John brings a tough put positive word from Luke 10:1-16. John encourages us to earnestly pray for our friends, town and country. He also warns us against materialism, in living without excess, and be careful to meditate and practice what you hear.
Martin speaks this week from Luke 9:57-62, firstly encouraging us in that Jesus has taken care of all our life 'baggage', and in light of this Martin challenges us to think of us what remains in our lives that keep us from wholeheartedly following Jesus.
John brings the word from Luke 9:46-56, reminding us again to fix our eyes on Jesus, in that greatness is found in humility and our dependence on Christ. We are to show Christian love, and love for all others as in the perfect example of our savior Christ
CCP curate Adam Whittle brings the word this week, speaking from Luke 9.37-45, he talks of Jesus' Authority, Power and Mission, and how these relate to our lives in Christ, that we would achieve our God given mission in His strength.
John speaking from Luke 9:28-36 of the importance of prayer as an expression of our faith and a vital part of our daily lives, and as Jesus' Glory was shown through His prayer on the mountain, so too are we transformed from one degree of Glory to another.
Martin speaks from Luke 9:23-37, explaining we 'take up our cross' by giving our whole self to God, to know God's heart, being free in talking to others about our relationship with God, taking joy in what pleases Him, and fleeing from what displeases Him.
John brings the word this week from Luke 9:18-22, speaking of Peter's spirit revelaed declaration that Jesus is the Christ (Messiah, Anointed One), and Jesus' Revelation that He must suffer, be killed, but He would rise again to save all from their Sins!
This week was our special CAP Sunday, Ally and Laura speak of the positive impact being made by our SVC CAP work, along with an uplifting interview with Paul who joined us through our CAP Life Skills courses. Phil also presents SVC's Mission of the 4 B's!
John brings a great message as he speaks on an old topic but a new focus for us this New Year, of ‘Fixing Our Eyes on Jesus', as we rest in God's love and keeping, and that He would be with us agan this year as we draw closer to Him. Hebrews 12:1-2
In our last meeting of 2018, John brings a Christmas Word and a call to salvation, reminding us of God's limitless love for us and ultimate sacrifice to save us from our sins and so that we may enjoy a personal and eternal relationship with Him.
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