God Uses Normal People

PeterPeter - Jan 26th, 2020

What does God think of you when he finds you in a place of failure? The story of Peter is one of Jesus reaching out again to a person who has messed up big time. He shows that the door is still open and that Peter still belongs. Jesus shows his kindness and love when we fail. There is a way back. The door is open - for restoration and healing.

Paul - Feb 2nd, 2020

Paul was a devote Pharisee, who believed that Christians were a threat to Judaism. So he passionately persecuted and killed these Christians. Yet on the Damascus Road he encountered Jesus and this changed the direction of his life by 180 degrees, he went from great persecutor to a great disciple. No-one is too far gone to be reached by God's love and no-one is too bad to be used by God to further his kingdom here on earth.

Andrew - Feb 9th, 2020

Andrew was one of the 12 disciples of Jesus. When he met Jesus and realised he was the long awaited Messiah, he ran straight to his brother Simon Peter and brought him to Jesus. Listen to this message and capture the vision of God can do when we bring out family and friends to him.

Barnabus - Feb 16th, 2020

Barnabus (Joseph) was such a great Encourager. As an encourager he was one of the most quietly influential people in the early days of Christianity. Let's not under-estimate the power of encouragement. Barnabus did wonders with encouragement, what can we do?

Priscilla and Aquilla - Feb 23rd, 2020

Priscilla and Aquilla may not be the first people that spring to mind, but God used them in their relationship to serve him together. They were ready to serve him with everything and used their home to provide hospitality. What has God equipped you with and what is he asked you to use it to do for him?

Jonah - March 1st, 2020

Maybe you've heard the story of Jonah and the whale many times, but have you considered how it is a story about us today. How do we feel when God calls you to step out and serve him. Do you run as fast as you can in the opposite direction? You wouldn't be the first to feel that way. Listen to this talk and learn from Jonah's life.