2nd February 2020
The Goal of Christianity is a relationship with the Trinity.
We have a God who is standing with his arms open wide just wanting us to be in a relationship with him. He loves us so much that he sent his son Jesus into the world, to go through deep pain so that he can have a connection and relationship with us. This longing shows us just how valuable each one of us to God.
For us to find freedom in our lives it starts with a relationship with our heavenly father. Daniel shares more about this in this podcast.
26th January 2020
God has a longing for us to be in his family and he says that we are called into relationship with him. He wants us to have a face to face connection and he wants this because he loves each of us so much.
Our perceptions of who God is can smear the actual picture of how God is and how he wants us to be in his family.
What is your perception of God? How do you see him today?
19th January 2020
This Sunday we heard from Ben Sibthorpe who lives in Australia with his family and works with MAF (Mission Aviation Fellowship)
Ben shared with us the great work that he has been doing and the people that the organisation can help.
12th January 2020
The first part of this podcast Tanya Sibthorpe shares with the church how their holiday to Australia went and what the family got up to while they were away.
The second part, Daniel Sinthorpe shares with us where we will be heading this coming year on our church journey.
15th December 2019
This week we continue our Advent theme and today Peter Kember spoke to us about Joy.
It's easy for our joy to be missing when life is busy, especially at this time of year but in this podcast, Peter explains to us that being Joyful is part of who we are meant to be.
Peter looks at three areas of our lives that are affected by Joy,
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I have been able to help the children younger than me to feel happy and join in.