Easter 2018

Have you ever considered for yourself what Easter is really about and if it is relevant for you? Have you thought about what his death releases you from and what his resurrection opens up to you? Jesus resurrection is so important and is life changing “25 He was handed over to die because of our sins, […]

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Palm Sunday 2018

Jesus chose knowing what was ahead of him to carry on into Jerusalem. He didn’t hide. He was a real man but also God. He was flogged then went to his death on the cross – a most excruciating death. But why did Jesus chose to die? What did He achieve and how does that […]

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Intimacy with God 2

Although God loves to be intimate with His people, our fellowship with Him has another purpose—that His kingdom would come and His will be done on earth as it is in heaven. “your kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven” (Matthew 6:10 NIV). Jesus led life first by looking to […]

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Intimacy with God 1

For many they may have a cognitive belief in God, and follow Jesus teaching and live a life of religion. God however desires so much more, he does not want religion but relationship. He desires intimacy and calls us into it. Intimacy with God is amazing and it what being a follower of Jesus is […]

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Vision into 2018

Today we shared on our heart and vision for Waypoint Church, please listen and also open the pdf of an additional slideshow which summarises parts of the vision. “To be a gathering of passionate followers of Jesus, who are equipped by God’s Word, empowered by God’s Spirit and mobilised by God’s love to bring Jesus […]

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Emmanuel (God with us) 2

Do we really know who Jesus is? (John 1:1-5, John 1:14, John 1:18, Colossians 2:9, Hebrews 1:1-3) Do we see him as God in all his glory and power? There are things that Jesus says and promises He makes which have no strength if He is only a human but if He is also God – wow that changes […]

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Emmanuel (God with us) 1

Today is remembrance Sunday when we remember those who have died during wars and also those still suffering in war and through grief. For many great suffering either pushes someone towards God or turns  them against God. You hear the phrase ‘where was God when…’ Or maybe, ‘if God was one of us He may understand and do […]

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Seeking the forgiver

The woman with the Alabaster jar in Luke 7:36-50 sought out Jesus who had forgiven her her sins. Her response was a demonstrative expression of devotion and love. She had been forgiven much and loved much in stark contrast to the ‘righteous’. Jesus does not want us to be burdened and held back from life, […]

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