Tammy explores Luke 12 – Luke 12 teaches us that simplicity brings freedom. Money is not the answer and so we look at what this looks like in our lives today.
Libby explores Luke 12 vs 13-34 – We are called to live a life of simplicity, when it comes to finances what is our legacy going to be?
Scott looks at the empty tomb and asks the question what does it mean for our past, present and future that Jesus rose from the grave? Luke 24:1-12
Ali encouraged us to think about why we know Jesus rose from the dead. The passage in Luke 24 describes Jesus having risen from the dead and Ali explored what that means for us. Love has won. Luke 24
During this candlelit carol service on Christmas Eve, Chuck draws lessons from the life of Simeon and the paintings of Rembrandt. Luke 2:25-32
Chuck continues the series on stewardship, Faithful Servants, by looking at how we might be better stewards of the rich and abundant harvest all around us. Luke 10: 1-10
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