Sweet and Sour, traces of grace. If we are in a place of weakness, we aren’t alone. The Bible is full of people whose strings have snapped and who endure through God’s Holy Spirit who brings calm in the tempest. Dave explores what Endurance means.Read More
As we continue our Transformers series, Ian takes us to the river Jabbok where he challenges us to change our lives, make time and space to wrestle with God, and be transformed.
Bill talks from his experience as a prison chaplain to expand on the story of Zacchaeus, and draws parallels with Saul who “was breathing out murderous threats” when he met Jesus. Bill encourages us to read Ephesians and to be amazed at how God’s love transforms.Read More
Which well do we return to? Dave tells how Jacob’s Well was a reliable source of water in a dusty land, used for two thousand years. Jesus points out that water in itself is not enough.Read More
The disciples were fishermen, and caught nothing. Jesus arrived. They caught a net-breaking number of fish (153) and started to change the world. Why? Because they had been in the presence of God, which transforms everything.Read More
Learn about rowing and mowing, as Dave explores the Pentecost transformation. It’s not just about resource – though that’s important. It’s really about relationshipRead More
Our confidence in Christ allows us to be people of transformation like the apostles in Acts 1. If, like them, we learn about waiting patiently, the result is always a transformed relationship between us and Christ.Read More