We are a church family - sons and daughters of a Father who places high value on our lives. We love the Father, Jesus and the Holy Spirit. We believe the Father, Jesus and the Holy Spirit loves all of humanity and that He came for us all. We love His grace, we love relationship with Him and we love the adventure and journey of life with Him leading us through.We are passionate about God's kingdom extending through His manifest presence.
Dave Loveland talks about the enormity of God and how we are able to have faith and trust in Him for all things.When Dave mentions a YouTube video, he is referring to this clip: https://youtu.be/GoW8Tf7hTGA?t=42
Phil Harverson explores the model of society from the Old Testament and exhorts us to consider how we can have an impact in the seven mountains of cultural influence. Part 2 of 2.
The video that Phil mentions about starting schools in warzones can be...
Phil Harverson explores the model of society from the Old Testament and exhorts us to consider how we can have an impact in the seven mountains of cultural influence. Part 1 of 2.
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Pete Bardwell shares about the transforming power of life by the Holy Spirit. Starting by looking at Saul's conversion in Acts 9 and ending with an invitation for us to invite Holy Spirit into our lives.
Ruth Leverett continued the two part mini series on Emotional Maturity, as part of our wider Culture Series. Ruth explores how we can be victorious with our emotions, by understanding where they come from, what they are, why we have them, and not being...
Jules continues our culture series with part one of two parts on Emotional Maturity. She looks at what it is, why it's important, and 3 qualities of emotional maturity - self awareness, self control and healthy relationships.
As part of our continued vision series, Dave Loveland unpacks the first two of our four core beliefs:
God is Good all the Time
The Finished Works of the Cross
Everyone is Significant
Everything is Possible
Mark looks at recent transitions and how that affects the church family, by exploring:
1. Who are the family?
2. What are the characteristics of the family? What's important for the family?
3. What's the journey we are on as a family?
4. How are we...
This is the end of a mission weekend led by Karen Wellspring from Eastgate School of Supernatural Life. Karen invites us to take the lid off our box as a church and individuals and to discover who we are from God's perspective.
Pete talks about how the most significant event that will ever happen in your life took place 2000 years
ago and must remain your most amazing news headline in order that you stand during the storms of life
Alan and Diane share about faith and forgiveness.
NB: Apologies for slightly worse than average recording quality - this was recorded on a mobile phone due to an issue with our recording equipment! Special thanks to Jo G.
Acts 3 tells us the story of a man who encounters the healing power of God by a gate called "beautiful". Pete encourages us to take a fresh look at this story and to reflect on the part we can play in leading people to Jesus - the true gateway to the...
Dave Loveland considers how we maintain connection with God and those around us; he looks specifically at ways to cope with disappointment, and methods to avoid projection disrupting our unity with each other.
Pete talks about how identity Crisis, relational breakdowns, loneliness, selfishness, depression, oppression, sickness, idolatry, fear, predictability and religion are dismantled as we experience Holy Spirit - the kiss of our Father God.
Pete talks about what it is to live with vision. He defines vision as: seeing things that somebody else may not, believing things that somebody else may not, and being courageous enough to be able to do what others say may not be able to be done.
Neil Bullivant introduces Mark Golledge who talks about the process Oasis is embarking on to discover God's dreams, visions, hopes and expectations for Oasis and get excited as a church about what God has in store for us.
Marsha shared a message that came out of a prophetic word from the Father, reminding us of the love He has for His family- the church, and a call for us to love being in his family, feeling secure and proactively loving one another.
Pete Bardwell uses this opportune time to take a moment to reflect on the source of our peace as one year draws to a close and a new year begins. Let Heaven's peace saturate our lives and the world around us.
Do you ever get so immersed in something that you lose sight of what you are trying to achieve? Pete explains from Ephesians 4:13 that Christ's intent for us is that we grow both in our relationship with him and in our awareness of ourselves as his...
In this final message from Pete's 4 part series on Colossians, he explains that Christ's resurrection not only transforms our lives as individuals but also for us as a community of believers. God's intent for us is not that we live independently of...
Pete picks up on some themes following his preaching from 16th Nov ‘Revealing Glory’, based on Isaiah 40:1-5,and Katia Adam's from 30th Nov based on John 15.
Please note - there was a technical fault which means that the recording is unceremoniously...
Pete Bardwell speaks about honouring Holy Spirit by being the perfect conduit for Him doing what He wants to do. This is part 2 in 3 preaches on the Honouring the Holy Spirit.
The video mentioned (The official trailer for the film "Holy Ghost") can...
Rachel Spring speaks about the different names our Father carries and who He is.The video mentioned in the beginning of the talk is titled "A Father's Love - the world's strongest dad" and can be found here:...
Pete continues the Father theme by inviting us to think how we relate to Him. What bothers Him, bothers us. If one day He will wipe away every tear, then we want to wipe away as many now as we can.Paul Tufnell and Gail Butler shared their perspective on...
Pete Bardwell talks about our Father God, touching on his personal experiences through testing times.The talk is part of our Love Freedom Honour Power series about the core beliefs and values we hold at Oasis, Chelmsford.
Love, Freedom, Honour, Power are the four pillars in our new series about who we are as a church.Here elder Peter Bardwell gives an introduction to the series.This is an important set of teaching about our values and hopes, so don't miss out!.Love,...