Continuing our series Saving Faith in the book of James, Damilola Makinde explores themes of wisdom and foolishness, and calls us to be attentive to where and in what we are placing our faith, so that we do not lose sight of the treasure of saving faith in Jesus.
Monthly Archives: January 2021
Kicking off our new teaching series, Saving Faith, exploring the book of James, Pete Hughes begins by unpacking James 1 and looking at three key leaders of the early church.
Due to some technical difficulties, we are so sorry that the audio quality is poor in this recording. Thanks for bearing with us!
Jon Carter explores how we can navigate the journey ahead of us as we step into 2021, looking at Matthew 2 and reminding us that we find our destination in Jesus.
As we kick off 2021 and look ahead into this year, Cath Carter explores the good news of what hope means for us, and how we can begin to intentionally dig wells of hope in our lives.
Pete Hughes takes us through the Examen, a prayer which prompts us to pause and reflect, focussing on looking back at the year of 2020 and then resetting to begin the new year of 2021. Grab a pen and paper and join in with this interactive reflection.
During our reflective Christmas service, Pete Hughes reminds us of the nearness of Heaven to Earth in God’s dwelling among us, and that new life is readily available to us even in a time which feels so dark.
KXC Carol Service 2020: Pete Hughes shares the message of hope and truth written in John 1:5 where the Bible says, “The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it.” So as 2020 draws to a close, it’s our prayer that you would experience this light and a love that says, “I’m with you and I’m for you”.