Kicking off our new theme, TOGETHER we will be going through the book of Ephesians. We look at how the book of Ephesians is a huge dream all about the local church! Paul challenges us to be who Christ has made us - Better Together
Richard shared some reflections and asked the question, Why would Jesus need to come back with a physical body? He also looked at how this is a relevant discussion in our culture today as we can either segment our lives or view it more holistically.
Peter was one of Jesus' closest friends but there were times when he needed to hear Jesus say the same thing to him more than once. Sometimes, we too, need to hear again how God's heart is always reaching out.
Ever realised how even Jesus' closest friends didn't believe he had risen from the dead at first? Jesus was gracious as he journeyed with their unbelief which gives us an insight in how we share our faith with our loved ones on their journey from unbelief.
You ever realise how often Jesus went against the tide? So much of his ministry to others went against the popular opinion or culture of the day. We took some time to look specifically at how Jesus went Against The Tide in his treatment of women. We closed this session by reading some data from the 21st century and asked the question, how can we be those who also go Against The Tide?
Deon shares about The Extent Of Christ's Love and how this not only cuts us to the core but also reveals the heart of our ministry - Reconciling Others to God
Joel shares how Everyone is Building and Everyone will face a Storm. The question is not whether the storm will come, but rather What Am I Building On? What do we rely on? What do we think will give us satisfaction in life? What are we pursuing?
Richard shares how we all look like our maker, our heavenly Father. We are Image Bearers
Beth shares a word bringing a challenge how we are called To Live Our Lives For Others.
Third part of a series based on 2 Timothy 2.1-7 called We Are. Paul was at the end of his life and he wrote this to Timothy, a local church leader, and this is his most personal and endearing letter. He is passing the baton onto Timothy and he tells him - this is is who you are and this is what it means to follow Jesus.