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Ephesians 4

This week David looks at the themes of “Maturity and Unity” in the Body of Christ. How central they are, not just in chapter 4 but through the whole book of Ephesians.

Ephesians 3

Daniel looks especially at the second half of Ephesians 3 focussing on the immense power of Jesus Christ that works so powerfully within us! That power of course, is for the glory of God and not for our own benefit.

Getting ready for Christmas

Andy challenges us to concentrate on the real meaning of Christmas and not be to side-tracked by the way that the world sees Christmas. As a volunteer for Baptist World Aid, he also gives the challenge for us to share God’s love with those who are less fortunate than we are.

Ephesians 2

This week Chris takes us through the transformational work Jesus has done in each of us.

Ephesians 1

This week Steve looks at the hope Paul points us to in our inheritance and in God’s incomparably great power.

Intro to Ephesians

Steven introduces us to the church at Ephesus and to the book of Ephesians, highlighting the rhythms that started with Jesus and lead the church at Ephesus.

Seek to be what you want others to become.

David looks at John 10 (The good Shepherd) and John 11 (The raising of Lazarus), focussing especially on the way that Jesus said he did nothing by Himself. He said He only did what He saw His Father doing. Jesus’ relationship with the Father is the example that we should follow – praying, listening, trusting, obeying – just as our Lord Himself did. 1 Cor 11:1 “Follow my example as I follow the example of Christ.”

Giant Killers

By looking at David and Goliath, Matt reminds us that God is far bigger than any giant that we have to face. He challenges us not to make the mistake of thinking that God is not big enough for the job!