A collection of writings, thoughts and poems.
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Amy Anderson • What if God is more interested in the journey rather than the end result?
Ronnie Dawson • Three stories of faith and the Kingdom at work.
Neil Dawson • Judgement isolates people and puts them to shame
Neville Garland • What will be our legacy?
Neil Dawson • Do our doubts disqualify us from faith?
David McBride • The Good Samaritan
Neil Dawson • Jesus and the woman at the well
Neil Dawson • We perform the gospel we proclaim.
Javier Chaviel • What do we carry into the places we go?
Neil Dawson • Paul saw love as greater than the Gifts of the Spirit
David McBride • The god you serve is reflected in how you speak.
Looking back over the last four weeks together
Whoever says they abide in Jesus must walk as he did.
Exploring the Sermon on the Mount. How Jesus changed minds and hearts.
How the Beatitudes change how we love God, ourselves and our community
What God has taught members of our Church Family during Lockdown.
The Gospel compels us to connect with people on the other part of town.
Inward, outward and corporate disciplines, based on the book by Richard Foster
A Rebalancing. After 5 years we're revisiting our church values for the new decade.
A series for Advent 2019
Christ's only design for his people.
Where we're not afraid to go that bit deeper.
How Jesus uses ordinary people to do extraordinary things.
Doubt is often seen as a problem, but what ever we never question?
Looking at aspects of the character of Jesus that may have passed us by.
Challenging our prejudices and misconceptions of society around us.
A series on the Old Testament book of Judges.
Building, edifying, growing: how a local church works.
That moment when you fall into the arms of God, and allowing him to minister over you.
Looking at areas of hardness in the Christian life which can lead to fruitlessness and ineffectiveness.
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Inspired conversation with ordinary people.