We love God’s promises in Jeremiah to give His people a future and a hope. These promises appear in the top 10 Bible verses in the world! What’s really interesting is that these promises were given to those facing 70 years of exile in Babylon. Check out my latest blog to find out more
NEW POST including reflections on what is now a decade since we lost our dear friend James Witham
God’s promises to Abram are pivotal to the story of the whole Bible. Through them God announced His plan to bless many generations of people and make them a blessing to all nations of the earth…
These past few weeks have been significant for us in the UK. The Conservative Government returned a big majority in the recent General Election on the promise of a glorious new beginning for Britain outside of the European Union. We have (and still are) hearing about all that the new Government is going to do in order to make Brexit a success and to get our economy ready for a post-Brexit world. In this regard the Prime Minister is setting…
Valleys in the Bible are a great example of times of both difficulty and opportunity. In this blog we see that even in the valley God is still God, God is still at work and God is still with us…
The Valley of Baka as described in Psalm 84 represents a challenging period of our journey. There is however a promise here that as we rest in the presence of God we will find refreshing springs to help us on our way.
In the midst of difficult times Micah is a great example of someone who find encouragement in looking to His God. He encourages us to watch in hope and wait expectantly on God. Micah still speaks powerfully to us today.
Life in the valleys can be pretty tough at times but the valley of Achor helps us see how God can turn even the hardest times on their heads so that they become an opportunity for hope.
Five years ago was a day that changed many lives. Jesus called home a young man with huge potential. Yet the impact of his life lives on in the lives that he touched and continues to touch. We praise God for James!
Two recent weekends stand out as great examples of celebration; a celebration of what God has done in our midst, a celebration of one another and a celebration of the gifts God has given us.