God has given us his words in the Bible for us to read and follow, Pete Worthington shares with us how there is the written word and the spoken word - both of which play an important part in our walk with God.
We need a relationship with God for these words to have an impact on our lives. Gods word is like a seed that is planted but is it planted in soil or among rocks and stones?
Find out more about God's word and how it can be part of your life.
There are many varieties of apples for us to choose from and you may have your favourite type that you like to eat. when you look at an apple tree it is the root that you can't see under the ground that determines what the tree will produce.
Daniel shared with us how the tree needs to stay connected to the root for it to grow and flourish and that is the same for us. When we are connected to God then we will see Gods fruit in our lives.
We have had some great teachings recently and have looked at what it means to be a disciple of Jesus and how having a connection with God can have a healthy impact on our lives.
This podcast is great to reflect and remember what God has been saying to us and help us as we continue our relationship with the Trinity.
We are on a journey with friends, finding freedom from the things that hold us back of being the person that we are originally designed to be.
When we let God into our lives, we are opening ourselves up to him transforming us from the inside out. Through having a connection with God we are able to feel his arms around us and ask him to come on our journey with us.
Joyce Sibthorpe shares with us her passion for us to have the word of God instilled in our lives.
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