In our penultimate episode of this series, Owen is joined by Janet Johnston from Kings Community Church Southampton. They discuss the importance of forgiveness and Janet gives amazing insight into our need for forgiveness from God and how that should overflow to those we interact with.
This month Owen is joined by Lawrence Mudford, one of the elders at Kings Church Uckfield as they look at the next few lines of the Lord’s Prayer. They discuss relying fully on God’s provision, waiting on our daily needs (and wants) and the large topic of unanswered prayer.
Ken joins us on the podcast this month as we continue looking at the Lord’s Prayer. He speaks personally about his experiences and journey in prayer and why should pray for revival and Christ’s second coming.
We conclude our series on ‘Redeemed:Directors Cut’ and our triptych on the law by looking at the place of those laws that speak of the Moral code and standards God expects of His people and how that affects us today.
We’re back for the second episode looking at the law given to Israel in our series ‘Redeemed: Director’s Cut’. Owen is joined by Emmy Bourne and Grant de Jongh as they chat through the topic of Civil Law, and how we are to interpret those given to Israel through the lens of the new covenant in Christ.
Nae and Ken are the guests on the podcast this month as they join Owen looking at the law given to Israel, specifically those relating to ceremonies and rituals given by God to His people. What are they? Are they relevant for us today?
Kicking off our post-sermon series on the life of Moses and the people of Israel, Owen is joined by Ray Bodkin and Rachel Mewett as they look at the Tabernacle, it’s place in the history of the people of God and why it is so important to us today.
Continuing our series on ‘God will see you through’, Owen is joined by Julie Coates (Foodbank Manager) and Catherine Mudford (Community Money Advice – ChristChurch). They chat through the difficulties that many people are facing with debt and financial struggles and how God’s heart is to see freedom from captivity.