This week, to celebrate 100 years of Bush Church Aid, guest speaker Adrian Lane from BCA shares some of the journey the society has taken since 1919. He also brings us a story from the Bible of using what we have now in the best way we can.
This week, to celebrate 100 years of Bush Church Aid, guest speaker Adrian Lane from BCA shares some of the journey the society has taken since 1919. He also brings us a story from the Bible of small beginnings and great plans for the future.
Wrapping up our series on the Holy Spirit, Andy throws some questions from you at Kirk and Tim.
Can you lose a gift of the Spirit? Why speak in tongues when God understands English? These questions and more, on this episode.
Kirk wraps up this series on the Holy Spirit by exploring how the spiritual gifts of tongues and prophesy should be used, as well as tackling one of the more challenging passages in the Bible.
Continuing our deep dive into the gifts of the Spirit listed in 1 Corinthians 12, today, Kirk and Andy look at Tongues, Prophecy and Miraculous Powers. Next week: a special Q&A episode. Text your questions anonymously to 0490 453 293, or email them to email@example.com.
Throughout our series on the Holy Spirit, many spiritual gifts have been described, as well as their use in the church.
This week, Kirk takes a closer look at two spiritual gifts in particular: tongues and prophesy. Why are people given these gifts and how should they be used?
Our current series of talks focus on the Holy Spirit- one of three persons of our God. In the next three bonus episodes of the St John's podcast, we'll take a deep dive into the gifts of the Spirit listed in 1 Corinthians 12. In this episode, Andy and Kirk look at Wisdom, Knowledge, Healing, and Distinguishing Between Spirits - what are these gifts, and how might they be used to bring God glory.
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The most well-known verses on love- seen at weddings across the globe. Where would we be without love? Love is the best characteristic you can have in everything that you do, which is why Paul in his letter to Corinth says that you are only a clanging gong without love.