During this period of crisis, it is essential we understand what the Lord may be saying to the world and to the Church. These prayerful insights from various church leaders share what they believe the Lord has shown them and guide us in how we might respond.
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Akhtar Shah explores the question, ‘What do you expect of God in the days to come?’
The media is reporting that prayer and seeking God have become central to our nation in the midst of the pandemic. But Rachel Mildred questions whether we can simply take this news at face value.
What would God say to the Church during this pandemic? Brian Smith looks at this question with relation to Mark 5:1-20, a passage that records Jesus’ encounter with a man possessed by many demons in the region of the Decapolis.
Andy Glover explores the changes that the Church has been called to make in recent weeks, and perhaps those from which we should take lasting lessons
Rachael looks at how we must remain rooted to the rock of Jesus, who will help us to navigate these unchartered waters of the pandemic, and not be overwhelmed by all that comes at us both now and in the months ahead.
Mark explores how a time of significant restoration is upon us, the Church, and it’s time to realise what we had lost and how to find it again.
‘For I know the plans I have for you,’ declares the Lord, ‘plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.’ – Jeremiah 29:11. Even in the midst of such uncertainty surrounding the future, as believers in Jesus we have a hope for what is to come that surpasses it all.
If suffering and sacrifice were central to Jesus’ way of life, how can our discipleship revolve around them too?
Jesus is equipping us to ride a wave, to stand strong in faith and to draw others along for the ride. The question is, how can we be ready?
As we enter into a second month of ‘lockdown’ here in the UK, Dayalan Mahesan writes about the need to be preparing for the season to come and how we do this.