Jesus welcomed the people, taught them about the Kingdom of God and healed those in need. Luke 9:11
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5 February 2023


by John Sainsbury

Recently I heard a story that spoke so much to me about what it means to be a follower of Jesus. There was once a family of five: mum, dad, their oldest son Ross and his two younger sisters. They were a close and loving family, and the dad was teaching his children what it meant to be responsible for...

4 February 2023

Words that Live! Words that heal!

by Peter Horrobin

We are constantly in need of the Lord, but so often people only cry out to Him for help when they are in distress. I was once on a plane that filled with smoke in mid-air. I looked around and saw how suddenly the whole atmosphere in the plane had changed. People were obviously praying and starting to...

3 February 2023

Threat or Promise

by Denise Cross

Over the years of being a believer and reading my Bible, many of Jesus’ sayings have become familiar to me. However, I’ve noticed that the implications of what He speaks and my understanding of what He is really saying have often changed, developed, and deepened. Re-reading Luke’s gospel this week...

2 February 2023


by Liz Griffin

I woke up one morning with a children’s song in my head. It was ‘I’ve got that joy, joy, joy, joy down in my heart’. Later that day we were doing an Ellel creativity workshop and making felt hearts. So, I sewed the word ‘joy’ on mine and decorated it with sequins. The back of my felt heart...

1 February 2023

The Love of the Father

by Philip Asselin

God makes it so clear that He loves us.  But do you know this for yourself?  Have you experienced the Father’s love? It is one thing to read about it, and another to know it deep within your spirit. Over many years as a Christian, I knew, in a detached sort of way, that my heavenly Father loved me....

31 January 2023


by Tanya Person

As I was reading Psalms, the above verses jumped out at me. We need to give thanks, and proclaim how God has redeemed us! Psalm 106:7 says, "Our fathers in Egypt did not grasp the significance of Your wonderful works or remember Your many acts of faithful love; instead, they rebelled by the sea - the...

30 January 2023

The Other Prodigal

by Patricia Lake

Many a sermon has been inspired by Jesus’ parable of the Prodigal Son. It is a story that everyone, young and old can understand, and to which many a family can relate. Much is made of the younger son who recklessly demanded his inheritance from his father so that he could go off into the world and...

29 January 2023

Like a Little Child

by Julie Smith

While on holiday, we drove along a road that zigzagged its way up the side of a mountain. I’d like to say the higher we climbed the more I delighted in the beautiful view of the glistening sea and coastline as the vista below grew more and more spectacular. But I have to admit I was totally distracted...

28 January 2023

Hard Times

by Richard Griffiths

Psalm 80 was written at a time of great difficulty for God’s people – almost certainly when Jerusalem was besieged by the Assyrians. The Assyrians had already overthrown Samaria and had conquered much of the land of Judah. Now they surrounded Jerusalem. Humanly speaking the situation was hopeless....

27 January 2023


by John Sainsbury

Whilst on holiday recently my wife and I attended a local church service and were completely blessed to hear one of the best messages I’d heard in a long time. At the heart of the message was a challenge based on Luke 9 to make Jesus absolutely central to every aspect of our lives. Here, Luke seems...

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