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7th November 2021
We have been given our five senses and also a brain to process all this input. Does that mean we see everything properly? Daniel challenges us that the truth is only found in God's opinions, not our experience or observations.
18th July 2021
Is it possible to live in peace? With all the challenges we face how can we remain in a protective bubble of peace. Have a listen and find out.
3rd July 2021
The bible is full of comeback stories. We love a comeback but do we also like to give others that second and third chance that God gives us.
27th June 2021
Ben Hull looks at how we find and discover God's wisdom. It would be wise t have a listen
20th June 2021
Do we really see things clearly. Does our view of God as a father affect the way we act towards HIm and distort our expectation of His actions towards us?
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We love Living Waters because...
It was great finding a church where people worshipped passionately, included children and supported even young children to follow God.