We all need hope, without it this world becomes a very dark place. As we enter the season of Advent, expectation and coming of the source of all hope Daniel explores what it means to be carriers of hope.
This sunday we had a baby dedication for two of the babies in the church, following on from this Daniel shared how God is a good father who wants the best for us, this model of a father is something that we can use for our own relationships.
We all spend a lot of time thinking about different things but do we realise just how much these things influence who we are!
In this podcast Daniel encourages us to to take a look at what we think about, are we thinking of others and looking to love others or are we thinking about ourselves? We are all designed limited and we need friends to help us along our journeys.
This is a great podcast and will get you thinking!!
This Sunday Pete Worthington shared with us about the time he had spent at the 24-7 gathering. We also heard from some of the others that went and what impact the weekend had had on them.
Daniel Sibthorpe followed on and shared with us about living a missional life and what that means. we are all sent "to go" and that will mean different places for each of us but we are all called to share God's Love to those around us.
We live in very challenging times, The news is not only full of scandal and one natural disaster after another but those who are supposed to be leading us seem without the skills and character to engender any sort of confidence. We can feel hopeless. In this podcast Daniel encourages is to seek the source of all hope. God has this amazing emotion in complete abundance. Listen and find a key to living in this world and being able to not only suvive but help other live in hope.
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