Bush Burning

“What do you think about God? Is He the kind of God you want to trust your life with? How about your after-life?” So began Richard Crane’s sermon on the first part of Exodus 3. By studying the familiar story of Moses and the burning bush, Richard pointed out three aspects of God’s character. First, …

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A Chilling Word

Genocide. It’s a chilling word and far too many modern examples spring to mind. At the beginning of the book of Exodus we are faced with genocide. When the midwives refused to obey Pharaoh’s orders to kill all the Hebrew baby boys, Pharaoh made a new decree—all baby boys must be thrown into the river. …

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How can you be so thick?

Although many of us have heard the miracle of Jesus feeding “the 5,000” (that was only the number of men—not everyone), a similar miracle when Jesus fed 4,000 isn’t as well known. Sam Brewster spoke about this miracle last week and gave us some amazing insights. The 5,000 was a Jewish audience and the 4,000 …

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Easter Update

Over the past five months we have been greatly encouraged to see so many of you commit to making the Windsor Fellowship your primary worshipping community. We are convinced that God is doing great things in our midst and we wait in expectation to see what He will do next. A group of us have …

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Simply Stupid?

The Bible uses some interesting phrases to describe people. “Stiff necked,” “people of unclean lips,” “like sheep without a shepherd,” –these are just a few. In Mark 6 we are told that Jesus was concerned about the disciples because “their hearts were hardened.” The term “hard hearted” is also used by Moses to describe Pharoah …

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Mission Impossible

Many things in life can feel overwhelming. Joblessness. Fighting disease. Struggling with addictions. Battling unbelief. In the middle of Mark 6 Jesus told the disciples to feed the thousands of people who had followed him to hear his teaching. What a strange ask! There was no way they could provide a meal for this huge …

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The Yo-Yo

The yo-yo of life—this was an interesting concept explained last Sunday. Sam Brewster at our Windsor church talked about how people often live in fear of the next jolt that life is bound to send their way. Life can be seen as a series of ups and downs and sometimes we feel that it is spinning …

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