Continuing on our series of Joy In The Journey, The message delves deeper into the topic of "Joy for Life" and how to live your life without anxiety and fear.
Continuing our Joy In The Journey Series, JR Certeza delves deeper into "What is the Key to Joy?" and what it is like to be Eternally Minded. We hope this message blesses and encourages you.
Part two being all about Joy Beyond Ourselves and delves deeper into our new series Joy In The Journey.
Most people live in the Pursuit of Happiness. Living by the motto: “Well, as long as you're happy that’s all that counts." We need to realise that , happiness is external, but joy is internal.
Rosie brings us an encouraging message as we start our new series "Joy In The Journey".
This week we had the pleasure of having Pastor Seán Mullarkey who is the senior pastor of St marks church in Dublin and also the Christian Churches Ireland National director!
Seán spoke an encouraging word on knowing what season you are in and what to do in that season!
Everybody wonders what happens after this life and we often question if there is more to this life here on earth. PJ Booth helps us delve deeper into this topic.
Your identity is so important as it defines who you are and how you live your life! For us to not be swayed by the opinions of others we must know who we are - who God says we are!
Have you ever wondered " Why does God allow suffering?" . "Sometimes forgiving can be extremely hard. As C.S. Lewis wrote: ‘Everyone thinks forgiveness is a lovely idea until they have someone to forgive.’"
This week we had the pleasure of having Pastor Andrew McCourt from Bayside Church based in California preaching at both our services at our Dublin location!
Pastor Andrew brought a powerful message on the story of Joseph and a reminder of who we are called to be!
In this series "What Christians Believe & Why", we explore and unpack 6 key doctrines of the Christian faith. Part six: “The church lies at the very centre of the eternal purpose of God, the church is not an accident of history; on the contrary, the church is God’s new community” -John Stott