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.
John Bottomley brings to a close our present series on the ‘Church’ as we see what it means to be church in Ephesians Three
God’s love is something beyond comprehension. To think he calls Jewish people and Gentile people to belong to his people. No wonder John Newton composed the hymn ‘Amazing Grace’. So what’s it all about?
At the beginning of 2017, we are consciously seeking to be nearer what a church should be and to help us we are seeking to understand and act upon what the Bible has to say about the Church.
We continue to look at what the Bible has to say about ‘The Church’ and here we look at the Church as ‘the family of God’. Turning to 1 Timothy 3:14-16 we look at what it means to belong to the family.
The Bible reveals the Church as the Bride of Christ. Ursula Millar opens up Revelation 19:4-10 and expounds this great truth.
In opening up Acts Chapter 7 Ursula Millar speaks on Stephen, Faithful witness and in so doing she reminds of the true nature of the Church.
John Bottomley continues in Acts Chapter 4 with a New Testament Prayer based on an Old Testament Psalm with practical out working in the Christian’s life
Derek Campbell takes up Acts 2 and the Church as we consider those who meet with the the risen Lord Jesus.
Alan Dix turns to Matthew 5 and Acts 15 to see how the early church handled differences that we might learn from them.