Jesus often said “be not afraid” and for good reason! Fear ruins more lives than you might imagine. Each of us has the potential to achieve great things,.. but the nagging voice of fear in our heads can stop us from fulfilling our best. 1. You don’t grow if you don’t stretch What I mean by this, is that if you stay within your comfort zone, you don’t increase. But if you instead stretch and face your fear with courage and go to your limits, then your limits will expand and you will be able to do more in the future. 2. You don’t know until you try When good opportunities come along, seize them! Many a dream has stayed just that, because we allow the voice of fear and past disappointments to


We all know that an apple tree will only produce apples. It would be a confusing world if trees started producing different fruits or even suddenly became poisonous. The Bible teaches us that GOD is LOVE. He doesn't follow some law that makes him love and he doesn't try to always Love because he thinks it is the best way. No! God Loves, because that is who he is. It is in his nature and essence. He cant help himself! This should always be our measure when trying to understand Christian teaching, events in the world and things in our personal experience. Without this understanding, confusion often creeps into our lives. The danger is that we begin to blame God for things that he is not respon

Pierced with an awl

But suppose the slave should say, ‘I love my master and my wife and children—I don’t want my freedom,’ then his master is to bring him before God and to a door or doorpost and pierce his ear with an awl, a sign that he is a slave for life. Exodus 21:6 (msg) There is so much spoken and thought of, about slavery in the world. It is something that has always been, and continues to this day, though called by a different name. I believe we are all slaves to something. We may rarely admit it to ourselves and to others but we all carry addictions to substances or even feelings. These addictions determine the way we live our lives on a daily basis, forming the very thinking that directs our decision


The term Oikos is contemporarily used to describe social groups.[38] Several dozen to several hundred people may be known, but the quality time spent with others is extremely limited: only those to whom quality (face-to-face) time is devoted can be said to be a part of an Oikos. Each individual has a primary group that includes relatives and friends who relate to the individual through work, recreation, hobbies, or by being neighbours. The modern Oikos, however, includes people that share some sort of social interaction, be it through conversation or simple relation, for at least a total of one hour per week. (Wikipedia) At the Hub Church we have been talking about reaching people with the g

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