In this message (recorded at our family camp) Brad teaches us about the language, the values and the fruit of healthy community in Christ. If our culture is a non-performance culture we will see the fullness of true family grow in our midst as we rest in the Fathers love. Each believer is called to take responsibility for belonging and walking into mature discipleship. God is on the move to clean up the spirit of offence in our nation so we can move as one for the common good. This message was phenomenal!!
We need to encounter God in the unexpected, and expect to meet with Him each and every day. In doing so we cultivate a deep relationship with Him where we can continually expect the unexpected.
God is the God of encounter. In this message Phil Mason explores the theme of encountering God in the context of family. Encounter is for the heart and the heart is for encounter. God is always calling us into a deeper place of encountering Him and His incredible love.
As the family of God we are called to be gatekeepers, to bind and loose and open and close and the gates of hell will not prevail.
In this message Phil unpacks the concept of the "common good" and identifies specific areas where "the whole becomes greater than the sum of its parts." As we labour in synergy with one another and with God we achieve an infinitely greater outcome than each of us merely pursuing the personal good. Let's all fight for the common good!
Honouring mothers and fathers and people in authority over us is the family model presented to us in Scripture. When honour goes up, glory comes down. In the Kingdom, family culture shows us a better way than a performance culture and consumerism culture.
In this week's podcast, our guest speaker, Aimee Talbot from Paradox Church in Western Australia explores the necessary foundations of effective prophetic intercession; humility and unity amongst God's people. This is a challenging but powerful message.
It is important that we know God in every season so when trials come we can draw from the depth of our connection in Him.
Halfway through this message there was a visual demonstration in which Justin filled a small wine glass all the way to overflow. He then tipped the wine from that glass into a larger glass to demonstrate the way God increases our capacity. This larger glass needs more filling to overflow.
In this week’s message Phil Mason continues the theme of abundance as an expression of God’s infinite kindness and goodness. The renewed mind thinks from heaven to earth. Paul said that God will supply all our needs according to His riches in glory. The economy of the world is built upon scarcity, whereas the economy of heaven is built upon infinite supply. As our minds are renewed we will always think according to God’s infinite supply. Enjoy this message as you meditate upon God’s infinite goodness.
It's the Fathers delight to give us the kingdom and his promise over us is abundance in every season!
The Lord has set a table for us in the presence of the enemy. As we look to heaven, we gain access to supernatural abundant provision even in the midst of battles and trials we may be walking through.