As a church we are journeying through the bible over two years. Today we have reached the New Testament and so we get to the part we all know and love, but today Matt shows us how now that we've read the Old Testament Jesus is even more amazing to us than before.
As we journey through the bible together over two years this is our final week in the Old Testament as we transition into the New. And we're really excited to have Wit, one of our BMS mission partners, bring God's word to us today from the book of Malachi (and Luke).
This week, as we journey through the bible together over two years, Matt brings us a surprising word from chapter 1 of Zephaniah. When we look at the scriptures, at first, sometimes we can be left with questions like "what is God up to?" and "Why is God doing that?" but when we dig in a little deeper we see that from Genesis to Revelation God remains the same loving, gracious and compassion God whose heart is always bent towards us.
Today is Easter Sunday.
Here are some snippets from our Easter Sunday service: A reading taken from the gospels, a talk from Matt & Jacob, and some testimonies about how Jesus has helped some of our church to overcome.
As we journey through the bible together over two years this week Matt brings a word to us from the book of Daniel, and asks us to consider what, and how, may be influencing and shaping us and our faith.
We are reading through the bible over the course of two years. During March '21 we are hanging out in the book of Ezekiel discovering more and more about the Holy Spirit. This week Matt shares a word about the power of the Spirit to transform our lives and bring us to life.
In our journey through the bible over two years we have reached the book of the prophet Ezekiel.
Today Matt brings us a message from chapter 1 and starts to look at our need for the Holy Spirit in our lives.
We're journeying through the bible over two years. This week we're wrapping up our time in one of the major prophets: Jeremiah. This book has some pretty stark statements and judgements in it about the people and all that they did. BUT it also is one of the loudest books in the bible about the hope of God and it comes to a conclusion with a story that tells us that no matter what situation we find ourselves in God always holds out hope for us to hold on to.
As we read through the bible together over two years this Sunday we land at the start of the prophet Jeremiah. Matt brings us a challenging word - are we tuned into the our own story of the world or God's story?
As we journey through the bible together over 2 years at the start of 2021 we find ourselves in the book of Proverbs.
Today Matt unpacks this strange phrase that the bible says is the key to all wisdom and life in all of it's fullness: The fear of the Lord.
This Sunday is our Carol Service, you can find the full service through our website www.counterslip.org
But here is the short talk from Matt & Jacob about the amazing list of names that Jesus was given.
We're journeying through the bible together, as a church, over two years.
This Sunday we're stopping off in the book of Song of songs where Anna draws out some amazing truths about human love, hope and longing, and how all of that is met in Jesus.
As a church we're journeying through the bible in two years.
This week we have reached the book of Ecclesiastes "meaningless, everything is meaningless"....
...Well, not everything, Glenys Lewis brings a very meaningful word from the Lord for us today.
As we journey through the bible together in two years today we land in the book of Job and Matt shows us that the scriptures invite us to trust God and see that there is way more going on in our world than meets the eyes.