Steve Robinson

Role: Minister
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Sun, Jun 21, 2020
21st June AM; Psalm 24; Psalm 121; Jeremiah 29
Sun, Jun 14, 2020
14-Jun AM; Psalm 83, 1 Cor 1
Sun, May 31, 2020
Passage: Joel 2 & Acts 2
31 May AM; Joel 2, Acts 2
Sun, May 24, 2020
24 May; Psalm 20
Sun, May 17, 2020
Passage: Psalms 1
17 May AM; Psalm 1
Sun, May 03, 2020
3 May 2020 AM; Psalm 23
Sun, Apr 19, 2020
Apr 19, 2020; Psalm 33:13-22
Sun, Apr 12, 2020
12 Apr AM; Luke 24v1-12
Sun, Apr 05, 2020
05-Apr AM; Psaml 91; Luke 19: 28 – 41
Sun, Mar 15, 2020
Passage: 1 Samuel 3
Series: Trusting God
15-Mar PM; 1 Samuel 3
Sun, Mar 15, 2020
15-Mar AM; Habakkuk 3; Psalm 121
Sun, Mar 08, 2020

Integrity is often seen as one of the key traits of a successful leader. When someone has it they are trusted and valued because what they say and do are always consistent with the values they claim to embrace.

Integrity has to be demonstrated just as trust has to be earned. Leaders in the public eye are also in the spotlight: they have the power and opportunity to affect the lives of others. All too often, though, those we expect to lead us have been proven to have only their own interests at heart.

Integrity can't be bought nor is it possible for it to handed down from Father to son. We might expect the sons of the Father to be competent and all caring but their real concern is to make their lives easier for themselves and enjoyable at others' expense.

How different it is when we encounter the real deal. Samuel's conception and birth was soaked in prayer: he learns by being in the place where God is worshipped. In time, he will become the power broker as a nation regains its strength and the worshipping community regains its connection to God.

Sun, Mar 08, 2020

After we've heard from Andy Johnson about CAP (Christians Against Poverty), we'll be considering how we can help to support those in need.

Whatever we have, however pushed we are for time there are always opportunities for us to get involved where God is already at work. We have a lot to give, the greatest of this being to tell people about Jesus and to show (practically) that this matters.

Sun, Mar 01, 2020

If you had the opportunity what one thing would you want from God?

It's a big ask (in some ways) but it's also likely to have a big impact: instead of wishing things would change, I’m asking God for His strength to make a change.

We can be confident that whatever happens, we are safe and secure when we trust God.

Sun, Feb 23, 2020
23-Feb PM; Exodus 14:13, Eph 6:10-16
Sun, Feb 23, 2020
23-Feb AM; Exodus 3:1 - 15
Sun, Feb 16, 2020
16-Feb PM; 1 Samuel 2: 1 – 11
Sun, Feb 02, 2020
02-Feb AM; 1 Thess. 4: 1 – 12
Sun, Jan 26, 2020

There's always someone who is richer, stronger, more successful than you are. (OK sometimes you have to look a long way but you know what I mean).

We can come to terms with that kind of comparison but it can be a lot harder if/when we think we are entitled to more than we actually get. It's tougher still when we get all the rough stuff despite trying our best to get it right … and then the bad guys get all the good breaks.

The fact that the wicked prosper did not escape the attention of David or the other authors of the Psalms. For them, it was matter of being content with what God had given them rather than focusing on what they hadn't got.

Sun, Jan 26, 2020

It's said that an Army marches on its stomach: the soldiers have to be fed in order to keep going. At the same time, they also have to train continually to reach (and then remain), at peak effectiveness.

The analogy of an army on the march is a good picture of the Christian church. To be really effective, the common elements of being fed, trained and application to the task must be observed. It is a step by step process to live by the Spirit.