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Let’s Go!

1st May 2016 | David Bareham

Today at CCCH, we should of had Edward Buria over from Kenya to bring us the message. Unfortunately, he and his wife Freda, were unable to make the trip. David reads a touching email from Edward and asks us as a church to pray. As some of you would have heard him speak the last time he was here, I thought it appropriate to leave David’s introduction and call to prayer in at the beginning of today’s message. It is a reminder of how the enemy is always at work to try and de-rail us from what God has planned for us. Please continue to pray for Edward, Freda and their team.

David goes on to read the story of Jonathan and his armour bearer from 1 Samuel:14 and the theme of his message is about responding to the calling that God has given us. We have to open our ears and our hearts and listen to what He wants us to do.
For most of us, that will take us out of our comfort zone, but if we are committed to Him, that is what we must do.

What has God said to you?….If you have heard His voice (correctly) you can be assured that He will be with you….watching your back!

When we hear stories of victories won, it should encourage us to go out, into battle. God will give us our victory!


Sheep Fishing – Part Two

24th April 2016 | David Bareham

As we continue with our new series, David first shares a prophetic word given to us by Mike Bolinger last year. From that word, this was the inspiration to create this new series.

David reads from Mark 1:14 and in this well known reading, there is a call from Jesus to the fisherman to follow Him. That call is still going out today!

If we are going to commit to follow Jesus, it has to be on His terms. David tells us that it is not like following someone on Facebook….where we only check in a couple of times a week. It has to be full on, with all our heart and soul. We don’t have to be ‘special people’. Jesus has given us the power to be ‘Fishers of Men’

Jesus called the fisherman to leave their nets and to follow Him. David uses that statement as an analogy for us today. We are to leave the things behind that are of this world and follow Him with all our heart, we must be obedient.


Guest Speaker – Mike Betts – Journeys

17th April 2016 | Mike Betts

We welcome back today, Mike Betts, from the New Frontiers church in Lowestoft. Many of you would have seen and heard Mike speak before, so you will know that his messages are always ‘jam packed’ with thought provoking comments and hard hitting truths.

He reads from Exodus today and picks out key points about the Israelite’s journey out of Egypt. We also hear how important Joseph was at the time and as a way of describing God’s anointing, we hear the story of Aaron’s staff.

Every one of us is on a journey. It is the journey that God has given us and sometimes, if we feel like Aaron’s staff (a dead stick) we must look toward God and He will do miraculous things within us that will allow us to blossom and flourish and to do His works.
One of the main things that can derail His plan is if we have hard hearts. If we shut God out, we will just be wandering, in the wilderness, with no direction!



Sheep Fishing – Part One

10th April 2016 | Tope Olukemi

Today we see the start of a new series centered around our evangelism. It is called ‘Sheep Fishing’. It will run for about three months and will look at all aspects of how we can be better evangelists in spreading the Good News. Tope shares part of the vision of CCCH to give us a feel of what to expect.

In Matthew 4-19, Jesus says ‘We are to be fishers of men’.  Tope tells us that it is very important that we fully understand the meaning of this statement. He then reads from John 10:1-18 and 27-29 to lead us into his message.

Jesus says that ‘He is the door’ – Tope gives us a mental image that helps explain what Jesus is trying to say, because the only way to God, is ‘through’ Jesus and He is the Good Shepherd that will lead the way and give us eternal life.
Tope asks a very thought provoking question…’Are we part of His flock?’…..The reason being is that one day, the door will be locked and if we have not made the choice to follow Him, our path to heaven will be blocked….and we all know which route the ‘other’ path takes!!


Guest Speaker – Steve Morris – A Living Hope

3rd April 2016 | Steve Morris

It is with great pleasure, we welcome back Steve and Diana Morris. They both moved to South Africa just over a year ago to work with Anton and Elana Cuyler for the SOZO Foundation as it carried out it’s mission to build an education centre there.

As is always the case with Steve, he gives an enthusiastic (and speedy!) message and I could never do it justice here in my summary. Below are just a few key points he brought to us today:-

– He shows a short video to give us an idea of what work SOZO do (There is slight interference on sound during this)

– Diana gives us some insight into the work she does as part of the ‘Dignity Campaign’

– Steve give us some great statistics of how well the students are doing

– We hear Neville’s story

– How the government became involved in the project

To find out more info about the work of the foundation, click here The SOZO Foundation and have a look around the website and read the latest news.


Easter Sunday – The Resurrection

27th March 2016 | David Bareham

Today is Easter Sunday and we celebrate ‘The Risen Lord’….Amen!

David starts by telling us a story of how he was using his phone as an alarm clock to wake him up for today’s sunrise service. He says that although he was sure the alarm would wake him up, he needed ‘outside evidence’ of the correct time….He uses this analogy to look into the facts that are given to us to prove of the resurrection.
David gives us many accounts from writers of the time that were not followers of the Christian faith, so we have to believe that these are unbiased writings. He also shares quotes from people of today that all add up to help prove that Jesus rose again!

Jesus said that He came to save us and that He is Lord of our lives. David asks, “What is our response to that”?
If we admit that He is our saviour, we will have Him living in us and have eternal life. We are to declare our faith by the works we do.

Note:- We apologise for the slight problems with sound quality. This was due to a small technical issue.

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