John brings a word of salvation for our Nativity meeting, speaking from Luke 2:1-20 of Jesus' virgin birth to become our ‘Ultimate Rescuer'.
Eric brings the encouraging message of Advent specifically the second coming of Christ, encouraging us to ask ourselves are we ready and prepared for His return?, and a prompting for us to share with others the Love of Christ before it's too late!
This week Paul continues our Deuteronomy series with chapters 27-28. Speaking of the importance our obedience to God and putting God's word into practice, this opens up more opportunity for us to be blessed by God.
SVC's 5th CAP Birthday! We hear testimonies of lives transformed by some of our CAP clients, also an overview by Laura of how our home visits work, and Ally speaks about our Life Skills courses, finishing with a further encouraging word by Helen.
This Remembrance Day John brings another great word reminding us of God's great Love and Grace, and that as Christians there should be no pride in us, instead a healthy fear of God in reverence, pleasure, joy and awe in realising all He has done for us.
Eric brings a great overview of SVC's Vision! Eric explains how SVC came about just over 9 years ago, going on to explain our core passion to reach people and bring them into a close relationship and walk with God. Proverbs 29:18
Paul brings a passionate word reminding us: to love the Lord with ALL our being, on bringing up and teaching our children about God. We should have no ‘idols' as God should be our central Love, and to fill our minds with His Word.
Margaret brings Deuteronomy 5, reminding us what a privilege it is to speak to God without fear of being consumed, and that the Ten Commandments when lived out are also intended to demonstrate what God is like. The Sabbath can bring appreciation of others
Guest speaker Stan Smith brings a message laid on his heart of peace for SVC, reminding us to go to Jesus with our heavy burdens and issues, and replace them with God's ‘yoke' that is easy to bear, and the burden He gives us is light! Matthew 11:28-30.
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