Devotionals

This section is devoted to thoughts and questions based on our Sunday sermons, to help us continue to reflect on and apply the teaching.
Jonah-2 Devotional

Jonah-2 Devotional

https://youtu.be/WkoKeXmXEA0 These short devotional comments by Donald Campbell aim to provide you with an aid to your personal reflection following his related sermons. This 90-sec video is the second in a series on the book of Jonah.

Devotional Jonah-01

Devotional Jonah-01

https://youtu.be/wnNnwRAZCN0 These short devotional reflections by Donald Campbell aim to provide you with an aid to your personal reflection following related sermons. This 2-minute video is the first in a series on the book of Jonah.

1 John 3 :11-12

1 John 3 :11-12

https://youtu.be/kwziS8k80Fw Donald spoke recently on 1 John 3:11-12 which reminds us that “we should love one another” and cautions us not to be like Cain who murdered his brother out of envy. Donald helpfully reflected on how this verse might affect our use of...

1 John 2 v14

1 John 2 v14

In 1 John 2 v14 John says “you have overcome the evil one”.  To overcome means not to have avoided, but to have experienced, without being defeated or deterred. Sometimes we think spiritual success is to have been spared difficulty, but actually, we are called to...

1 John 2:6. 25th February 2018

1 John 2:6. 25th February 2018

Default is a word that used to be rarely used.  We know it now as the natural opening settings on a computer document, the format the computer reverts back to when a new file is opened.  So we have the default font, the default page size, the default language etc. ...

Acts 9 – Mark Maybury. 18th February 2018

Acts 9 – Mark Maybury. 18th February 2018

At a time of massive change in his life Saul needed somebody to reach out to  him and vouch that he was a new creation, a follower of Christ. That man was Barnabas. We read in Acts 9  that  Barnabas told the apostles  how Saul  had seen the Lord and how in Damascus he...

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