Living a life of thankfulness

As Phil and Heather Graham leave St Andrews after over 30 years in the church Heather looks back on lessons learned from their time here, the many things that we have to be thankful for, and encourages us to continue to journey as individuals and as a church on the

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Breakfast with Jesus

Easter is over and Jesus is back! But while before the crucifixion he was always with the disciples, now Jesus pops in and out, preparing them for life without him. What can we learn from this, one of Jesus’ last times together with the disciples who he loved and invested

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Back to Life

We all approach the Easter story in different ways. In this talk we look at three characters who met the risen Lord Jesus Christ. Maybe you relate to one of these. Are you like Mary who struggled to move beyond her own pain, anxiety and the inner demons. Thomas who

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Ambassadors of Christ

We are all called to be Ambassadors of Christ, that means that all of us have a part to play in sharing the good news of the gospel with others. In this talk Heather looks at Evangelism, the misconceptions we have, and the things that hold us back, she encourages

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Putting Down Deep Roots

We want to live lives that we are proud of but how do we put down deep roots spiritually? As followers of Jesus we are called to live differently, put down deep roots so that we can live fruitful lives for God’s kingdom.

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The River of Life

Throughout history the spirit has been poured out through times of revival and renewal. The river of God is unpredictable, deep and wild. When the church and individuals are in this flow, then we see lives changes, people healed, communities transformed and nations changed. Sadly, over time churches can move

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Stepping Up

Because of God’s mercy Christians are the most grateful people on earth. As we offer ourselves back to God we discover from Romans 12 how to move into the things he’s calling us to, and how to grow in the gifts we have.

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