Wayne will continue with our study of the Lord’s Prayer.
As we have been looking at the Lord’s Prayer, in this message Wayne looks back to the context of Luke’s account that leads up to the prayer itself. What we discover is a powerful invitation to intimacy – with the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
Following on from some of what Bev shared last week, this Sunday we will look at the Lord’s Prayer in the context of Jesus’ life and mission. This is not just a prayer to recite but an invitation to join with Jesus in His work in our world.
Following an opportunity to spend a day reflecting on the Lord’s Prayer, Wayne will revisit this amazing prayer that Jesus gave to us. This Sunday we will look at how this prayer can inform our whole lives.
The past few weeks we have been looking at the topic of prayer in Luke’s gospel. Often as Christians we tend to separate scripture and prayer. Some of us are more interested in bible study, whilst others are perhaps more inclined towards prayer. This is a very broad characterisation but this Sunday we will look…
The past few weeks we have been looking at the theme of prayer in Luke’s Gospel. This Sunday we will focus in on Jesus’ practices of prayer and see how we can learn and be inspired to pray in our own lives.
Following on from last week’s message, Wayne will continue to look at the importance of prayer to Luke. As Luke was looking to impact his world, how was prayer central to his understanding of the gospel he was spreading?
‘Whilst Luke is the evangelist that more than any other writes for the wider world, he is also the one that pays close attention to the prayer life of Jesus.’
This Sunday we will look at the Gospel for our World, with a view to looking at how we can specifically share the Message in our current context.
This Sunday we will reflect on the unfailing love and the father heart of our God. Although it is Father’s Day the message will not be to fathers, but to all of us as His children. As part of the service we will be welcoming the wider Joynerwood family as we dedicate Gwen and Terry’s…