Recent talks 

David looks into Isaiah 61 to find a dazzling invitation is made to those in pain and poverty - and inspiration as we seek to obey God in STEPS 2017.
David and Alison introduce STEPS 2017 with our story so far and our vision for the future.
David explores how to "put love into action" means casting our vote but also honouring those who disagree with us.
Why is it that at the point of Jesus dying on the cross the curtain of the temple is torn in two? Ben Newman looks at the magnitude of Matthew 27:50-51 and how this impacts our lives.
David Flowers introduces Vision Sunday - we celebrated 2016 and then we looked forward with expectancy to 2017.
Rev Tim Boocock, Minister of Headingley Methodist, speaking from 1 Corinthians 1:1-9
God loves it when we get involved in his plans. What is God calling you to in 2017?
Matt Button looks to the gospels of Luke and Mark to find ways we can help people - without hurting them, or ourselves.
Tim Steere introduces Isaiah 1:10-16 prompting us to consider defending the cause of the fatherless. Included in this recording are interviews highlighting how this is currently being played out within Leeds Vineyard.
Anne Button delves into Luke 14:4-21 as we learn how Jesus' message is good news for the poor, plus introduces ‘Reverse Advent’ – a way of blessing those around us this Christmas.
Reading Mark 14:32:42, we reflect on who is in our lives by looking at who was in Jesus' life and how He models the importance of five distinct layers of relationships.
Wes Johnston, Senior Pastor of Emmanuel Baptist Church (in Horsforth in Leeds) draws us back to considering the real Jesus as he teaches on Mark 1:1-8.
Steve Nicholson, (Evanston Vineyard) uncovers the life-changing secrets in John 2:1-11 where Jesus turns the water into wine.
Molly Ovenden shares her experience of hearing from God through building relationship with Jesus.
Pete Sammons continues a short series on Spiritual Gifts from 1 Corinthians 12:27-31.
What do we mean when we talk about spiritual gifts and why does God give them to us?
Scripture gives us the tools to deal with these uncertain and emotional times. David explains how we must respond.
Whatever your experience of being a son or daughter, and however you find that affects your life now, there is a greater hope for your life when you know the love of our heavenly Father.
Continuing series on Prayer, Andrew Lingham explains how few words are needed because God is so close to us.

 

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