In the first part of our study on Gospel-centred Service we look at Philippians chapter 2 and discover that the Gospel of Jesus Christ is our basis and example for what true service should look like. Jesus’ willingness to become nothing that we might gain everything is our model for service.
As we reflect on a truly blessed Resurrection Sunday last week, we ask ourselves are we living in light of the truth of the resurrection and enjoying the blessings it has given to the believer?
In our second study on what Gospel-centred Community is like, we discover 2 key desires from 1 Thessalonians that should be in the heart of all of Gods people.
As we join together to celebrate the Baptism of 4 people at HBC, Pastor Adam explains that Baptism is but just a reflection of the amazing change in the life of someone who has decided to follow Christ.
Our guest speaker Jonathan Armstrong, Pastor of Diss Baptist Church, encourages us with a reminder of the true & unending joy found in God.
Our guest speaker Jonathan Armstrong, Pastor of Diss Baptist Church, challenges us from Matthew 21 with the question ‘Is Jesus your Lord?’.
In this first study on what gospel-centred community is and looks like, we will examine Paul’s challenge to the Corinthian Christians about their view of the church community and it’s importance in their lives.
We study three accounts from the Gospels which show us that our view & use of money is a barometer of where our heart & devotion lies.
We complete our study on gospel-centred worship by looking at Paul’s instruction to the church in Rome to live their lives in worship to God. We ask ourselves what this means and what it might look like in our lives each day.
Our guest speaker, Stacey Wyncoll, Pastor of Rishangles Baptist Church, challenges us to revere God, reflect God & represent God.