While our different activities vary in style to be inclusive and relevant for everyone, central to them all is our firm belief in the authority of Scripture as the necessary pattern for daily living and pathway to assurance of eternity with God. Hence, the emphasis we place on Bible teaching and the encouragement of personal Bible study.
Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light for my path. I have taken an oath and confirmed it, that I will follow your righteous laws. I have suffered much; preserve my life, O Lord, according to your word. Accept, O Lord, the willing praise of my mouth, and teach me your laws. Though I constantly take my life in my hands, I will not forget your law. The wicked have set a snare for me, but I have not strayed from your precepts. Your statutes are my heritage forever; they are the joy of my heart. My heart is set on keeping your decrees to the very end.
Psalm 119: 105-112
In reading Jude 24-25, we turn to one of the great New Testament prayers that help equip us in our growing relationship with the Lord our God.
The early Church was not not perfect yet we can learn from them, especially in relation to Life in the Body. In Acts 2 we read that they were devoted to Life in the Body. A vital truth for today.
John Bottomley takes us into the Book of Acts to where Peter empowered by the Spirit of God proclaims Jesus as Lord.
Alan Donaldson of the Baptist Union of Scotland came to run in the Tiree Half-Marathon. He managed a personal best in challenging conditions. He then shared on Sunday with the church how God spoke to him from Judges 1:8-15 regarding asking for ‘Springs of Water’ and of the ongoing consequences.
Jesus is alive and following breakfast on the beach the risen Lord Jesus meets with his friend and disciple, Peter. John 21
Ursula Millar opens up John’s Gospel and from God’s Word shows how the Risen Lord Jesus speaks Peace to his disciples including so called ‘Doubting Thomas”.
It is April the 1st 2018. We are celebrating fact not fancy or foolishness. What is this significance of this great event, the Resurrection of Jesus? And what of these locked doors and closed minds?
What a privilege to pray with our persecuted brothers and sisters in Christ. On the International Day of Prayer with the Persecuted Church Ursula Millar took us to Hebrews 13 as she opened up God’s Word.
In Love! As we continue in our Study of Exodus 7 and 9 we come face to face with the difficult phrase, ‘God hardened Pharaoh’s heart’. How are to understand this expression and what significance does it have in the 21st Century?
Derek Campbell continues our study of Moses and the life of faith as he takes up the account in Exodus 6:13-7:7.