As Christians we are called not to worry about how long we will live for but to be concerned instead about how well we are living, Acts 20:17-38
Chuck looks at God as our loving heavenly father, and how he loves to make himself known to us. Ephesians 1:1-6
At the start of a 24/7 prayer week, as part of a nation wide year of continuous prayer for Scotland, Chuck encourages us to pray for our nation: For extraordinary miracles, for large numbers of people to come to faith, and for all believers to find new freedom in Christ, Acts 19:8-20.
It is possible to live our Christian lives in a very natural way with no reference to the supernatural or desire for the Holy Spirit, Chuck looks at Acts 19:1-12 and challenges this attitude to instead allow God to use all of us, our whole being.
Chuck looks at what it means to be ‘in Christ’, Ephesians 1:1-14
In Acts we see the disciples deliberately went into the cities to preach the gospel. Chuck looks at Gods heart for the city, and considers what it means for us as a church based in the center of Aberdeen. Acts 18:1-11
In a world that values self reliance and self dependence, what does it mean to live in as people who are dependent on God? Ephesians 1:1-14
As Paul shared the gospel peoples lives were transformed. James considers how we too as followers of Jesus should be agents of change in this world. Acts 17:16-34
Chuck starts of this series looking at our identity in Christ by considering how God sees his people as faithful and holy. Ephesians 1:1-4 .
Chuck talks about the importance of being in close relationship with other Christians and part of a small group.