Katherine talks about her struggles to feel good enough and find peace and then sings the song "You Say" as it has helped her see the truth of who she is and how God sees her.
Deb looks at what ceasing on the Sabbath looks like, telling a couple of stories and reading a poem to illustrate the place we're in and where we could be!
Val discusses how u turns and changes of direction can helpful.
Phil Griffiths talks about people who were instrumental in him coming to faith.
Janet Ross shares about Jesus' love before we hear the song "The Deep Deep Love of Jesus" sung by Eric Isherwood, Milly Bolton and Roger Beasley.
Why does Jesus give thanks for the 5 loaves and 2 fishes when they are not nearly enough? It seem gratitude open a door to God working more - Donald investigates
Cath introduces Amy and Ian singing Great Things.
Deb looks at how practicing the Sabbath is such a valuable practice if we want to care for Creation.
In his own style with help from Stephen, Chris sings "These Are The Days of Elijah" and explains the theology and significance of the words
Val talks about how life can change but God remains the same and through Jesus' life changing event we can find help whatever the circumstances are we are facing.
Cath explains a habit that stems back to her school days but which has helped her during lockdown, and Andy and Gaynor sing 'In every day that dawns.'
A little boy offers all he has to feed a crowd, a bit futile perhaps, but maybe God can use the little we have to offer. Donald explores what kind of things we can offer Jesus and what our fears might be. In an experimental approach,...
Dan tells the story of this great hymn of gratitude before our music group sing it for us
Sam uses Daniel 1 and reflects on the benefits of reading scripture together.
Cath talks about the quote on the entrance to one of the courts at the US Open and how it inspires us to live out our lives each day. There is also a song at the end of the devotional as well.
Val talks about how through Jesus we are good enough and have made the grade! It includes prayer for those who are returning to school or college this week.
Andy and Gaynor lead us in this wonderful musical prayer, but before Donald reflects on some of the words
Jesus asks a lot of questions - what is the value of questions? - Is Jesus angry, trying to trip up the disciples or is something else at play? Donald looks at some of the questions Jesus asks and ponders what he might be asking us now