by Paul Watson

In 1 Kings, King Jeroboam is an evil king. He lead Israel into idolatry and away from God. In fact, most kings who failed to follow God’s ways were compared to him. He did much evil in God’s sight. As we read his story, or stories like this, it is easy to think it doesn’t […]

by Morna Gillespie

The catalyst for true Christianity is found in John 15. Jesus said to His disciples “I am the vine; you are the branches. If you remain in me and I in you, you will bear much fruit; Remaining in Christ wasn’t a command just for the 12 apostles but also for us today! If 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 Diane Watson

Do you wonder why we fail to see the power of God working in our lives the way the scriptures reveal? Maybe we need to ask the tough question on whether we truly believe the statement Jesus made in Mark 10:27 when He said: “with God all things are possible”. Diane Watson presents scriptural evidence […]

by David Steele

What does the normal Christian life look like? What should the World see when they witness our life with God? In this teaching, David looks at the Apostle Paul’s life in Acts and the extraordinary things the disciples accomplished with God’s strength. How can we as believers be living a normal, extraordinary life with Christ?

by Jilly Lyon Taylor

Jilly Lyon Taylor draws out some important life lessons from 2 Kings 3.

by Morna Gillespie

There is a famous hymn that speaks of Christ during life’s troubles. The first verse goes like this: Will your anchor hold in the storms of life? When the clouds unfold their wings of strife? When the strong tides lift, and the cables strain, Will your anchor drift or firm remain? Morna Gillespie encourages us […]

by Gary Gallagher

Are you tired? Are you worn out? Are you so busy working for God you’ve forgotten what it really means to rest in God? True disciples of Jesus will be known by their fruit. Yet so often we equate baring fruit with producing fruit. They may sound the same, but the differences are huge. We […]

by Paul Watson

How free do you feel as a Christian? Jesus said, ‘who the Son sets free, is free indeed’, yet we can often slip back under the law and fall into legalism and fear. In 2 Corinthians 3, the Apostle Paul unpacks the glory of the New Covenant, a covenant that sets us free from the […]

by Jen Perdriau

When you were a child did you go to the circus? Did you play make-believe? There is a part of all of us that enjoys a spectacle and a show, and appreciates a great performance. As we grow up we tend to put away the make-believe, but do we still perform for the world around […]