When Jesus said, 'follow me and I will make you...' what did he intend? Dave shows us the truth of discipleship through craft-knowledge and how it is important to be present with our teacher if we are to grow and learn.
The hispanic church in Adamsdown is experiencing God do great things as we continue to work into the Spanish speaking communities of Cardiff. Read through Pedro's report of what God is doing.
The Holy Spirit is doing something significant in these days. Read the encouragement from Carol Jones to be ready to catch his wave as it comes, not get caught unaware and unprepared!
In this week's blog, Dave Patterson takes you back in time almost 1500 years to the wild and windy island of Hibernia, to listen to the story of an unsuspecting group of Christians who, through radical obedience and incredible bravery, reached an entire continent with the Gospel.
Why does God gives us His Holy Spirit, and how much of His Spirit has He given us? Find out as Kier shares the meaning behind one of his favourite words in the Bible.
What does Bryan Adams and Jeff Buckley have to do with growing in maturity in God? Find out as James shares some memories from summers gone by and how God used them to transform his life.
It’s clear from the pages of Acts that God loves collaboration; he loves to see people working together. Teamwork is at the heart of God’s work. James Aubrey shares his insights into the power of teamwork in the book of Acts.
What does it mean to have fellowship with the Holy Spirt? Fellowship is not just a cheesy Christian word that your parents used to use, it is a powerful and significant word that calls us deeper! Find out why in this article.
What do you do when what you were expecting doesn't arrive? Do you give up, do you try a new technique to get what you want? Fortunately the Bible helps us answer this question and it's a very simple answer!
What part do lawnmowers and bags of coffee have to play in the great adventures of the Kingdom of God? Kier shares with us some insights from his almost decade as part of All Nations Church.
'For Paul, the author of great swathes of the New Testament and arguably the most influential figure in Christianity after the Lord Jesus Christ, the future was characterised by hope. A confident expectation of future good. A hope of glory, he said to the Colossians. A hope that neither disappoints nor puts us to shame. Bob Marley and the Wailers once sang, “everything’s gonna be alright.” Paul tells the Christian that, because of our hope in God, it will be.'
There are good coaches and not-so-good coaches. What's a key difference? Well, a good coach makes sure that EVERYONE gets to play. And so does God. By the power of the Holy Spirit, everyone get's to be a part of His amazing plan for the world!