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Updated April 2020
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At a time of pressure Cassie Biggin speaks from Judges 4 to challenge us to listen to the right voice and pay attention.
Stuart Gregg shares some of his life story and how we can set, even in the midst of the hardest times, that God is good at the forefront of our lives
Liz Gregg challenges us to ask if we blame others, make a drama out of our crisis or have a pity party then you could have developed the mindset of a victim rather than a vanquisher.
How do we react to crowds ? Like Jesus and some of the people who first met Him, or do we just conform ?
Lauralyn Westwood from Delaware challenges us with whether we live under His Kindom reign or our own 'mydom'.
Dawna De Silva speaks on pushing in and getting closer to Him when it feels like an uphill struggle with a weight on your back.
Liz Gregg continues her series with the meta mindset of an orphan spirit that produces much, ususally unhelpful, fruit.
Liz Gregg asks five provoking questions to make us reflect on whether we control our wealth and use it for His plans or whether it controls us.
Stuart Gregg looks at the concept of time, how we experience it and how God does.
Deboral Parish challenges us to think about what we think.
Stuart Gregg gets us to look at the big picture of Revelation to find encouragement and amazement at God's goodness.
Liz Gregg provokes us to examine where and in whom we we put out trust - especially when the bills arrive !
Stuart Gregg prompts us to consider the power of listening to understand, not just reply.
Liz Gregg reminds us of the importance of reproducing a culture where God'e encouraging words, thoughts and feelings are both welcomed and spoken out.
Stuart Gregg speaks on how and why we can form deeper relationships.
In this talk delivered at the Celebrate School of Supernatural Ministry Stuart Gregg tells us why we need a supernatural shool to stop us stopping the Spirit.
Stuart Gregg leads a discussion to set a direction for us to grow in generosity.
Howard Astin of Outworks,. Bradford looks at the Elijah to see a man being naturally supernatural.
Liz Gregg helps us see the power, for both good and bad of our emotions.
Jay and Erinn Urena lead a pracitcal session on prophecy.
Russ Alder asks 'do we know who we are ?'
In His first preach Luke Kershaw shares from his experience of overcoming fear.
Stuart Gregg looks at John 11 to see how Jesus responds to emotion and comments from other people.
Liz Gregg continues to look at what a grace culture looks like and what we all need to do help make it happen in and around our lives.
Ben Gregg speaks from his passion to see a thirst for justice made real in our lives.