Pete opens a new series in Joshua looking at how Joshua courageously obeyed God. He asks us the question: what's your next step of obedience to God?
Steve looks at Joshua chapter 2 and how God caught up Rahab in his big redemptive purposes.
'Staying in step with the presence of God'
Pete continues teaching through Joshua looking at Joshua chapter 3 and how the people crossed the Jordan river. He reminds us of the centrality of God's presence in moving forward both individually and together.
Stop to remember
Mark continues our series from Joshua chapter 5 looking at how the people were to stop and remember all that God had done for them.
Facing battles God's way
Steve looks at the famous account of Joshua and the battle of Jericho. He suggests a formula of how our worship and obedience lead to victory in the face of battle.
One Man's Sin
Tim unpacks Joshua chapters 7 and 8. Explaining the serious consequences of Achan's sin on the people. He challenges us to be a people that aren't hiding sin in our lives.
Going After God's Promises
Pete looks at how we are to respond to the promises of God. He scans through chapters 9 - 12 looking at 4 'r's' of how we are to 'go after' God's Promises.
Courage that Perseveres
Steve continues our series in the book of Joshua and he turns his gaze to Caleb. He looks at how Caleb was a man of faithful perseverance in God and what we can learn from his example.
Justice, Refuge and Jesus
Pete continues our series looking at how God instructed the Israelites to build 'Cities of Refuge'. He unpacks how these cities of refuge point us forward towards Jesus.
A teaching series in Joshua
In the penultimate message of our series in Joshua Don looks at Joshua 22 and unpacks how the Lord secures our inheritance as we remain faithful to Him.
Life, Love and Legacy
Pete wraps up our Joshua series looking at how we are called to commit everything to God and challenging us to reflect on what God has spoken to us throughout this series.
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