by Gary Gallagher

It’s the reality of life that we have ups and downs, easy times and times where you are struggling to understand why your in the place you in. It’s in those times we often face choices to run to God or to be “over-run” by the situations. In this sermon, Gary looks at how we […]

by Jill Southern-Jones

As branches are ingrafted into the vine, so are the believers ingrafted into Christ. Jesus said that if we abide in Him we will bear much fruit! Without Him, we can do nothing. If we do bear fruit, then pruning will ultimately follow! Pruning is not pleasant at the time but will bring about more […]

by Jilly Lyon Taylor

So often we equate prosperity with blessing. The world’s standards tell us that if you’re financially prosperous, physically healthy and socially popular, you are blessed. Yet Jesus shows us from the Sermon on the Mount that the way to blessing lies through adversity. Jilly Lyon Taylor unpacks the Beatitudes from Matthew 5, and explains how […]

by Gary Gallagher

1 Peter 5:8 says ‘be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil walks about like a roaring lion, seeking whom he may devour.’ With the same vigilance that prey have in the wild, we too need to be sober minded, especially in an age of distraction and deceit. Gary Gallagher encourages us to stand […]

by Paul Watson

During WWII ‘chocolate soldiers’ was a pejorative term for soldiers who looked good, but could not fight and would melt in the heat of battle. Are you a chocolate soldier who will melt in the heat? Christians face the threat of persecution all around the world. Even in the West, we face increasing hostility and […]

by Paul Watson

When things get tough how do you respond? Are you someone who lives by the words ‘dig deep’ or ‘no pain no gain’? The power of positive thinking can only get us so far. It is a human way of being strong, and is only as good as our own human strength and will-power. But […]

by Paul Watson

Life is messy! Our own lives can be messy, but even when we look at some of the great characters of the Bible, we see that their lives were full of flaws and ‘mess.’ Where is God in the mess? Paul Watson speaks on how God still meets with us when our lives get messy, […]

by Gary Gallagher

The enemy often baits us to take offense and many of us bite and fall into unforgiveness and bitterness. Gary Gallagher teaches from 1 Peter 2, and about how believers can have the mind of Christ even when suffering for doing good.

by Jilly Lyon Taylor

If you had today only what you were thankful for yesterday, how much would you have? The Bible tells us to give thanks in all circumstances. Is it that God is teaching us to mind our p’s and q’s the way we teach small children? Why? Listen as Jilly Lyon Taylor explains how giving thanks […]

by Paul Watson

Ending well is important, whether it is the finishing of a simple task or of a stage of life. What does the Bible say about finishing well and, more importantly, how do we achieve it?