God wants our lives to be nourished, well fed and full of love and that is just what a well-watered garden is like as well.
In this podcast, Daniel shares with us how there are many resources that God wants to give us so that we can be free of the things that bring us down. We need to take our eyes off our own needs and start to give to those around us and we will then see God watering our own garden!
Its fathers day today but what does that really mean. Daniel explores in this podcast how our real fathers can affect the way we see our heavenly father. As you listen pray that God readjusts your perspective of Him. He is a good, good father
It was great to have Don Double with us this Sunday, he shared a word with us about walking with God and how that can be exciting and bring freedom to our lives.
Catch up on what Don said by listening to this podcast.
God created the world and then he put human life in it, We as humans are the most important part of what God created.
Throughout the Bible, God shares how he wants to have a relationship with us, that he wants to be amongst us.
In this podcast, Daniel shares with us more of what the bible says about God wanting to be with us.
Today is Pentecost when we remember and celebrate the amazing gift of the holy spirit. In this podcast, Daniel explains how we can develop a genuine friendship with this third member of the Trinity. As we start to understand that we were never really designed to live without God’s empowerment, the Holy Spirit is not an optional extra but rather our very source of life.
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