Inward, outward and corporate disciplines, based on the book by Richard Foster
More categories in "Sermon Series"
- 12 Spiritual Disciplines
- Beautiful Surrender
- Benefit of Doubt
- Book of Judges
- Church: Why Bother
- The King's Speech
- Hardness Fruitfulness
- Into the Deep
- Jesus Is
- Life in Lockdown
- Monthly Reflections
- Moved into the Neighbourhood
- Ordinary People
- The Other Side
- Walk This Way
- Who is my Neighbour
David McBride • How we can go deeper when we let God define who we are.
David McBride • Repentance: it’s one of those words that scares and confuses
Amy Anderson • Challenging the meaning of love
Neil Dawson • A remedy for restlessness
Frances Anderson • Becoming a mother, then a mother-figure
Neil Dawson • We are in the business of reconciliation.
Neil Dawson • When Paul describes love, the first attribute he lists is “patience”.
God's upside-down Kingdom was established in humility rather than earthly majesty.
Neil Dawson • Moses and the Burning Bush
Have we settled for a comfortable, safe, lazy Christianity? • Neil Dawson
Interviews with our church family, reflecting on what God has taught us during the lockdown.
David McBride • It takes wisdom and humility to ask for help.
Neil Dawson • In a world of increasing judgement the church needs to communicate grace.
That moment when you fall into the arms of God, and allowing him to minister over you.
Amy Anderson • Significance in God's Kingdom has a different meaning than what society describes