James encourages us to be intentional in our relationship with God, in our embodiment of kingdom principles and in our sharing the gospel with others. John 4:1-26
A look at some practical ways in which we can connect the gospel with people in our lives and the world around us. John 1:35-51
James encourages us to think about Jesus return and having a sense of urgency in our desire to share the gospel with others. Luke 14:14-24
We live in an age where the prevailing message is ‘I am master of my own life’. Chuck challenges us to consider whether we are allowing God to be master over all aspect of our lives. Ephesians 2:1-10
We all try to make sense of ourselves and others through stories. Steven looks at the different stories of grace we can see in Ephesians 3:1-21
As you look over all that God has promised you, all that he is calling you to, what are the Giants in your land, the sources of fear that are causing you to hold back? Numbers 13:1-33, Ephesians 1:15-23
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.