In this Podcast, Beth Barone shares with us her amazing testimony of how she came to know God as her friend.
Sometimes we go through times when we find it hard to hear God's voice.This morning Beth Barone shared with us some steps that we can follow to hear his voice for ourselves again.
We need to start with believing and trusting in who God really is and knowing that he rewards those who seek him.
This podcast will encourage you to find that voice of God for yourself, he is waiting to speak to you today.
Worshipping God is not something that we do just on a Sunday, our lives should be a lifestyle of worship. Daniel shared that as we connect with God and focus our eyes on him then we start to see others around us and see the things God sees, we become an imitator of God.
This is a really great Podcast, have a listen and find out more about being equipped to have a lifestyle of worship every day of your life.
For many of us, Easter is over and we are just working our way through the last of the chocolate. But if we have an understanding of the sort of life God wants for us then we will continue to live out the Easter message. In this short talk, Daniel challenges us to understand our freedom and how to keep it when difficulties hit.
Paul preached Christ and the resurrection in Athens. The philosophers of the day wanted to hear more and understand this radical idea. This Easter message from Daniel encouraged us to continue to discover what living in the power of the resurrection really means. Are we connected to the power source? Maybe we don't even know it's available and free? Have a listen and get connected.
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