Dave Tudor from CAP's head office brings the word for our CAP Sunday, reading from 1 John 4:7-20, using three headings Find, Follow and Fulfil, speaking of Love for one another and of God's equipping of us to do all that He asks from us.
Paul Davies reminds us through today's word from Psalm 91, that God will always be with us through our trials and difficulties, and will be our place of refuge, safety and restoration.
Margaret brings a great word from Philemon, speaking on how Paul, Timothy and Onesimus from different backgrounds and classes came together as they found their hope and reconciliation through God, as brothers in Christ.
Julie Ann Lord's very open and moving Testimony of her life's story from an incredibly difficult start to the realisation and acceptance of God's love for her.
John brings the word from Psalm 23, speaking on: 'The LORD (Yahweh) is my Shepherd' always with us as we go through ‘green meadows' and the ‘dark valleys', He is always faithful, with the future assurance of eternity with Him.
Eric brings the word from Psalm 22 ‘A prophecy of the suffering Messiah', how remembering Jesus' ultimate sacrifice and love for us can help bring us closer to Him and help us cope with the difficult times through our lives.
John brings a great word on our Baptism service, as we celebrate three more lives openly showing their commitment to Christ. John also asks us all; do our hearts still long for a continuing and growing relationship with God? Reading John 14:21 NLT
Our own Dawn Ellison brings a very insightful look at Jehovah's Witnesses beliefs and how we as Christian's can best talk to them about God. It is also great to hear how God is using Dawn's online witness to show the real love of God to a number of JW's
John brings Psalm 103, reminding us of God's sovereignty, righteousness, and His beautifully limitless Love for us. Reminded of this may our heart's desire to live for Him grow even stronger.
Our own Margaret Brown brings the story of the ‘Demon Possessed Man' from Luke 8:26-39. Margaret reminds us that “If you run to Jesus for help, you're going to get it” it may not be immediate as it was with the demon possessed man, but...God will answer!
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