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.
After a short message from Eric, Paul Davies then brings his final sermon for SVC before his and Karen's move to Ireland. Speaking from Genesis 37, he uses Joseph's journey from pit to prime minister, to teach us how to achieve God given total forgiveness
Martin brings a positive but challenging word from Luke 9:10-17, revealing what the 'Feeding the 5000' passage is all about, and through that encouraging us to have compassion and to being a blessing to others in the opportunities that arise.
John firstly brings a word from 1 Peter 1:13-25 on the importance of being Holy in ALL we do from our jobs to service in our SVC family. John then gives feedback from our recent Vision Night covering four topics: outreach, prayer, service and discipleship
New CCP curate Adam Whittle brings the word from Luke 1:1-9, firstly looking at the passage from ‘Peter's perspective'. Adam encourages us to step out in faith as the Lord leads, just like the twelve disciples and grow in our relationship with Jesus.
Martin brings the stories of Jairus and the sick women and in these two desperate situations Martin minister's on the topic of Transforming Prayer: Having quality prayer time, and being open and available in our service for God and His people.Luke 8:40-56
John brings a powerful word and witness from the story of the demon possessed man, in Luke 8:26-39, through it reminding us that Jesus Christ is Lord over everything; His power is infinitely greater than any demonic power, able to save all that seek Him.
This week John brings the word from Luke 8:22-25. John reminds us that as Christians we are certainly not exempt from life's storms, and even if we're not always delivered from them, our loving Father will always be with us through them. Luke 8:22-25
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