Let’s follow Jesus’ example and lead an unhurried life - no matter how busy we are - and learn to listen for God’s voice.
Joy is not found by seeking after things we don’t have, but deliberately choosing to enjoy and be satisfied with what God has given us, celebrating what we love, with one another, today and every day.
Communion points us to God’s goodness - which he is like all the time. But it also points us to the way we should respond: saying ‘thank you’ all the time.
How do we become more like Jesus, and live the life we’ve always wanted? The answer is: gardening.
The empty tomb strongly suggests Jesus rose from the dead, but the proof of his resurrection comes through faith.
How do we get from Peter the denier, full of shame and regret - to Peter the apostle, leader of the early church?
Looking back, looking forward, looking out - this is the life God calls us to.
God never promises to take all our troubles away, but what he does promise, is to be with us despite and through those troubles.
Size doesn’t matter to God - so let’s give him what we have, however large or small, and trust him to use us wherever we are.
When Jesus commands us to love, he does not give us licence to ignore great swathes of Scripture, but gives us the best way of understanding what it means.