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Habakkuk 2:1 
[1] I will stand on my guard post and station myself on the rampart; and I will keep watch to see what He will speak to me...

What does the voice of God actually sound like? How do we, as followers of Jesus, tune into the right frequency, that we might hear what God is speaking to us as we navigate life’s events?

The Prophet Habakkuk reveals a God who’s voice is not just heard with our ears, but seen with our eyes. In other words, God’s voice is intimately connected to God’s actions that we see in our worlds. When God speaks to us He brings order and direction, through the life giving power of the Holy Spirit. As we fast and pray today and throughout the week, ask the question - what is God saying to you through the things He is doing in your lives?

If the Shoe Fits

Brilliant Message from Ps Stu on Sunday.  Here's the story he read out at the end.....

If the shoe fits...


You are looking for a pair of shoes. You go to this shoe shop that has every shoe imaginable is there.


There are sport shoes, dress shoes, casual shoes...Hundreds to choose from. All the popular brands - Nike, Converse, Doc Martins. There are shoes worn by famous people including the boots that Neil Armstrong wore on the Moon.


Whilst looking, there was this one dusty pair of sandals that looked like they were 2000 years old.


These sandals have a tag which says, “Guarantee for eternity”.


You are looking at these sandals and the shop attendant says “Oh, you spotted those sandals. Yes, they do look a bit rough, but they are that ‘Retro’ style which is trending these days.”


“Very simple design, and completely organic with no man-made materials used. These sandals are hand-made but tough. They are guaranteed to never wear out, never to break, never to slip, never to shrink, they won’t let you down and will never to fail.  These shoes can be used anywhere, anytime and it has even been reported that they can walk on water.”


“These shoes are not just good for your feet, but excellent for the soul.”


What is the price for these sandals you wonder - surely they must be expensive for shoes this good.


The Shop Assistant goes to the computer to look up the price, taps away, and then looks a bit perplexed; “Well, this is a bit unusual, but 'no charge', the computer is saying that they have already been paid for.”


You are a bit confused. “What...no... that make no sense...how can that be...I mean, well who paid for them?”


The Assistant goes back to the computer and reports “Apparently, the shoe maker himself.”

You try on the sandals, they fit perfectly.


Ephesians 6:14-15 - Put on the shoes of the Gospel

1 Corinthians 15 - Paul explains the Gospel

Presence Conference

Hi Team,

This is a great article from our Founder Ps Phil Pringle.  A great article on Change and the cost and value that goes with making the decision to change.  It's worth taking time to read through it. Click Here

If you're keen to join us at Presence this year we'd love to see you there! 

Keep you eye out for a blog post coming very soon from Ps Nick - He will be sharing with us some great thoughts for the season we are in as a Church. 


See you this weekend, 9:30am or 4:30pm!

Get Happy

I don't know about anyone else but I reckon this next blog is worth a look to start the week!  Take some time to watch this 3 minute video from Ps Steve Furtick.  It'll make you smile!  Just cut and paste the link below and it should open.

From Steve Furtick's Blog "When we start to think about what our Savior has done for each of us, in spite of our own sins and failures, our hearts can’t help but celebrate and worship. Recently, we opened our worship experience with a performance of the song “Happy” by Pharrell, and our creative, production, and worship teams joined together to create an energetic atmosphere that prepared us to praise God with a heart of joyfulness."


God made you

Read this devotion the day after Isaiah did his 4th athletics carnival.  Isaiah is one of those kids who always comes smack bang in the middle on these things and he struggled big time with the fact that he didn't get a ribbon again this year!  I found myself trying to tell him "it's ok you did your best buddy"  But I soon realised that with Isaiah his best wasn't cutting it!  His comment to me was "But Mum I really believed I'd do well".

Chris  Caine in her devotion challenged me to ask this question?  How many things are we doing that we just shouldn't be doing?  How many things do we strive at, kill ourselves with feeling inadequate and failing at that perhaps we aren't made to do?  God gave us gifts and talents that are different from anyone else.  The question to ask yourself is "What am I good at?  What are the talents and passions that God has given me?"  and then chase them down and do them!  Stop killing yourself doing things that you were never good at or designed to do!  Isaiah will eventually learn what he's good at and it may or may not be atheletics.  With time and direction he'll find  that perhaps he's more of a long distance runner or maybe not. He is kind, he's practical, he's a whiz at maths.  Let's focus on the things we are good at  and focus less on what we maybe were never designed to do. - Ps Melissa


Christine Caine - First Things First

I love this quote …

“Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.” ~ Albert Einstein

Focus on being who God made you to be. You have the exact gifts and talents needed to fulfill your God-given purpose. God just wants YOU to be YOU!

For as we have many members in one body, but all the members do not have the same function, so we, being many, are one body in Christ, and individually members of one another. Having then gifts differing according to the grace that is given to us, let us use them: if prophecy, let us prophesy in proportion to our faith; or ministry, let us use it in our ministering; he who teaches, in teaching; he who exhorts, in exhortation; he who gives, with liberality; he who leads, with diligence; he who shows mercy, with cheerfulness. (Romans 12:4-8, NKJV)