In Conversation with Jesus

If your life is in a mess, if you are feeling burdened and stressed with fears and worries. If you are struggling with illness and pain hear Jesus say to you “Come to me”. Matthew 11 v 28. Give Jesus, who is our Mighty God and the Prince of Peace, (Isaiah 9 v 6b) a chance to show you what he can do. Discover more ‘Conversations with Jesus’ by clicking here or visiting our blog page.

Christians are like the Avengers!

This comparison between people who believe in Jesus and the world’s mightiest heroes might seem a little far-fetched but hear me out. We are not trained assassins, have advanced technology, turn green when angry or can shoot plasma blasts. But, when Paul talks about the church in 1 Corinthians 12, he says that every Christian has gifts, skills and abilities that come from God. We can all do different things and we should all use Read more…

In Conversation with Jesus

In Genesis 1 v 37 is says “God saw all that He had made and it was very good.” Do you ever consider how Jesus sees you when you sit in conversation with Him? The Bible says we reflect his glory. 2 Corinthians 3 v 18 and we are radiant Psalm 34 v 5. As you talk to Jesus let these truths affect your conversation and know that you sight Him. Zephaniah 3 v 17

In Conversation with Jesus

The triumphant cry of Jesus on the cross “It is finished” John 19 V 30 Should impact our lives now. In your conversation with your Saviour ask Him to show you how you can live in the triumph his death gave you. Discover more ‘Conversations with Jesus’ by clicking here or visiting our blog page.

In Conversation with Jesus

John 8 v 12 Imagine living always in the light with Jesus. What would this mean for you, what difference would being aware of living in the light it makes to how you live your life every day. In your conversation with Jesus, today ask Him to help you live your life with an understanidng of what this means for you and with full awareness of His light in your life.

Temptations

Recently, I have heard a few new words that I am getting my head around; our bodies can get into a parasyemparthetic state, our minds have the capability of neuroplasticity and we need to be concerned at the rise of what-about-ism! During March and April, the church has a 40-day countdown to Easter called Lent. It is time to give up or take up things that will benefit our relationship with God. One of the Read more…