Chuck looks at two critical questions that, if we asked them of ourselves regularly, would help us to be better stewards of all the good things God has given us. Luke 16:1-13
On Easter Sunday we can discover that the Resurrection gives us new hope, new life and new purpose. Luke 24:13-35
Finding it tough waiting for something? Don speaks on Luke 1:5-25, the story of Zechariah and Elizabeth, and considers the challenge of waiting, turning to God in our waiting and God’s grace in providing for us.
In this passage, Lauren explores how God used Zacheriah and Elizabeth to fulfil his plans and how he can use our lives beyond what we could ever ask or imagine. Luke 1:5-25
With the coming of Christ he calls the young to a radical courageous life and the older generation need to put away the retirement slippers as Gods surprise plan arrives for them. We see in the life of Mary and Elizabeth, Christs purposes and promises are for all generations. Luke 1:5-25
Thomas looks at the parable of the prodigal son in Luke 15 and the two different mindsets between the father and son as they reconcile.
Zechariah’s Song Luke 1:67-80 In this study of Zechariah’s prophetic song we are given the first glimpse of the gospel, the good news of God’s rescue plan for the world. We are also challenged to follow in the footsteps of John the Baptist and in doing so to take up the same office as a […]
James speaks from Luke 24:13-35 and looks at the road to Emmaus.
Thomas looks at the story of the good Samaritan and that it is rooted in love. He looks at sometimes we do not need a plan, we just need to be present, we need to not discount ourselves and also we need to reexamine how we live in light of our time and possessions.