Christ has placed His name on His church and we rejoice in this fact. It means that we are blessed, we have His protection and oversight. It means that we have His covering and the blessed assurance that our eternal
Our spiritual objective for 2021 is the title of this week’s Sermon. ‘Let the church be the church.’
Throughout the year 2020, our spiritual focus has been on the topic of Faith. Pastor David brings the year to a close, reiterating and emphasising the most vital component of the Christian believer’s faith.
Join us for the final day of PCF’s Annual Convention. I hope you’ve managed to watch the first 2 days. Here is today’s session, available from 10.30am (Sunday 1st November). Day 1 – Speaker Andrew Brandon Pastoral Support or general
We are living in unprecedented times and this year, 2020, will be remembered for the terrible virus that has wreaked havoc all over the world. Although Christianity is not affected, the way we fellowship and worship together in our churches
Today’s sermon is about encouraging believers to understand and appreciate the importance of behaving in a manner that honours the Lord. We must not conform to this world, instead, we must stand out in it.
In this weeks sermon, Pastor David takes us to the heart of the parable of the unmerciful servant. The principle being highlighted is clear and is one we should all follow, as we grow in Christ. Treat people in a
Pastor David revisits a concept from his most recent series of sermons. Recollecting the fact, that God’s will happened on this earth by ‘flowing’ through His obedient Son.
God has placed us in a glorious and honourable position. We have been placed – by the Holy Spirit – into the body of Christ.
God has created us with such diversity and richness, we are special, gifted and unique. However, our differences should not become the reason or cause of division within the body of Christ.