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What is God saying to you through the Scriptures? Tell us here.

 

With 100 Days of Ceaseless Prayer coming to an end, we will continue to seek God’s will for us by sharing together in the study of his word.

100 Days of Shared Scripture is an invitation to hear the voice of God through the reading of his word. We want to hear the heart of God together – to discern the resounding message and the common themes – and to follow with courageous obedience into a new year and a new season.

On this website you’ll be able to access a range of resources including daily devotionals, social media updates and email subscriptions. Please join us as we seek God daily through the scriptures.

What is God saying to you?

We believe that the Bible is like no other book. The word of God is alive and active, and we believe that God speaks to his people through the scriptures.

We want to hear what God is saying to you as we seek to discern his will for the way forward. You can write your comments in the box below to feed back to us what you’re hearing.

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Daily Devotions

  • CLICK HERE TO READ JOHN 8:1-11  “Let he who is without sin cast the first stone.” In an episode of The Simpsons, Homer quotes that verse, and one of the Flanders kids chucks a rock at his head and boasts,“Got him, Dad!” If you aren’t......

  • “Yes, be bold and strong! Banish fear and doubt! For remember, the Lord your God is with you wherever you go.” Joshua 1:9 (TLB) When I became an adult, I was faced with new and exciting opportunities. I had become a leader in our corps, I......

  • At home we like sourdough bread because it’s easier to digest and cheaper in the supermarket at the end of the day (a bit stale, but good for toast). Yes, bread that sustains us—for a while! The eager crowd on the north-eastern shore of Lake......