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The pattern of the tabernacle is a model of the true sanctuary in heaven, a foreshadowing of Jesus dwelling among us and a model of the church as the living…
God instructed the tabernacle to be built so he could dwell in the midst of His people, and we look at how valuable and precious that is today for each…

What are you hoping for?

27th January 2019
As we face testing times as a church community, Joy speaks of the powerful and ever present hope we have in Jesus.  Luke records the start of Jesus' ministry as…
In Exodus 23 we have modelled here a powerful demonstration of pushing back the dominion of darkness and bringing in the Kingdom Light; a breaking of Satan’s strongholds and claiming…
The Law or Torah, is sometimes referred to as God’s ‘Way of Life’.  Through it, God shapes Israel to be a people of justice and generosity, making them distinctly different…
We begin the second part of our exploration of the Exodus story.  Chapter 19 of Exodus serves as a link between the narrative of the actual exit from Egypt and…

Run with perseverance

6th January 2019
At the beginning of the New Year, we often feel the pressure to take on lots of resolutions, even if we know that we’re going to struggle to keep them.…
How do we live a life of victory, even in the midst of life’s struggles?  In Ephesians 6:10, Paul talks about how God has clothed us in his attributes, reminding…
This week we look at the song of Mary (The Magnificat) in Luke’s gospel. We realise how challenging God’s call to both Mary and Joseph was, and we explore how…
Christmas is a wonderful time of year, where we remember that the light of God comes right into the centre of ordinary, messy, normal, human life. The Message version of…
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