Mark opens up to us the incredible miracle of the feeding of the five thousand in John's Gospel.
Join Pastor Cathal Duffy from Castlebar Christian Fellowship as he opens up to up Jesus in the Beatitude's and his statement: 'Do not be anxious'...and what that means to us in our own walks with Jesus...
In John 2:12-25 Jesus clears out the Temple from all the market traders: What's the significance of Jesus clearing the temple? What does this story mean for us today in our walk following Jesus?
Listen to this teaching to find out more...
This week Pastor John will be sharing this encouraging message entitled 'Count It All Joy' based on James 1:2-4.
This week Pastor John will be speaking on Jesus' first miracle, Jesus turning the water into wine at the wedding at Cana. It's recorded in chapter 2:1-12 of John's Gospel.
Why not have a read and then listen in as we explore this story together!
God's Word is an encouragement to our hearts & minds!
Tune in to hear what the Weaver's Shuttle can represent in our lives as we read & apply this passage from the Book of Job.
Reading; Luke 1:1-38
In Luke chapter one an angel appears to an elderly priest called Zechariah & then to a young betrothed woman called Mary. Both are unexpectedly promised a miracle son! Zechariah's son would become the forerunner of the Christ & Mary's Son would be the Christ himself. This sermon contrasts the very different responses of Zechariah & Mary to God's plan. Zechariah doubted & Mary believed, & yet God in his grace still fulfilled his word to both.
Reading: Numbers 13
Based on the story of the 12 Spies who went in to check out the Promised Land in Numbers 13, guest speaker Paul Dunn challenges us to ask three important questions. What’s in your mouth? What do you see? What’s in your heart? The message encourages us to be those who carry good news, whose perspective is based more on God’s promises than the challenges we may see in front of us.
As Christian’s we find strength in unity…brothers & sisters dwelling in peace, & knowing the joy of the LORD (Psalm 133:1). Unity is important for those who believe in the God of the Bible: we are called to be united with each other and with the Lord. The Letter to the Ephesians was written to a newly established church. Paul shows that Christians worship a redemptive & trinitarian God. These are two important facets of what it means to worship One God together with our brothers & sisters in Christ. Unity in the Church is also important for the mission of the Gospel on the earth and for the expansion of God’s kingdom, and ultimately for His glory. These drives should outweigh hangs-up we might have about working with and being united with God’s people.
Reading: Ephesians 4:1-6
When we feel like we're surrounded or overwhelmed by life's circumstances, are we more like Elisha who could see the army of the Lord encamped around him or like his servant, overwhelmed & in need of someone to pray for us so we can see beyond our circumstances.
Reading: 2 Kings 6:15-17
‘The first Christian Apostles featured credentials legitimising their ministry.
As 21st. century Christians, we follow in their footsteps…
Reading: Acts 3
Paul says in Philippians 3:17; "Brothers & sisters, join in imitating me, & keep your eyes on those who walk according to the example you have in us." This message walks us through the theme of imitation that is repeated in Paul's letter to the Philippians. We all have people we look up to & who inspire us in different ways but Paul encourages us to imitate those who imitate Christ.
Reading: Luke 15:11-32
Reading: John 2:12-25
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