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james – part three – tame your tongue

9th March 2014 | Alastair Windus

Alastair reads from James to make us realise how we have to examine ourselves and to look at what and how we say things. He gives us some statistics regarding social media and reminds us of what we post online and also how we have to watch what we say in our everyday lives and in the workplace.
When Jesus was dying on the cross, He didn’t curse or judge. His words were of love and concern for His mother and who would look after her!
His message today has three main points 1) The importance of the tongue 2) The power of the tongue 3) The inconsistency of the tongue
What does your tongue say about you……? If someone that didn’t know you, saw your Facebook profile, how would you be seen…..Good….or….Bad?
Alastair finishes his message with three questions for us to think about 1) Is what you say pure, clean and truthful 2) Is it necessary 3) Is it kind…?

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james – part two – have integrity

2nd March 2014 | Joachim Adenusi

Joachim begins his message this morning by telling us a story of two people in a failed marriage and asks us, “Was the husband or the wife wrong?”……
Today we look at three areas in our church life 1) Listening and doing 2) Favouritism is forbidden in church and 3) Faith and deed. Joachim uses the story to tie the three points together.
He asks, “What do we want to be as a church?” – Are we afraid to tell the truth when confronted with it? Would we be able to stand up and declare who we are to the Prime Minister or would we conform?
Christianity is real……It is not a joke…….The Bible is our guide!!

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James – Part One – Keep Going

23rd February 2014 | Leon Ringlemann

Leon’s message today starts off a new series on James. The letter of James is essentially God saying “I love you and I want you to love Me”…….
Leon asks “Who was James and who did he write too?” We hear a story of how Leon was on an underground tube train and he uses the famous message “Mind the Gap” to illustrate what James was writing about.
In this first part, Leon breaks the message down into three main points 1) No pain, No gain 2) Where is your treasure? and 3) Faith is powerful in action.
Leon tells us that if we truly love God, then WE will know it and the WORLD will know it……..

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MEANING OF MARRIAGE – PART FOUR – THE MISSION OF MARRIAGE

16th February 2014 | Joachim Adenusi

Joachim starts his message today by talking about friendship within marriage and then takes a light hearted survey of people’s ideals of the different aspects of marriage. He reads from Ephesians 5 and we hear how your wife or husband should be your best friend and how we should be there for one another through the good times and the bad.
Despite any differences we have between us, God says we must love each other passionately.
We should never allow parents, children, family, ambition and careers to separate that friendship, that companionship.

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Meaning of marriage – Part three – the essence of marriage

9th February 2014 | Malcolm and Sandra Sullivan

Today Malcolm and Sandra share their testimony of how God has led them in their marriage. We hear about their early relationship and how God was speaking to Malcolm and how he committed himself to the Lord.
Sandra shares how she was challenged in a church service and after a short while, she had a meeting with her pastor who explained what following the Lord really means.
They tell us that marriage is a covenant between a husband, the wife and God and as we have heard in previous sermons, it isn’t easy sometimes. We have to work at it, with God at the centre if we are to succeed. The bible says that the essence of marriage IS the covenant!

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MEANING OF MARRIAGE – PART TWO – THE POWER OF MARRIAGE

2nd February 2014 | Steve Morris

After a short introduction about himself and his wife Diana, Steve reads the well known passage from Ephesians 5:22-33
We are told that, as humans, we are inherently selfish and that we feel that we can run our own lives. Steve uses an analogy of how his first car used to constantly try and follow it’s own path and how he used to struggle to keep it on a straight line. If we don’t follow Jesus, we will lose track of the direction He wants us to take.
Being married isn’t going to solve all our problems. Our new partner isn’t going to be our saviour….we must look toward Jesus and focus on Him. We hear from Steve’s wife Diana and she gives us her views and perspective and also offers advice for married couples based on her experience and her walk with God.
Steve asks, ‘Where is the emphasise in our lives?’……We have to get the balance right and not be frightened to show our love for our partner. We must become accountable to each other and if we are facing problems…be accountable to a friend and work through them….together!

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