Our passage today tells of an emergency meeting called by the early church leaders to discuss an issue so great it would impact the world forever. As a result of their discussion, that day, we exist as a church today. Focus text: Acts 15
In Acts 14 we find the Apostle Paul facing a wide range of daily challenges – in or time together today we will see how our experience of Christian ministry is so similar to Paul’s and learn how he kept going despite the challenges!
As David is anointed as the new King of Israel we get a fresh glimpse of God’s character. Focus text: 1 Samuel 16
Our passage today is often a controversial one, mainly because it is so misunderstood. As we take ourselves though the chapter we will discover what God’s view of our sin really is and why; whilst also asking what our view of sin shows us about our hearts. Focus Text: 1 Samuel 15
In our passage today we find the apostle Paul giving his listeners 4 reasons to follow Christ. Those 4 reasons are as persuasive and helpful today as they were then. Focus Text: Acts 13
Today we get another look at the church in Antioch and ask what it is that helped them to be willing to sacrifice their comfort to obey the Spirit and send out missionaries for the sake of others. Focus text – Acts 13:1-12
In our passage today the high hopes for King Saul and his leadership turnout to be very short lived. He finds himself wordless, helpless & things seem hopeless. So what can we do if feel the same? In today’s message we find shall find out! Focus Text – 1 Samuel 13
When Peter is arrested by the King and placed in a heavily guarded prison cell to await his execution, the church gathers to pray. What God does next is beyond even their wildest imagination! Focus Text – Acts 12
As Samuel makes his last speech as Judge over Israel he brings a message from God which is both an assurance and a warning. Focus Text: 1 Samuel 12
The new testaments churches were always places of constant excitement and incredible happenings weren’t they? Well today we will be looking to answer that very question b studying the report of the church in Antioch, the birth place of the name ‘Christians’, found at the end of Acts 11.