When The Power of God Comes
Acts 11:19-30
We talk a lot about God sending his power to us. But what does that look like? In this talk we get to see five defining marks of what happens when the power of God comes on a community.We talk a lot about God sending his power to us. But what does that look like? In this talk we get to see five defining marks of what happens when the power of God comes on a community.

 
June
18
Speaker
Jonathan Bell
Baptism in the Holy Spirit
Acts 10:44-48
The filling of the Holy Spirit is a recurring theme in the book of Acts but what is it and does it matter?


 
June
04
Speaker
Andy Martin
Who Are We To Stand In God's Way?
Acts Acts 10:1-11:18
We have a chance to demonstrate a depth of multi-cultural unity that magnifies the power of the gospel in our city. The key question is whether we’re willing to say ‘yes’ to God.

 
May
28
Speaker
Jonathan Bell
God Moves Forward His Story
Acts Acts 9:1-31
In Acts 9, we come to a key turning point in the book of Acts. In fact, we come to a key turning point in history. In Saul’s conversion, we see the author of the story moving along the plot quite dramatically in his intended direction. Jonny explores how this event serves as a picture of what He is doing all the time as He continues to write His story.

 
May
21
Speaker
Jonny Mellor
Exclusively Inclusive
Acts Acts 8:25-40
Christianity is way more exclusive and way more inclusive than perhaps you’d expect. In this talk we learn how it can not only be both, but how one inevitably leads to the other!

 
May
14
Speaker
Jonathan Bell
Joy Blockers
Acts Acts 8:4-25
When the gospel lands in a life, it’s meant to result in much joy! But, like Simon in Acts 8, we often fall for two classic joy-blockers that hold us back on the journey to joy. Here, Rich highlights those joy-blockers and points to the truths that obliterate them!

 
May
07
Speaker
Rich Pitt
Selected Series
I believe in God but
[ 7 Episodes ] 23 September 2012 - 13 November 2012
Maybe like so many, you’re a member of a church, but you’re secretly ashamed of your past. Perhaps you’ve heard about the love of God, but you’re still not convinced that God totally loves you. This series addresses these struggles with the aim of closing the gap between our behaviour and beliefs.
07
I still worry a lot
Matthew 6:24-34
The things you are most devoted to tend to be the things you worry about the most. The solution to your worry isn’t trying harder to stop worrying, or merely pretending the problems have gone away – the ultimate solution is redirecting your devotion.
 

IbelieveinGodbut
November
13
Speaker
Jonathan Bell
06
I'm not going to forgive you
Ephesians 4:31-32
If you could get rid of your anger; if you could face the people who have hurt you and not allow it to control you; if you could be free of bitterness and resentment, wouldn't you be interested? The apostle Paul gives us the solution in this life changing passage.
 

IbelieveinGodbut
November
04
Speaker
Jonathan Bell
05
...I don't talk to Him
Luke 6:43-45

IbelieveinGodbut
October
28
Speaker
Jonny Mellor
04
I'm in charge of my sex life
1 Corinthians 6:12-20
What is God’s view of sex? What does it mean to be chaste? What do grace and repentance have to do with our sexuality? Whether single or married, regardless of our past, God has something to say about sex and its place in our lives.
 

IbelieveinGodbut
October
14
Speaker
Jonathan Bell
03
...not the Church
1 Corinthians 12:12-26

IbelieveinGodbut
October
07
Speaker
Jonathan Bell
02
I don't talk to Him
Luke 18:1-8
A lot of people love knowing about Jesus, but don’t really know him. Many love the thought of his love, but don’t really know it for themselves. It’s a miserable exchange! Jesus hasn’t come so you’d religiously do what he says, without walking with him and knowing him. This talk aims to kick-start your prayer life by helping you grasp God’s delight in you.
 

IbelieveinGodbut
September
30
Speaker
Jonathan Bell
01
I believe in God but
Galatians 3:26-4:9
When Paul wrote his letter to the Galatians, they had experienced the real, living God – but their knowledge of him wasn’t strong enough to stop them falling back into their old way of life. And so Paul spelled out exactly what it means to be adopted as children into God’s family. Similarly for us today, if we’re going to close the gap between what we believe and how we live, the starting place is to get to grips with who we are in Christ.
 

IbelieveinGodbut
September
23
Speaker
Jonathan Bell
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