Thomas continues in our 1 Corinthians series in chapter 5:6-8 and asks how is what you believe changing how you live? He explains that a little can affect a lot and that we need to make sure we’re getting out with the old and in with the new to live a life of pursuit.
Galatians 6:11-18: Which Way? Thomas looks at the way of the world obsessed with appearance, living with fear and pride and the way of the cross which means we are a new creation in Jesus but in that we also carry scars.
Thomas draws out of Pauls warnings to the Galatians that we need to guard our actions in restlessness, that when we hold back we miss out and that Jesus is here to stay.
Continuing in our series in Galatians, Thomas begins by looking at the promise and law. From this, he focuses on Paul’s desire for the people of Galatia to understand fully the grace received by God through Jesus Christ.
Continuing in our new series in Galatians 1:11-24 Thomas looks at the calling of Paul. He explains that God is working in our waiting, that God’s grace is always sufficient for us, we must be aware of the battles when we step out and finally that we all share the calling to share the Gospel with others.
Thomas looks at Galatians 1:1-5 . When we are rescued we are redeployed to a new purpose, we are released , we are re-quipped and finally we rejoice in the light of our rescue.
Thomas starts a new series this week on Elijah and looks at the importance of letting go fully if we are to allow God to work in his fullness in and through us. He unpacks that letting go needs to be a habit, that letting go is a battle and that God is more than enough in our lives.
Thomas looks at three character traits we can cultivate if we are to live more like Jesus. We are to gossip the Gospel, be a peacemaker and a humble servant in the world around us.
Thomas looks at Titus 2:1-10 and examines why Paul gave these instructions to Titus. He explains that we are on a mission that matters which means that we are to be light in the darkest of places, to be open and vulnerable before God and to remember that we are never alone.