Charles Nieman poses this challenging question, “Is your life bearing all the fruit that it could be?” It is God's will for us to grow, but it won't happen automatically - growth needs a conscious decision and effort. So, the question now is, do you want to grow?
Lisa Harper takes a look at the book of Job - the book of Job is about pain. If you know God, then the pain we are facing doesn’t seem that scary, and if we meet it head-on and look to God, we realise that God truly is close.
We hear from Tommy Barnett in this episode as he talks about God’s grace in our lives and all we do! God will show up when you move! Grace works when our faith kicks in but the first move is up to you!
We are all called to be students of the Word. There are a lot people who want the diploma, but who aren’t willing to do the hard work! Pastor Chris Durso challenges us to keep away from a spirit of entitlement. We can choose to be either a student or a scavenger.
Christine Caine talks about having a marvellous faith. We can have mountain moving faith as we choose to trust and obey God. Strip off familiarity and be willing to go all in as we trust God because when we do, we can have a faith that causes Jesus to marvel.
As followers of Christ, there is more to life than just looking down and mindlessly walking around. Pastor J. John encourages us to look up, look back, look in, look around, and look forward. And as we do, we will see God’s glory in all directions and walk in the unique purpose He has for our lives.
In this episode, Shelia Walsh explains how living a full life with Jesus is a journey. Through each season, we experience times of testing and tiredness. But when we simply come to God as we are, we can experience true victory in Christ.
Salt of the Soil and Light of the Planet - Mark Varughese
As followers of Jesus, we are called to make a difference in every sphere of life. Pastor Mark Varughese encourages us to live a life worthy of the call of God, understanding that we are the salt of the earth and light of the world - we can change the world.