In part 9 of #BreakingtheMould we tackle the question of what is the need of the hour. For Jesus the answer is all about people willing to step up and step out
Often we do not find it easy to believe in Jesus. In Matthew 8-9 we have all sorts of examples of people acting in faith, in fear and in doubt. These stories are hugely encouraging for us as we look to God to continue to work miracles in our own lives.
What does it look like to build our faith with wisdom? Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount finishes with a parable about how to build houses in such a way as to last. Jesus likens it to putting into practice all that He has been teaching us.
Jesus continues to Break-the-Mould as He warns us not to worry. In this blog we examine 6 reasons why Jesus says that we should not worry…
What do we place above all else? What would we say is the thing we most treasure, most look to and most serve? Jesus continues to break the mould as He answers these very questions with life-changing answers
NEW BLOG: Jesus continued to break the mould by challenging the practice and understanding of His day. Rather than adherence to rules Jesus wants to renovate our hearts!
Jesus continues to #Breakthemould as He says that we are salt and light: not so much about something to do, but something we are. This blog explores some of the implications of these ground-breaking words…
What do you do when you need some time out? Check out some reflections on what it means to be joyful in hope, patient in affliction and faithful in prayer…
I’ve always loved King David. The early and quite difficult years were vital to allowing him to ‘Build to Last’ over a lifetime….
In order to build to last it is critical to find the place where we can trust God amidst all that life brings