Familiarity can be blinding. So, we turn to one of the many prayers to found in the New Testament and ask God to give us a fresh understanding of what is we are asking for when we say ‘The Grace’.
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.
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?
Alan Millar turns to Exodus Chapter 3 and explains that it is not about Moses or the Burning Bush – but about God. The God of the Bible. The God who made himself known to Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. The God who comes to us today . . .
Michael Baughen is a retired Church of England minister who, when asked to speak on Moses to Oxford students, found himself deeply challenged. He writes, “Did I really believe in God as God? Was God able to do great things for us?” It became clear to him that the mark above all else of Moses’ life and leadership was not that…
Though I walk in the midst of trouble, You will revive me; You will stretch out Your hand. Here the Psalmist expresses his confidence in God. The Psalmist is assured that God will act on his behalf. But there are occasions when the Psalmist is confused and bewildered. Alan Millar takes up ‘Dealing with the…
‘Does it really matter if you walk the walk so long as you talk the talk?’ I ask the question, “Does it really matter? “Does it really matter if you walk the walk?” “Does it really matter if you walk the walk so long as you talk the talk?” And the answer is a resounding ‘Yes!’ Why? Because we…
“I am with you always!” Is Jesus handing out a blank cheque? Is Jesus simply dispensing a comforting word? Or is there more to this great assurance – “I am with you ALL Ways”? Alan Millar takes us to Matthew’s Good News Chapter 28 and verses 16 to 20.
With our identity defined as ‘Family of God’ who look to the Bible to see what it has to say about leadership within the church.
Mothering Sunday, Palm Sunday, but what lies between? On the Sunday sometimes referred to as Passion Sunday we are challenged by ‘Deep Passion’.