Sometimes you’ve got to go back in order to go forwards. Yet we are all a little scared of going back for fear of going backwards. No one wants to do that. Going back, however, is not the same as going backwards. It’s preparing you for going forwards. God told Elijah to go back the way he came. He wanted him to get back to his cutting edge. He wanted him to retrace his steps and go back to the place he ran from from through intense fear and doubt. Press play to receive a fresh boost of faith in your life with this message from Pastor Dave Gilpin.
This will be your best year. It will be significant, not just because your circumstances have changed,⠀
but because you have changed. Because what lies beneath your life is a solid foundation. Press play and find out what that foundation in this significant message from Pastor Rachael Taylor.
“Look out from where you are”. These are the words that God says to Abram as he’s navigating all that God has called him to. In one moment – right where he was, right in the middle – He gives Abram a heavenly vantage point. God wants to do the same in your life, because seeing what God sees can change everything. Press play to find out more in this message from Pastor Kat Harding.
As a body of believers, let’s live life: Undaunted and Fearless, Unswerving and Unstoppable, Disciplined and Determined. That is how we’ll storm this city with the Gospel and see His salvation come. Click play to hear this empowering message from Pastor Simon Taylor.
God is invested in you. He’s chosen you. He’s called you. He’s set you apart. He’s building you up for great purpose. Press play to find out how in this message from Pastor Kat Harding.
No matter what age we are or stage of life we are in, there is a call of God on upon us. A call to leave the grandstands and take our place on the playing field. A call to go again. Press play to hear this inspiring message from Pastor Rachael Taylor.
Life isn’t always plain sailing, but with God we can discover how to encounter true peace whilst navigating life’s storms. Press play find out more in this message from John Hinton.
“One touch from heaven can change everything.” Press play to listen to this powerful message from Pastor Simon Taylor. It’s guaranteed to propel you forward into everything that God has for you.
On First Fruits Sunday, we concluded our September series by unpacking the theme of thankfulness and hearing an incredible testimony. Click play to hear how you can be built up For Every Good Work that God has called you to!
Some fears are rational and appropriate; others are irrational and inappropriate. How do we deal with them? Pastor Simon shares his stories on some of the fears God has helped him overcome. Click play to find out how you can face your fears with boldness!
God is saying ‘get ready’ for He is about to pour rain upon your life. It’s time to pull up the anchor, put up the umbrella and walk into what God has prepared for you. Click play to hear this powerful message by Pastor Rachael Taylor!
Join us this week as we tune in to Hope City Sheffield and hear from Pastor Dave as he encourages us to seek out mountains and challenges to conquer – these areas are full of the potential to exercise and grow you in the gifts that God has placed in you. Press play to find out more.
WHO ARE YOU? It’s a good question. A better one is this: WHO DOES GOD SAY YOU ARE? When we LET GOD change the way we think, we are transformed into the new person he sees. Press play to find out more in this message from Pastor Ian Harding.
“I have come that they may have life and have it to the full” – Jesus (John 10:10). With Jesus, there is always more. He’s just waiting for us to say “count me in”. Press play to find out more in this message from Kat Harding.
If you could ask Jesus to pray anything for you, what would it be? On the night before he died, Jesus prayed three things for you. Press play to discover what they are and why they are so significant.
The person who is in your corner is the person who will lead you towards what the rest of your life will look like. When we put Jesus in our corner we can do everything that God has called us to do. Press play to find out how in this message from Pastor Ian Harding.
Tune in to this week’s message as we go (almost) live with Senior Pastor Dave Gilpin as he lays out 7 sure-fire steps to make yourself future proof.
“According to your faith, let it be done”. Jesus is poised with all of heaven’s resource, life, transformation and strength ready to collaborate with us, according to our faith. Press play to find out how in this message from Pastor Kat Harding.
Seventy times seven: it’s more than a sum. With mention of this figure, Jesus wasn’t setting a rule. He was revealing an attitude. Click play to discover how to activate this life-giving attitude in your life with this message from Pastor Simon Taylor.
