by Paul Watson

“… Do not grieve, for the joy of the Lord is your strength” This week, Paul delves into the book of Nehemiah, looking at how in the midst of challenge and opposition, we can find strength if we turn our eyes to The Lord. While we may face trials for the moment, we can take […]

by Russ Gant

God works in seemingly hopeless situations – Is your vision of what God can do in and through you big enough? This week, guest speaker Russ Gant walks us through the well-known passage in Ezekiel 37, where Ezekiel sees God transform a collection of dead, dry bones to into a living army. Join us as […]

by Jill Southern-Jones

In the last of her series in Nehemiah, Jill looks at ch 8. In previous chapters Nehemiah had rebuilt the walls, but the rebuilding of the walls was to provide a place of safety and security in order to restore God’s people back to Him. God is far more interested in the restoration of human […]

by Jill Southern-Jones

Another inspiring and challenging message from Jill! The Shepherds do not always look after the flock as they should, but the Good Shepherd knows His sheep by name and will Himself rescue His flock.

by Jill Southern-Jones

God has a wonderful way of restoring those who feel they have totally failed in life and the story of Rahab the ex-prostitute is a great example of this. As you listen to this message, allow God to completely remove guilt and shame from you as you repent and fully receive His forgiveness for anything […]

by Jill Southern-Jones

This is a story about a man who thought he was above God. A heathen, pagan King, transformed by God’s power. Nebuchadnezzar was never the same after he looked up, woke up and spoke up! If God can transform this man’s life, there is definitely hope for all of us!

by Jill Southern-Jones

In this extremely challenging sermon, Jill speaks from Philippians 3, exhorting us to forget what is behind and to look forward to our new life in Christ Jesus. We need to learn from our past mistakes and failures, put them under the blood of Christ and move on. We do not need to suffer from […]