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.
Our guest speaker Stacey Wyncoll, Pastor of Rishangles Baptist Church, challenges us as to the priority God has in our lives.
We look together at the legacy that King David left his son & his people and question what we are doing in our lives to ensure that we leave a lasting & God glorifying legacy.
In the first part of our study on what gospel-centred worship is and looks like, we will discuss some of the barriers to our true worship of God, whilst also looking at what Jesus himself said true worship involves.
Our guest speaker Dave Rushbrook, Pastor of Sudborne & Tunstall Baptist Church, reminds us why it is worth making sacrifices to follow Jesus.
Our guest speaker Dave Rushbrook, Pastor of Sudborne & Tunstall Baptist Church, reminds us that the decision to follow Jesus requires sacrifice.
Using 1 John 4 as our base text, we explore what the bible tells us about the love of God and then discuss two ways in which this new found knowledge should change our lives.