Armour Of God: Belt Of Truth

Joe, 6 years ago

Let’s kick off the Armour Of God with the first piece mentioned by Paul – the Belt of Truth (Ephesians 6:14). A belt has a few uses in battle.  In a way, it could be seen as an all-rounder; it protects whilst also enabling the soldier to move easily and freely.  The belt may also Read more…

Shoebox 2012 – Photos

Joe, 6 years ago

Thank you to everyone who took part in providing Christmas presents for the Romania cause. The shoeboxes allowed us to shine a light into many lives at the end of 2012.  Gifts for the children, and supplies for the families, whatever they needed.  We’re grateful to share photos taken whilst gifts were given – If you made Read more…

The Armour Of God

Joe, 6 years ago

We’re going to look at a series of Bible Studies about the Armour of God.  A famous passage, but how much do we really know about it, and how is it relevant to Christians today?  Here’s the passage in mind, in Ephesians 6:10-18: 10 Finally, be strong in the Lord and in his mighty power. 11 Put on the Read more…

Iron Sharpens Iron

Joe, 6 years ago

The topic of today’s study is ‘Iron Sharpens Iron’, based on a nifty bible verse – Proverbs 27:17: As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another. It’s fascinating that, as Christians, we are sharpened just by being around other like-minded believers.  Some of the questions further down relate to on the early believers, at a time Read more…

Your Will Be Done? Not Always Easy!

Joe, 7 years ago

Our human side often means we like to take control of things.  The only problem with it is that sometimes this is at odds with what God wants to do.  God’s plan can even seem counter-intuitive at first, but as Isaiah 55:8-9 puts it: 8 “For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways,” Read more…

Bible Study: Fair Pay?

Joe, 7 years ago

This is a study of the parable of the workers in the Vineyard, and it’s in Matthew 20:1-16.  It centres around a land owner who hires workers at different times in the day, and at the end of the pays them all the same. “For the kingdom of heaven is like a landowner who went out Read more…

Sunday Service 30th December

John Addison, 7 years ago

Don’t forget this Sunday is a time for sharing, come with a testimony, a song, a reading and share it to bless and encourage the Church.

Nativity 2012

Joe, 7 years ago

Shots from the Nativity this year!  Thanks to everyone involved for all the effort put in, it really paid off, plus it was a pleasure to see a few new faces.  We do have one last carol service tonight (Christmas Eve) at 7pm, otherwise have a really Blessed Christmas, love from all at Bethany Church xxx Read more…

Does God forget?

Pete Harrigan, 7 years ago

Does God forget things? Well not quite, but he doesn’t remember our sins once we repent of them: “For I will forgive their wickedness and will remember their sins no more” ~ (Hebrews 8:12). A slight difference then maybe, but surely it takes even more love and grace to ‘not remember’ something than it does to ‘forget’ it? i.e. Read more…

Elisha’s Bones

Joe, 7 years ago

Check out the bible’s account of Elisha’s last days: 14 The prophet Elisha was sick with a fatal disease, and as he lay dying, King Jehoash of Israel went to visit him. “My father, my father!” he exclaimed as he wept. “You have been the mighty defender of Israel!” 15 “Get a bow and some arrows,” Elisha Read more…