28th October 2018
Our humanity comes from God, he created us and made us in his likeness and image.
Peter was a human and had his own battles, this podcast looks at what the bible says about the battles that we face and how we should deal with them.
we need our friends around us to support us through hard times and equally, we need God to help us fight the battles.
This podcast looks into this.
21st October 2018
The Prodigal son is a story in the bible that we all know well, during this message Peter Kember looks into this story from the father and the two son's point of view and looks at the things they did right and wrong.
It's always good to get a fresh perspective on things and this podcast does just that!
14th October 2018
Pete Worthington shares with us how we need to trust God in our lives and listen to his voice. Pete shares from experiences that have taken place in his own life with this area.
7th October 2018
We apologise for the quality of this podcast, we didn't have the normal set up in church and so we weren't able to record the message in the same way.
In this Podcast, Clare Wilkinson explores with us what it means for God to delight in us and what this looks like in our lives.
30th September 2018
We all have things that we hold valuable in our lives and these things have an impact on who we are as a person.
God sees us as valuable, Daniel shares in this podcast how when we get a revelation of how much God values us we can then start to see other people around us as Valuable.
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I have lots of friends here. Every body looks after you. You are never alone.