The Church is God’s design. It is His number one idea! So when Jesus left the earth, what was the intention behind what He left behind?
Explore what was left behind, and the part we play, this week as Ps Lois Willis delves into how we can become more like the early church – the church He sees – and what this means for how we outwork the gospel in our relationships with each other and throughout our world.
As a church, we are on a quest to ask God, “what does the church that you want to build look like?”
In this week’s message, Ps Lois Willis explores the idea that perhaps, up until now, we’ve been stuck in man-made living. But now God has led us, like Jacob, to an altar where we can lay down our old ways and move our lives and the church toward God-made living.
“This delay that you may be in is not designed to isolate you but connect you”. Join us live at Hope City Leeds as guest speaker Lois Willis shares with us a powerful message of hope in the delay. God takes us on a journey and the wait is always worth it with him.
What To Do When God Seems to Dawdle
From the events surrounding the ‘late’ arrival of Jesus after the death of Lazarus, Lois Willis, from the teaching team of Hope City, analyses why Jesus would ever want to delay a miracle. Not only were people he loved upset by his seeming lack of care, He himself wept at both the loss of His friend and the tension caused by His delay.
This message will shed light on your delays and help you turn your disappointment into expectation.
Nothing is everything. Nothing is the precursor to your everything in God. Pastor Lois declares that we are about to see the everything of God unfold from the nothing that we have.
God specialises in turning your nothing into something – something spectacular. As you realise that nothing is never nothing with God, embrace the power of surrendering your something to God, you’ll then discover EVERYTHING that God has for your life.
This message uncovers the way in which God can turn your nothing, no where, no way areas into abundant places. It will transform the way you see what’s in your hand.