to do everything on our own or are we asking God to help us with our friendshuips?
When we let God into the mix then our relationships can become deeper and more intimate and we can be remebered as a person who has loved others.
Many of us are aware of feelings of worry, anxiety, fear and many other negative emotions that we feel in our lives which come from a place of stress.
Pete Worthington shares a journey that he is on to find freedom from these stresses in his life. Finding freedom from these feelings can be found by going on a journey with God and asking him what he feels about the situations we are in. To find out more, have a listen to the podcast.
Many of us have stories that we can tell how God has blessed us in our lives and has provided for us in some way.
In this podcast, Charles Sibthorpe shares with us how we can be blessed through having a generous and giving heart.
As we are obedient and faithful to God, we shall then see his blessing in our lives.
This sunday Peter Kember shares with us from the story of Rahaab and how she had such a revelation of how powerful God is.
If you need encouraging about how powerful God is today then listen to this podcast as Peter unpacks the story of Rahaab and the power of God.
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