This morning, following testimonies from two people in our church, our lead pastor Craig Hopkins shares some thoughts on following the person of Jesus, the One who said of Himself, ‘I am the way’.
This Sunday, Craig shared with us from the story of Hagar in Genesis 16 about how God sees us in our pain and can encounter us there, bringing healing, direction and life.
On this first Sunday of 2020, Craig Hopkins, our Lead Pastor, shares with us from the Gospel of Matthew. Listen in to hear this brilliant message and ask yourself, ‘Is Jesus Lord of my life?’
On this last Sunday morning of 2019, Craig Hopkins, our Lead Pastor, shares a brilliant message about the One who created light, the One who dwells in light unapproachable, yet has made Himself visible, approachable, and knowable through Jesus Christ.
Today Craig Hopkins looks at Luke 2 and the great scene of the birth of Jesus. Enjoy!
Today, Craig continues in our series looking at a vital part of living well – good shoes. He looks at John 4 how Jesus crossed cultures, and saw a village transformed.
Craig Hopkins continues our series in Ephesians, taking us to the first piece of armour mentioned in chapter 6 – the belt of truth.
Today we look at Acts 18-19 and Paul in Ephesus again, where he encourages the believers there that there’s more in God than their current revelation or understanding. That which was true then, is true now, so Craig encourages us to ask for more.
Today, as we baptise some people, Craig looks at Colossians 2 to help us understand what Jesus has done for us and what baptism means.
In this, our final talk from Acts, Craig looks at how Paul made disciples everywhere, and from his prison letters, at the end of Acts, he reveals something of how we, as followers of Jesus, can do the same.