Matt Hogarty • In a divided society, we are called to bear peace
John closes his book by revealing his purpose in writing Jesus’ story: These are written that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.
Neil Dawson • Judgement isolates people and puts them to shame
Overcoming the fear of missing out.
The world around us now echoes our own distorted voice.
Amy Anderson • Creating a space where people can come just as they are.
It just wouldn’t be Christmas without the lights.
Neil Dawson • What is it that breaks your heart? What risk are you going to take for your neighbourhood?
Neil Dawson • Easter Morning • Peacemaking is an act of surrendering, not something passive.
Amy Anderson • Fruitfulness is not about what we do but who we are and who He is.
Neil Dawson • When we pose the darkest questions it can become the most profound acts of faith.
Neil Dawson • The scriptures can be used to make a point, or even condemn. But they always point to Jesus.
Neville Garland • Doing what you believe is truly right without knowing what the outcome truly is.
Neil Dawson • Paul saw love as greater than the Gifts of the Spirit
It is in the light that we find our life.
Neil Dawson • Jesus and the woman at the well