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We all have a life on the frontline in the world that’s significant to God. But can we see how God has been working in and through us? Can we imagine what work God might do in and through us on our daily frontlines? This Autumn we explore how, where, why and when God can work through his people’s frontlines.

Part 1: Big Picture

by David Fowler September 11, 2016 10:30am

Colossians 1:15-20

In order to live lives that are worthy of the calling we need confidence in all that God has done, is doing and will do. These mountain top verses from Colossians display the glorious vista of God’s majesty that help Christians push on and live the life they are called to.

Part 2: Modelling Godly Character

by Dave King September 18, 2016 10:30am

Gal 5:13-26

Modelling Godly character is a challenge to all of us in our lives 24/7. Here we will look at three simple principles that as we unpack them will help us to grow more like Him. In doing so see our character more model His.

Part 3: Making Good Work

by David Fowler September 25, 2016 10:30am

Genesis 1-2; Colossians 3:22-4:1

Our work life is part of why we are as we are. We live in a frustrating and fallen world that affects everything we are involved in, but we still can work in a way that brings glory to God.

Part 4: Ministering Grace

by David Fowler October 16, 2016 10:30am

Luke 10:25-37

A significant part of fruitfulness is seen in the Christian's willingness to see the whole world as her neighbour and to be ready and fleet footed when opportunities arise to minister grace and love towards all. We re-examine Jesus' parable of the Good Samaritan and unearth the call to live a life of love without borders.

Part 5: Moulding Culture

by Eddy Inglis October 23, 2016 10:30am

Matthew 5:1-16

Our presence in the world, in the church and in our families gives us the opportunity, like salt, to bring out the best in others and like light to show the way. We are salt and we are light; let's it waste it.

Part 6: Mouthpiece for Justice

by Chick Yuill October 30, 2016 10:30am

2 Sam 12:1-13

The prophet Nathan is a mouth piece for truth and justice as he confronts the King with his responsibility for the death of Uriah. Why does he do it? He does it in obedience to God who is passionately concerned for truth and justice. How does he do it? He does it bravely, sensitively and with authority? What happens when he does it? David learns that: Responsibility must be accepted. Reality must be faced. The penalty must be paid. But mercy is offered.

Part 7: Gospel Messenger

by John Hampson November 6, 2016 10:30am

1 Peter 3:15-16

As Gospel Messengers we must all stand up in society and speak up socially about the truth of our faith. How good a witness will we be? We bring a message of a hope which is certain.