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On this remembrance Sunday we have been remembering not just those that have given their lives to fight for our country but also other people that have given up things for us.
Let's remember those in past and that are with us now who give up so much for us.
As we look outside the leaves are changing colour and falling to the ground. If you look even closer tiny buds are forming that are producing new growth.
Daniel shared that the things that God is speaking to us about will produce new growth.
We need to embrace the changes and know that God is standing right with us and helping us along the way.
Before the busy Christmas season takes hold, why not think of what God has been saying to you this year, What did you want to achieve and would you have done things differently along the way?
Paul says "I have found the secret to being content at all times in all situations". If this is possible then how do we find the secret and live this way. Using the example of learning how to play a particular drum rhythm Daniel explores how we can discover and implement this secret into our lives.
This Sunday we heard from Daniel and Beth Barone as they shared what discipleship means and how that works out in our lives.
We are designed to be in relationship with others and this is what discipleship is all about. Listen to this podcast and hear more about how we can be disciples to those around us.
Rules!! Some people love them and some people find them a great challenge to see how you can work around them.
Whether you like them or not, the good news is that we don't have to live our lives being bound by rules.
God sent Jesus so that we can live a life that is connected to God and in this place, we find all the resources, love and freedom we need rather than being bound by shame and fear.
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