There’s no doubt we love the victory moments in life. But what do we do when things don’t quite go to plan? Click play to discover how God can impart strength in our weakness, faith in our fear and peace in our anxiety so that we can take ground in our lives – no mater what the circumstance.
God is rising up a people who don’t just know that they have access to all he has promised, but know how to take hold of it.
Press play to hear this message from Pastor Kat Harding. We believe that it’s going to unlock some things in your life.
God is in the business of framing your future. He’s with you in the present, but he always sees things through the frame of what WILL be.
Press play to hear this message from Pastor Kat Harding to discover how we can make a way for our future, right NOW.
When God chose Nehemiah to rebuild the walls of Jerusalem, he wasn’t the most likely candidate. He didn’t have the skill set or the experience…he wasn’t even living in the right country. But God chose, called and equipped him to lead change in his world. Press play to hear how you, like Nehemiah, can develop trust that unlocks destiny in this message from John Hinton.
The more you advance in the kingdom the more you attract drama and opposition. Will you escalate the drama into melodrama? Or will you come to a new standpoint of faith on the other side of your wilderness?
Nothing is too hard for God. We are not called to settle in our situations, but to live a supernatural life. God can do a ‘suddenly’, where He will make a way and open doors that no person or thing can shut. Let’s exchange doubt and hopelessness for faith and expectation, because when God moves we will see great fruit in our lives. Click play to hear how you can take hold of God’s best for you.
In life we can sometimes face situations that make us feel that we don’t have what it takes. But what if your lack was on a collision course with heaven’s fullness? A divine set up so that what you believed was impossible can become possible? Press play to hear this message on how to take hold of the heavenly advantage in your life from Pastor Ian Harding.
We all want to be a better version of ourselves. A better friend. Better at keeping in touch. Better at managing our money. Better at making time for the relationships that matter. Better at working out regularly. Better at being healthy. Better at achieving our goals.
God has not just called us to live a a big life. He wants to show us, and empower us in, the keys to sustaining that life. Press play to find our how in in this message from Pastor Ian Harding.
In Part Two of our Christmas mini-series, Pastor Ian unpacks the power of a simple “yes”. What lay on the other side of Mary’s “yes” to God’s plan was significant – the salvation plan for humanity. God wants to use your “yes” to unlock miracles in your life. Press play to find out how.
“The tongue has the power of life and death” – Proverbs 18:21. The words you speak have so much power! You’ve been given the ability to set the atmosphere around your life to see all that God has promised come alive. Press play to hear how you can unlock this power in your world in this message from Pastor Kat Harding.
Sometimes, in this race of life, as we’re running from meeting to meeting, task to task, responsibility to responsibility, it can sometimes feel like we’re not taking ground. But God’s heart and plan is that we would run to WIN. To take ground, to break through, to see our our dreams come alive. Press play to discover how you can run to win in this message from Pastor Ian Harding.
Contentment – a state of peaceful happiness. It’s something we all want, but sometimes we look for it in the wrong places and end up feeling dissatisfied in life. In this message, Pastor Simon talks to us about the common killers of contentment, and shows us the example of Paul, who claimed to be “content in every circumstance.” Press play to find out how you can be content whatever the weather!
Have you ever felt like life has passed you by? That time and chance have happened to everyone around you, but your still waiting on your opportunity. But in this message, Pastor Rachael wants you to know – IT’S YOUR TURN! Press play to find out how to maximise every opportunity that comes your way.
God has a wide open space for every single one of us to occupy. But sometimes in life it can feel like other things try to park up in that space. Press play to find out how we can claim the promise that God has for us and occupy that wide open space.
We are the light of the world. We’re not here to be hidden or to be dimmed…but to shine bright. Find out how we can do just that in this message from Pastor Rachael.
God’s heart and ability is to fulfill every promise he has made. Press play to find out how to step into this year to prosper God’s way.
