River Church in Maidenhead, Marlow, Slough and Englefield Green.
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Celebrate the differences. It was based on Romans 12 6-8 which outlines spiritual gifts. I spoke specifically on prophecy and gave prophetic words to some of the congregation.
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As we were unable to meet this morning due to heavy snow, Andy presents a podcast of his talk based on Acts chapters 10 and 11. Luke now begins to tell the story of a fundamental turning point in the history of the early church. For the first time Gentiles will be directly evangelised and admitted into fellowship with Jewish Christians.…
On this first Sunday in Advent, Rachel refers to the “Awesome” verses in Luke 2:7-20, the angelic visitation of the shepherds to the baby Jesus and their testimony after having seen the Saviour. The Story of a promise fulfilled a King and His kingdom, the arrival of a Saviour, Jesus Christ.
Continuing on the Following Jesus series Mike refers to Acts 1 and 2, where the angels said to the disciples “Men of Galilee, why do you stand looking into the sky,” Acts 1:10-11. The ascension of Jesus marked a new phase in God’s kingdom on earth and the role the disciples would play in that, but they needed spurring into action.…
Colin refers to Luke’s gospel, chapter 22 (vv14-23), and asks us, Why did Jesus have to Die, and why at the time of the Passover meal? Looking back to the days of Moses and the last plague in Exodus 11; Our God is the God of the Exodus, He wants to set us free!
Guest speaker Rob, who works for an organisation called Mercy UK, tells his story of release from anger and depression. What things are you sweeping under the rug, and what would your life look like without them?
Continuing on the Following Jesus series Andy refers to passages from Luke 13 to Luke 17 in the context of Jesus showing ‘Disruptive Leadership’, leadership that does not want to stick to the status quo. Jesus comes and shows a different way. How will we grasp God’s Kingdom and what attitudes will we turn away from?…
George visits us from Reading Vineyard church to talk to us about ‘Christians Against Poverty’ and what a CAP Debt Centre is. We also hear from Ceri Davies and Andrew Green about the proposed launch of the Maidenhead Cap Debt Centre in January 2018.
A look at how prayer works and how our passions need action if we want to hit the 'Godspot'. Keith looks at how we are all made different and when we are involved in action which is based on a mix of our passion and abilities we allow God to move with us and become the best we can be.
Colin refers to the gospel of Luke, chapter 7 verses 36 to 50 where Jesus is anointed by a sinful woman. The contrasting attitudes between the unnamed woman and Simon the Pharisee, an incredible story to convey the heart of God. If we are hungry for an encounter with Jesus, He will always meet us.
Ceri refers to the gospel of Luke, chapter 6. Here, Jesus engages His newly chosen disciples in some "team talk" - the vital things He needs them to know as they set off together on His mission to bring heaven to earth through the breaking in of His kingdom.
Dave refers to Mark’s gospel, chapter 13, which deals with several difficult questions. Destruction of the temple, a Jewish Roman war, the sign of the Messiah’s return, when will this age end, a whole lot of trouble coming. If we are truly following Jesus then that should spell trouble for us.
In this new series Ceri takes a look at Feeding of the 4000 in Mark Chapter 8:14-21 and Feeding of the 5000 in Mark chapter 6:30-44 and asks what do these miracles tell us about following Jesus in this season and how do we put it into practice.
God wants access to every room in our lives, so he can bring cleansing, restoration, hope, courage and strength that we might become the carriers of his kingdom and a source of revival in our communities.
Chloe and Karen introduce our new series looking at the topic of climate change and caring for the planet, and the part we can play in this as individuals and as a local church. How will we respond to the Eco Church challenge?
Simon tells us an inspiring story of ‘The Hope of Salvation’, from Genesis to Revelation. A story of God’s deliverance, hope and abounding love and grace through three gardens, the Garden of Eden, the Garden of Gethsemane and the Garden of ‘A New Heaven and A New Earth’.
Rachel gives her interpretation of 1 Peter chapter 5, verse 7 from the Amplified Version and tells us how she needed to learn as His disciple to cast anxieties to one side and actually follow Him. We ought to be doers of the word, not just listeners. He has paid a price so we can live an abundant life.…
Susan refers to Ephesians 2, verse 10, “we are all created in God’s image, which God prepared beforehand.” We are encouraged to lead a creative life to develop our gifts, and help us to understand and know those gifts, to see God’s kingdom come into our lives, our communities and work places.
Mike gives an overview of Paul’s Letter to the Ephesians, chapter 4, focussing on, but not exclusively, verses 1 to 6. Looking at the ‘Root’ of our unity, the ‘Reach’ of our unity and the ‘Reason’ for our unity.