Continuing his series on offence, Pastor Phyl used the analogy of old vinyl records, which would get stuck if they were damaged, and repeat themselves over and over again. Our lives and minds are sometimes like that. We can get
Beginning this new series, Pastor Phyl quoted from the song Majesty by Delirious, “Forever I am changed by your love”. He told us that we are forever changed by God, because with faith in Him, comes the ability to not
This week, Andrea spoke from Matthew 7:24-29, which is the closing passage of the sermon on the mount. This sermon taught by Jesus is an amazing piece of scripture. It is Jesus’ longest recorded scripture and it spans two chapters.
“When I say the word Father, what does it mean to you?” This is how Ruth began her sermon this week. We all have differing ideas of a father, based on our own experiences. For some of us, a father
“Has it happened to you?” this is how Pastor Phyl opened his sermon. We’ve all been there (unless we’ve been very unlucky). We’re in a shop, looking to buy something that requires us to be over a specific age, and
Speaking from Luke 12:32, the core verse for her sermon, Eirwen said that she is pleased to belong to a small flock, because it shows that this scripture is for us all. We don’t have to belong to a huge
In his sermon titled “Chosen”, Pastor Phyl speaks of all the choices that we have to make in a day. Our life is full of choices. When we get up in the morning, we choose what we will wear. We
Jesus replied, “You do not realize now what I am doing, but later you will understand.” John 13:7 Speaking on this verse, Sarah began her sermon by telling us that the Disciples couldn’t make sense of the things Jesus
In this week’s sermon, Andrea spoke on “Overcoming Your Circumstances” by trusting in God. Beginning her message, she introduces us to Paul and Silas, followers of Jesus who had cured a servant girl of the spirit that afflicted her. However,
Pastor Phyl began his sermon by talking about some different fears and phobias that have become increasingly common in recent years. Our society is consumed by fear, and this is shown increasingly as more and more phobias are named.