Monday, 5 March 2018
This modern hymn was written by Lynn DeShazo and is performed here by Michael W. Smith. The lyric express an appreciation for the power and importance of God's Word, the Bible, and a desire to be changed by it.
Thursday, 1 March 2018
In this message, we consider if it is possible to have faith and doubt at the same time as John the Baptist seeks reassurance from Jesus in the Gospel of Matthew, chapter 11.
Wednesday, 28 February 2018
As a church plant, we've been supported by the FIEC and anticipate adopting their statement of faith when we become independent. We're therefore going through the 9 points of that statement during our Sunday evening services. Here is part one, where we consider some of what the Bible teaches about God. Although we look at a lot of passages in the Bible, I mainly focus on Psalm 90.
Monday, 26 February 2018
The title of my sermon last Sunday morning was "Faith and Doubt", and this hymn seemed a very suitable way for us to respond to the message.
Wednesday, 21 February 2018
In this message, we explore the Gospel of Matthew, Chapter 10, in which Jesus sends out his disciples to proclaim the message of the Kingdom. He warns them of the opposition they will face, but also encourages them with the reminder that God is faithful and resourceful. He advises them that they are to "be as wise as serpents and as gentle as doves", ie. that they must have both truth and tenderness.
Monday, 19 February 2018
This is a new song to me, performed by Crystal Yates, Micah Tyler and Joshua Sherman. "What Mercy Did For Me" describes the transforming work of God that happens through Jesus Christ, taking us from "death and darkness" to being "called... from the grave", and then "living day by day by His grace".
Monday, 12 February 2018
I loved the album of hymns that Selah did several years ago, but this song is from their most recent album "Unbreakable". It tells a wonderful story and, with it being recorded in Nashville, I'm loving the country & western vibe!