Chinese whispers: Helen Paynter talks about Paul's letter to Timothy and how this shows us how we can use the Bible to be certain of the truth that Paul was teaching and preaching about during his lifetime.
Wrestling prayers: Helen Paynter talks on Psalm 44 where the psalmist wrestles with God in prayer and talks about what we can learn from this in our own prayer lives, in our relationships with God and with each other.
A picture of belonging: Tony Peck uses the parable of the prodigal or 'lost' son to share how we belong to God as his children, how we belong to Jesus as his disciples and how we belong in community to each other.
Helen Paynter uses Paul's letter to the Corinthians, addressing the lack of unity in the early church, to remind us how we are all one body in Christ and how through baptism we fully enter into this body.
Helen Paynter talks on the passage in Exodus where the tabernacle is originally built to illustrate what should inspire our giving, where our 'possessions' ultimately come from and how this should affect us.
The gift of confession: James Watson uses Psalm 51, which was written when Nathan the prophet confronted him after David’s affair with Bathsheba, to talk about true confession and what this looks like.
Life in the sweet spot: David Firth examines Psalm 32 which talks of the blessed life or 'life in the sweet spot' being experienced through God's forgiveness and how it is that grace of God that should spur us on in mission and evangelism.
Learning together to follow Jesus: James Watson preaches on 'The Great Commision' from Matthew's gospel as he takes us back through the sermon series and encourages us to continue is our discipleship journey.