Such loaded words – perhaps a heartfelt act or just an empty cliche’. Join us this Sunday as Wayne shares some personal reflections on a timeless topic – our devotion to Jesus.
As part of our reflections on Luke we’ll look at how Jesus called individuals to follow Him. This Sunday we will explore how we are called to follow Him and the implications that has on our lives.
After a month’s ‘sabbatical’ from Luke, Wayne is keen to get back to what Luke’s incredible account of Jesus’s life. Luke is also the theme of the Lectionary for 2019, so as we read, reflect, and pray, we are doing this with the wider Christian world.
Join us this Sunday as we continue to reflect on the Trinity and particularly the Holy Spirit as a follow on from last week.
This week as we celebrate Pentecost, we look forward to the outpouring of the Holy Spirit. Join us as we also anticipate the Holy Spirit breaking through in different areas of our lives.
This past Thursday the church around the world celebrated Jesus’ ascension into heaven. As we reflect on this event we look forward to Pentecost and how the ascension stimulates hope for more of the Kingdom of Heaven in our lives.
As we follow the life of Jesus through Luke’s eyes we not only see how Jesus lived and ministered but we are inspired as to how to live our lives. Join us this Sunday as we continue to journey with Luke.
Come and celebrate Mother’s Day with us, as Wayne continues to reflect on the Cross and resurrection in the light of Easter.
As we approach Easter we return to Luke’s account of Jesus’ life and ministry. A few weeks back we looked at the scene when Jesus stood up in the synagogue and read from the scroll of Isaiah. This week we reflect on how Jesus as alluding to the Jubilee. What does this mean to us…
This week we will continue to reflect and pray. Wayne will continue with the theme from Psalm 23 and will take in further in Psalm 69.