What do escape rooms and “Let’s Make A Deal” have in common with Romans 10.5-15? In this worship celebration, which includes the Lord’s Supper, we learn about it! There is a lovely prelude that goes until 7:14. The message begins at 12:54, but is also available as a stand-alone video below the first one. Thanks for tuning in!
In Daniel 9, we see that Daniel has been reading Scripture – the prophet Jeremiah – and this has led him to pray, confessing his sins and the sins of his people. His heartfelt desire is that God will “smile again on his desolate sanctuary”. Could the church in the west today be in an exilic period? What can we learn from Daniel’s prayer? Listen to find out:
Do you ever find your mind wandering while you pray – or while someone else leads you in prayer? One of the things that can help us pray well is structure. One helpful structure uses the acronym ACTS – adoration, confession, thanksgiving and supplication. Today’s message is about that structure, that formula, which can help us become better people of prayer. It’s based on Psalm 145, Psalm 51, Psalm 136 and Psalm 55. You can listen to the message by clicking here.