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.
Thomas looks at the Easter story asking us : have we found what we are looking for? And that Jesus promises a new day each one of us that changes everything!
Thomas look at Moses and the Burning bush and 3 changes that happen when we allow God to fuel the fire of his spirit in us: Our “What now?” changes to “What if?”, our “Why me?” changes to “Why not?” and our “I don’t know” changes to “he knows.”
Thomas looks at Exodus 2:1-11 and the role of Moses’s Parents. We are called to protect what God has given us, God is in control in our letting go, and God chooses us in his masterplan.
Thomas shares the “local vision” for City Church Ellon, and the 4 key priorities for us to carry into 2016 in everything we do as individuals and as a church community.
1 Corinthians 16:1-14 Thomas challenges us to look through the lens of love at every opportunity in our day to day walks as followers of Jesus . That we are called to considered and intentional giving, we are to do everything in love and we are to recognise and replicate love in action
Thomas speaks about our walk with Jesus. He asks us: are we holding onto the word as we walk, are we allowing Jesus to appear on our walk and are we transformed when we walk with Jesus? – 1 corinthians 15:1-11
Genesis 12:1-9 Thomas looks at the call of Abram and our call in the adventure of City Church. That we are Gods chosen people for the job, that we will make mistakes but we carry on, that we continue to place our faith in God and not the plan and finally we leave behind the […]
Thomas speaks about the body of Christ, and that we have all have a part to play. He then asks which part is ours?, and when we are connected to the body, we are then supported by the body. 1 Corinthians 12:12-31
Thomas looks at 1 Corinthians 12:1-11 and looks at Spiritual Gifts. How do we receive them? He compares our responses to these gifts to how we receive gifts on special occasions, and how we need to be “eagerly desiring” all that God has for us.