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As disciples we are given the keys of the Kingdom - called to be ambassadors of God's Kingdom on earth, He gives us His power and authority. But this is…
Until we are 'born again', Jesus tells us, we cannot see the Kingdom of God. In the healing of the man born blind, John draws tremendous parallels with spiritual blindness.…
A woman comes to a well alone - no one wants to be seen with her - a shady past. But a man is at the well, a man who…
There are two imperatives from Jesus that make up the 'essential' essence of what it means to be a follower of Jesus: you MUST deny self ... you MUSt be…
Nick explores how, in the course of our daily walk, we will face all manner of temptation and testing. Jesus Himself was not immune from temptation as He shared the…
As we take further steps to develop the physical building of St John's, Kevin reflects how our primary calling is one of building the Kingdom.
The Apostle Paul says: 'I will boast of y weakness', but the world tells us that 'weakness' is not good; to be strong is the order of the day! However,…
The disciple whose life is not soaked in the Word of God is rendered weak and incapacitated - it is all but impossible to function as a disciple of Jesus…
So busy, so distracted, so little time ... prayer can seem hard work when we are burdened, weighed down by 'to do' list, pressured for time and preoccupied with so…
At the heart of true discipleship is radical, self-denying love - love that is costly and sacrificial, extending beyond the bounds of human love alone and taking us into a…