What changes in our hearts when we recognise that sin is rooted in our unbelief?
In this series, we will be exploring how embracing these four truths is essential to moving from unbelief to belief in every area of our lives and seeing kingdom movement across our communities, the city and into the nations.
God is Great - so we don’t have to be in control God is Glorious - so we don’t have to fear others God is Gracious - so we don’t have to prove ourselves God is Good - so we don’t have to look elsewhere
The Gospel of the Kingdom
We live in a world filled with news - a lot of which is bad! What does it mean to be a people impacted by God’s Story which is Good News to the whole world?
How can this amazing Gospel transform my life, this gathering of God’s Church and extend out into the world around me? Over the next four weeks, we will be looking at the journey of God’s restoration plan for humanity and how this story can bring us to a place of being Good News to all of creation.
A Resurrection People
A Reach wide series looking at living as a people of God’s Kingdom.
We’ll be exploring themes such as celebration, responsibility, responsiveness, engagement, presence carrying, identity, proclamation, demonstration, redemption and creativity.
Philippi was a colony of Rome, and in the same way, Paul appealed to the Christians there to establish themselves as a colony of God’s Kingdom; a community that truly expressed the heart of God…
Although we know prayer is important, it’s remarkable how easily we are distracted from it! It’s good to be reminded why we should pray and to have some helpful guidance in ways to revive our prayer life.
In the coming weeks we’ll be getting to the heart of Jesus’ proclamation, “The time has come, the kingdom of God has come near. Repent and believe the good news!” and what it means to live as his royal people.
The book of Joshua documents the change in leadership of the nation of Israel. As EMCF undergoes a leadership transition of its’ own, we draw wisdom from this story and learn about transition, unity, direction, faith, leadership and worship.