Each one of us has a good work to do. We may not see it yet, but it’s often right there in front of our eyes. For Nehemiah, it was broken walls. For you, it could be an injustice in the world, or a need you see what no one else does. During this series, we will learn how Nehemiah responded to his own calling and learn how we can change our own world just by leaning into the unique calling that God has put in front of each of us.
On Saturday 6th of July, Jason Dowty spent some time at Spirit Radio to share his inspiration and source of passion for the music he writes!
Watch the video through the link, or listen to the podcast featuring Jason at approx 10 minutes in.
As followers of Christ we need to train ourselves to make decisions that matter not just in this life, but in eternity. The ExtraOrdinary series looks at how we can create habits which will help us to become more effective disciples.
One of the biggest questions asked today is ‘who am I?’ Many people search for and try whatever possible to create an identity for themselves which never brings long term satisfaction rather than discovering who they really are and who God created them to be!
Made for More is a six week series beginning this Sunday at BVC which will point you towards your true identity which is found in Jesus Christ and the life he gives.
As the two services get underway, Pastor Jamie Corcoran, of Lighthouse in Navan, shares with us 7 ways in which we allow the enemy to take control of our lives.
We had the privilege of being interviewed by Vincent Hughes of UCB Radio Ireland for their most recent Spotlight segment on local churches in Ireland.
If you missed the air-date last week, you can now catch up online. Listen in to hear about how God is working through those committed to serving in the church, and to find out more about what’s going on behind the scenes at BVC.
All the time, we make decisions about who we want to be. We make resolutions; we set goals. But often these goals are focused on ourselves in our own world. Losing weight, saving money or whatever — even the best goals are often inherently self-centred. To live the life God has for us, we must be willing to put away our own comfort for the good of others. It’s not easy, and it sure isn’t comfortable. But when you deny yourself, God can do so much more through you.
Moving on is not easy especially if you like it where you are! But what if there is something far better out there waiting for you to claim it? Whatever situation your life is in, there is a far better place to which God calls you. ‘Breaking camp’ is about God’s call to pull up the ‘tent pegs’ of life and take a journey of faith, a journey of life to the full, a life where God’s best is waiting for you to step in to.