Going Crazy For Jesus | Sonia Home

This is a story of extravagant, uninhibited worship. It is an outpouring of love that is likely to have made people feel very uncomfortable at the time.

What does uninhibited worship look like in our imagination? This passage challenges us to strive for that.

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#MeToo | James Stevenson

How do we live as Christians in a sexually broken society? Too often we shrink back as Christians and end up compromised. Jesus wants to bring us to a place of healing and forgiveness in a way that transforms society.

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What Do We Expect Of Jesus? | Sonia Home

Do we expect Jesus to meet needs in our community? To do this in a way that goes beyond the bare minimum to overflowing provision? To be utterly gracious, entirely forgiving and to bring the supernatural into everyday environments? John challenges us to raise our expectations of Jesus, perhaps even to re-imagine who He is and can be for us.

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Becoming | James Stevenson

All of us are becoming something but what or who are we becoming. The good news in John’s Prologue is that God became human in Jesus so that we can have the right to become children of God.

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Is This How It Ends? | Michael Hillman

As Paul’s journey continues so should ours as followers of Christ. To be witnesses we need to prepare ourselves to allow time for the Holy Spirit to come and enable us to spread the Gospel. This is not how it ends. The Gospel continues to spread in Bishopston & St Andrews. There is work to be done.

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Storms and Shipwrecks | Sheila Melot

Paul knew all about storms at sea and even got shipwrecked. Here on land we all experience the storms of life and the shipwrecks too. Seeing how Paul responds, we can follow him by facing the facts, facing our fears and above all, praying.

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