Sometimes when life is full, when the pressure is on, we can feel like we can’t do all God has called us into. But we were never meant to work out of our own strength but resting on his promise. Press play to find out how you, in the strength of Christ, can do this.
Life is busy. And when life is busy it’s easy to find ourselves in the spectator stands rather than on the pitch. But God has called us to live life first hand. Press play to find out more about the first hand life he has for you!
God is AWESOME. We are FLAWED. This tension defines our Christian experience as we learn to work within it. When we are weak, he is strong. Ultimately, it’s the battles we face that brings out the strength of Christ in our lives. Listen now to find out how to embrace the FLAWESOMENESS of life.
God’s awesome. We’re flawed. Together, we’re FLAWSOME! None of us are perfect – we’ll never be this side of heaven. But rather than brushing our FLAWS under the carpet, God wants to alloy them with his AWESOME. Press play to find out how to journey with God’s AWESOME plan of the local church when it’s filled with FLAWED people.
God isn’t looking for you to be perfect so that he can love you. He’s not asking you to complete a tick list or fulfil a catalogue of requirements for you to enter His Kingdom. The central message of the gospel is that Christ comes to where we are. He’s just looking for you, to wear His grace and accept His gift of life. Discover what this means for your life by pressing play now.
God has a unique plan and purpose for each one of our lives. But sometimes we need to let go of some baggage before we can step into it. Listen now to find out the things we need to leave at Border Control in order to access all God has for us.
Sometimes our walk with God can lead to a border. Just like Moses leading the Israelites to the edge of the Red Sea! God’s heart is that we’d break through those borders into the fullness of all he has for us. In this message discover some keys to stepping out beyond the borders.
Jesus is not in the business of allowing us to face challenges which he knows will break us. Jesus is not about having those things which come against us defeat us. Maybe it’s time to start seeing your challenges not as a weight to crush you, but an implement to lift you up as you stand above it. The enemy is under your feet, it’s time to step onto a new footstool.
We’re all pilgrims, but that doesn’t mean we are wandering aimlessly. Rather we walk with intent, from origin to destination. In the next part of this series Pastor Simon takes a look at the life of Abram on his journey to becoming Abraham to encourage us on our own journey of faith.
Everything begins somewhere. We’re all on a journey – not wandering aimlessly – but from origin to destination. Understanding other people’s origins helps us to see our own future success as achievable. In this message Ps Simon looks at the “backstory” of Abram to inspire us to continue on our own journey of faith.
“When the Lord restored the fortunes of Zion, we were like those who dreamed” Psalm 126. God has incredible dreams for your life…DANGEROUS dreams! It’s the God-dream that inspires us for the future and encourages us in the now. We stand on the firm hope of what he’s already done and on the threshold of all he wants to do. Let’s keep dreaming.
Dangerous Liaisons: our greatest danger is that we stop living dangerously. There’s so many things in our lives that can make us want to stay hidden, to stay in the shadows. But that’s not how God intended us to live. In this message Ps Rachael encourages us to Exit the Shadows into the fullness of all God has for our lives.
God may not always give us the answer we want, but he’ll always give us the strengthening we need. If Jesus hadn’t gone THROUGH Gethsemane, he wouldn’t have won at Calvary. God sometimes brings us THROUGH the tough stuff in the now, for a victory in the future. The second part of this series will encourage and inspire you to keep going on Leg Day for what’s on the other side.
Just because something is tough doesn’t mean it’s wrong. In order to keep in proper shape, we can’t skip leg day. God is making something in each of us – a unique destiny – and it’s the tough stuff that brings it out of us. In this message Pastor Simon unpacks the process God uses to propel us into all he has for us.
We don’t have to live this life alone. God is with us – and has the BEST in store for us. In this message, our Student Pastor, Steph Young, takes us for a stroll down the streets that God has for us, as we choose to pursue Him with all we’ve got.