With Ronia Nyakunika
Live From Hope City Birmingham
With Ronia Nyakunika
Live From Hope City Birmingham
Welcome To The Six
Live from Birmingham With Simon Taylor
Live From Hope City Birmingham With Tebo Mpanza
You Know What To Do
With Tebo Mpanza live from Hope City Birmingham
With Ronia Nyakunika live from Hope City Birmingham
Episode 5 of the So.ciety Table Talks podcast series.
Joined by a live audience, Pastor Jo Willis, Pastor Tebo Mpanza and special guests, Pastor Joe Dunys (Hope City Sheffield, Creative Director) and Danny Woolf (Lifehouse Chesterfield, YA Pastor) chat about risk taking & how to lead your own life.
Revenge is the desire to repay a wrong. It may seem like a normal human response, but the Bible says otherwise. Revenge has multiple faces, many of which we aren’t necessarily aware of. Tune in as Pastor Tebo explains the best way we can get revenge.
Episode 3 of the Table Talk podcast series.
Join Pastor Colin & Beth Blois, Pastor Tebo Mpanza and Pastor Jo Willis as they chat about reaching people through small acts of kindness.
The simple act of buying a stranger their coffee can bring them just a step closer to God.
If you see a sign saying ‘don’t walk on the grass’, we are all struck by a great temptation to walk on the grass! When God prompts you to do something, there’s always something in you that wants to say ‘no’. It’s that ‘no’ that needs breaking. Resistance comes in all forms from a subtle pulling back to public meltdown. This message by Tebo Mpanza, Hope City Birmingham Pastor, will help you speed into your God given future by taking your foot off the brake pedal. And we all have one.
We need to renounce the things and people that tell us that we are not who God has called us to be. Pastor Tebo encourages us to renounce these things in our lives that act as a resistance to the will of God in our lives.
Episode 2 of the Table Talk podcast series.
Join Pastor Colin & Beth Blois, Pastor Tebo Mpanza and Pastor Jo Willis as they chat about reaching people through entrepreneurialism, business and creativity.
Episode one of the This New Republic Table Talks.
Listen in to Pastor Colin and Beth Blois, Pastor Jo Willis and Pastor Tebo Mpanza as they have a conversation about life, the church, and all things students and young adults.
Before God puts something on your heart, He’s already been in the background working on your behalf. We’ve been given the keys to take this city for Jesus. What are we waiting for?
The world seems to honour personal feelings, like love, above almost everything else. But love isn’t an emotion, it’s an action, and that’s what makes it difficult. Join us as Pastor Tebo teaches how love changes the game.
Tune in to Pastor Tebo’s latest series and learn how to build the relationships in your life; your future rides on your relationship with both God and with others.
Jesus’ followers must have lost all hope when they saw his death on the cross, but what seemed like the lowest point in their lives became the greatest comeback ever.
Perhaps you feel like it’s the end of a chapter, and that everything you placed your hope in is dead. Be encouraged by Pastor Tebo’s message this Resurrection Sunday that just as Jesus’ story didn’t end with the grave , neither will yours.
Like Gideon, we often find that our norm is a place of restriction and confinement. God is calling us out into open space, into a new normal.
Tune in as Pastor Tebo Mpanza begins a new series on Consistent Brilliance. Your world needs you to take your place – to answer the call of God on your life.
We fill our lives with the things around us so much that we miss out on the most precious thing of all – time with Jesus. We’ve tucked Jesus away, and yet we wonder why our days are filled with chaos and anxiety. Put Jesus first, and everything else will fall into place.
Who am I? We often don’t have good things to say about ourselves, but what does God say about us? Pastor Tebo encourages us to realize that there is something special about you and me. We have been hand-crafted by God Himself; we are made in His image and likeness.
In the midst of the storm it can be easy to forget that we are still within the plans of God. We can sometimes ask the question, “Jesus, are you really who you say you are?”. Pastor Tebo reminds us that we can find the answers we need in Jesus.
Ruth chose to stay with her mother-in-law, Naomi, even though this made Ruth’s future uncertain with no guarantee of security. Remain faithful. Keep on keeping on. God wants to do something where you are right now.
God wants to send us into unlikely places and unfamiliar spaces in this season. Being obedient to God will open doors that we would never have anticipated or expected. What are you waiting for? Marry your faith with your faithfulness to God.
God wants to grow our foundations in this season and he wants everything that we are. Don’t hesitate in taking up the call of God on your life – don’t put it off!
What stands in the gap between hearing and doing in your life? In part 4 of the Sand and Stones series, Pastor Tebo challenges us to bring grace into that gap.
Tune in as we start a new series that will give you the proper foundations for God to build your life. In this first message, Pastor Tebo encourages us to be hearers and do-ers of the Word of God.
Divided we fall but united we stand. In part 3 of the series Pastor Tebo Mpanza unpacks how the church can be dangerous in building passionate followers of Jesus Christ and furthering the kingdom of God in our world.
Being a follower of Jesus is anything but safe, because we serve a dangerous God. Pastor Tebo empowers us to step out and take some risks – live dangerously!
It can be hard to see Jesus in our dysfunction, in our inadequacy, in the chaos and confusion of the world. Pastor Tebo shows us how we can begin to see Jesus in everything.
God is at close quarters with us. Pastor Tebo Mpanza encourages us that God is closer than we know in our struggle to find confidence.
There is more joy in heaven over one sinner who repents, than ninety-nine righteous who need no repentance. God will always leave the ninety-nine in order to come for the one lost sheep.
Greatness in the Kingdom of God is found in the essence of youth. Pastor Tebo Mpanza brings an encouraging word to be like the least, if we want to be great in the Kingdom of God.
We cannot allow anything to compete with Jesus for our loyalty. Pastor Tebo Mpanza encourages us to put Jesus first – to become followers of Jesus, and not just volunteers.
Joseph’s dream wasn’t a regular dream, it was a God dream. Pastor Tebo encourages us to dream again, and to dream big. The God dream will challenge you and will daunt you, but it’s a glimpse of your inheritance.
We’re so good at clothing ourselves with the latest fashions, but do we clothe ourselves for the reality of daily spiritual battle? Pastor Tebo encourages us to put on our Church Clothes – put on the Armour of God.