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The Hope Effect: Endurance

Nick looks at 1 Thess 1.2-9 and explores how hope produces, sustains and enables endurance, whatever the circumstances.

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The Hope Effect: Joy

Looking at Romans 12.9-12, Jon unpacks the link between hope and joy and the need to position ourselves to be filled with joy by the Holy Spirit.

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Hope rooted in love

Philip explores how our hope is rooted in love, looking at Romans 5: 1-8 in our Family Communion service

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Hope-filled Worship

Jon helps us think about our worship beginning with hope in God, looking at Psalm 43 in our March Worship4Everyone service.

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Hope rooted in Redemption

Looking at Romans 8.18-25, Cathy explores how our hope rests not just on our future redemption, but the redeeming of our lives now.

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Hope in the Dark (pt.3)

Jon finishes our mini-series on Hope in the dark in Habakkuk, looking at Chapter 3 and Shigionoth praise before provision, remembering what God has already done, and embracing God in hope.

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Hope-Filled Prayer

Jane explores the theme of hope-filled prayer using Luke 5.5-10 in this short talk for an all-age service. How can we pray with hopeful expectancy about what God is going to do?

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Hope in the dark (pt.2)

Jon looks at Habakkuk Chapter 2 and how in our Waiting God calls us to listen, to write down what He gives us, and to not give up on Him – ‘though it linger, wait for it’ (v3).

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Hope in the Dark (pt. 1)

Jane explores the theme of ‘hope in the dark’ using Habakkuk 1.1-13. What does it look like to wrestle with God when life is at its darkest, and what can we learn from Habakkuk?

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