Bethany Christian Trust are currently recruiting for a manager , deputy manager, project worker, and a part time (18.75hrs) administrator assistant at their new Recovery Centre in Edderton. They are holding an information and recruitment event on Thursday 3rd in the Capstone Centre. If you would like to attend please contact Bethany on 0131 561 […]
Sometimes we look at circumstances and it looks like God is putting the breaks on. Why God are you delaying? One of the reasons is that God is preparing his people and while he prepares his people, he preserves and provides for them. Reading: Exodus 1:22-2:25
Christianity is not about escaping but rather about renewing. Sin came into the world and corrupted that which previously had been perfect. Upon Jesus return sinners and everything related to sin will be destroyed in fire and banished as God re-creates a new heaven and new earth. Reading: Mark 13:21-37;1 Thessalonians 4:1-18
In chapter one we look at how the fear of man controlled Pharaoh but how the Israeli midwives disobeyed to cruel godless law of Pharaoh because they feared God more than they feared Pharaoh. Reading: Genesis 50:22-26; Exodus 1
This passage deals with the big question of what happens to us when we die? When we look and understand the end of life, then the rest of the life makes sense. The passage touches on eternity and eternal punishment and eternal life. Reading: Luke 16:19-31
This year’s Woman for Mission Away Day will be held in Perth on Saturday 20th September. As the number of places is limited, it would be a good idea if those who would like to go could book in the next 2 weeks. The theme this year is Keeping on going. The main speaker is […]
The event is being held at the Capstone Centre (top of Alness, High St) and starts at 7.30pm. Coffee and cake will be served and copies of Magnificent Obsession will be available at £5 each. The book can also be bought direct from the publisher : Christian Focus Link to the Event
Samuel has judged the nation of Israel well, but his sons are corrupt. Instead of seeking better judges they seek a king.
Previously Peter had boasted of greater love and passion for Christ than the other disciples, now he more humbly confesses his love for Christ and appeals to His all-knowing knowledge. Reading: John 21:15-25
It is now many years since David has blessed Mephibosheth and given him a seat at the king’s table. David has sinned with Bathsheba and repented but now faces the consequences of God’s judgement, as God allows Absalom to try and seize the kingdom for himself by force. Reading: 2 Samuel 16:1-14 and 2 Samuel 19:18-30
The people of the land realised that what the God of Israel has said He can accomplished, as proven to them at Jericho and Ai. They know that judgement is coming and rightly fear for their lives, and so employ deceit in order to survive.
Reading: Joshua 9
By the end Mephibosheth disability is not his primary descriptive, but father, rich and sitting at the kings table. In like manner, Christians are first and foremost Children of The King. Reading: 2 Samuel 9
Reading: Luke 5:1-11 and John 21:1-14 Coming to those who had doubted and denied Him, Jesus reinstates the penitent disciples in His calling of discipleship and mission, performing a parallel miracle to the one He did when He had called them to follow Him 3 years earlier. Sermon Points: A: Faithful disciples B: Failing disciples […]