On this Mothering Sunday Clare Wilkinson shares with us what she has learnt about God's love through becoming a mum.
Clare shares how through her own experiences she has come to know God's love for her and her family in a deeper way.
This is a great podcast and one not just for the mums.
God is the source of all hope, when we feel low and despondent it is God that's close to holding us tight.
Daniel Sibthorpe shares with us how God can put our feet on a rock and give us a fresh perspective of where we are heading.
If you need a fresh perspective today then listen to this podcast and ask God to show you what he sees for the situations you are going through.
We continue our journey and explorations of the story of the road to Emmaus. This week in part 3 Daniel looks at the importance of friendship. We are all designed to be loved and to love in return. Friendship is so vital but for so many so absent in their lives. Listen and be encouraged to become a better friend to those around you and in return experience true friendship.
It's hard to understand the information that we are given at times and it can all sound like nonsense!
We need God to open up our eyes so that we can understand things from his perspective. when we stop and connect with God and allow him to give us what we need then our perspective is changed.
There were two men walking down a road, disappointed, feeling let down, confused and feeling like they had just wasted three years of their life. This may be where you are at? Then Jesus enters and they have a complete change of perspective which leads them to a complete turn around in all areas. We all need to get a fresh perspective on areas in our life. In this podcast, Daniel explores four times in the bible when God stepped into the situation and everything changed.
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