Category: Foundations

Working from a Place of Rest

FieldPartner was proud to host this event with Tony Horsfall. 'Working From a Place of Rest' asked the important question: How can we joyfully sustain ministry over the long haul of life? The biggest mistake we can make in ministry is to try and work for God rather than work with God. Jesus himself shows us by his example […]

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7 Ways to Drop Your Call

Ross examines the vital question of 'what do we do once we have a calling?' The enemy will be determined for us to miss, forget, ignore or avoid our God-given calling and in this illuminating sermon, Ross shares 7 challenges we may encounter in pursuing a calling.

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Your Choice – The Comparison Game Or A Unique Destiny - Easter Week Pt 12

John 21:20-25 brings us to the end of these studies in John’s Gospel. These few verses are a hugely powerful evidence of the truth and authenticity of the Bible. You would think that John would end with some amazing revelations from Jesus. But he does not.

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Do You Agree? - Easter Week Pt 11

John 21:15-19 is arguably the most important passage for those who call themselves Christians in the entire New Testament. Read the Bible passage for yourself with that in mind. Five verses that could change your life! Read and see if you agree with me! If you read to the end, I have added a very personal statement!

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Jesus Is Taking Over! - Easter Week Pt 10

John 21:1-14 tells how the disciples returned to Galilee and then went on an overnight fishing trip. How come? It seems so routine, so ordinary. Jesus has risen from the dead, they have met Him twice, surely everything should be different?

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Peace, Real Peace - Easter Week Pt 9

John 20:19-31 is a familiar passage. It is also a highly concentrated one whose rich content comes as we dig into it and open it up. Firstly, “Jesus came and stood in the midst, and said to them, ‘Peace be with you…’”

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Seekers And Finders - Easter Week Pt 8

John 20:11-18 can be described as “Mary Magdalene meets the Risen Lord.” There is something astonishing there. The resurrection narrative, this event that changes everything in time and eternity, in these verses just focuses on one person.

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He Is Risen. Hallelujah! - Easter Week Pt 7

John 20:1-10 begins the Easter narrative. Jesus is risen! Scripture Union restricts us to those ten verses today, which is frustrating! But Word For Today has a powerful insight that brings the passage alive.

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He Took His Time, But He Made It! - Easter Week Pt 6

John 19:31-42 describes the events leading to the burial of Jesus after His death on the cross. It is a passage so rich in content that it is hard to know where to start.

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The Divine Exchange - Easter Week Pt 5

John 19:16-30 contains John’s account of the actual crucifixion of Jesus. It is surprisingly economical. John’s invitation is to avoid reading quickly through the verses, but rather to stand before the cross of Jesus and stay there and meditate on his words.

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Working from a Place of Rest

November 12, 2021
FieldPartner was proud to host this event with Tony Horsfall. 'Working From a Place of Rest' asked the important question: How can we joyfully sustain ministry over the long haul of life? The biggest mistake we can make in ministry is to try and work for God rather than work with God. Jesus himself shows us by his example […]
Read More

7 Ways to Drop Your Call

September 3, 2021
Ross examines the vital question of 'what do we do once we have a calling?' The enemy will be determined for us to miss, forget, ignore or avoid our God-given calling and in this illuminating sermon, Ross shares 7 challenges we may encounter in pursuing a calling.
Read More

Your Choice – The Comparison Game Or A Unique Destiny - Easter Week Pt 12

April 9, 2021
John 21:20-25 brings us to the end of these studies in John’s Gospel. These few verses are a hugely powerful evidence of the truth and authenticity of the Bible. You would think that John would end with some amazing revelations from Jesus. But he does not.
Read More

Do You Agree? - Easter Week Pt 11

April 8, 2021
John 21:15-19 is arguably the most important passage for those who call themselves Christians in the entire New Testament. Read the Bible passage for yourself with that in mind. Five verses that could change your life! Read and see if you agree with me! If you read to the end, I have added a very personal statement!
Read More

Jesus Is Taking Over! - Easter Week Pt 10

April 6, 2021
John 21:1-14 tells how the disciples returned to Galilee and then went on an overnight fishing trip. How come? It seems so routine, so ordinary. Jesus has risen from the dead, they have met Him twice, surely everything should be different?
Read More

Peace, Real Peace - Easter Week Pt 9

April 6, 2021
John 20:19-31 is a familiar passage. It is also a highly concentrated one whose rich content comes as we dig into it and open it up. Firstly, “Jesus came and stood in the midst, and said to them, ‘Peace be with you…’”
Read More

Seekers And Finders - Easter Week Pt 8

April 5, 2021
John 20:11-18 can be described as “Mary Magdalene meets the Risen Lord.” There is something astonishing there. The resurrection narrative, this event that changes everything in time and eternity, in these verses just focuses on one person.
Read More

He Is Risen. Hallelujah! - Easter Week Pt 7

April 3, 2021
John 20:1-10 begins the Easter narrative. Jesus is risen! Scripture Union restricts us to those ten verses today, which is frustrating! But Word For Today has a powerful insight that brings the passage alive.
Read More

He Took His Time, But He Made It! - Easter Week Pt 6

April 3, 2021
John 19:31-42 describes the events leading to the burial of Jesus after His death on the cross. It is a passage so rich in content that it is hard to know where to start.
Read More

The Divine Exchange - Easter Week Pt 5

April 2, 2021
John 19:16-30 contains John’s account of the actual crucifixion of Jesus. It is surprisingly economical. John’s invitation is to avoid reading quickly through the verses, but rather to stand before the cross of Jesus and stay there and meditate on his words.
Read More
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