What is “the church” to you?

As we’re continuing through our sermon series in Galatians, I got to preach on Galatians 4:8-20 at our Wimbledon Venue. It is a fascinating set of verses, that give us an insight into Paul’s relationship with the Galatians. He tells us of how they met (v13) and how kind and caring the Galatians were towards him (v14-15). But the passage is remarkable for the depth … Continue reading What is “the church” to you?

5 things I learned about reading the Bible regularly (The second one will shock you)

My last post explained how reading your Bible regularly doesn’t make you a Christian – or even a good Christian – but it will give you hope, joy and peace, and teach you more about the God you worship. I started using Everyday Devotions in January 2020, and that’s how I developed a daily Bible reading habit for the first time in my life.  So today … Continue reading 5 things I learned about reading the Bible regularly (The second one will shock you)

Here’s why you shouldn’t focus on reading your Bible regularly

…Instead, the focus of your faith should be the God the Bible talks about. But reading the Bible regularly will teach you more about him, so you’ll learn more about what you actually believe and why. Confession: Before Everyday Devotions launched, I had never had a daily Bible reading habit despite having been a Christian for most of my life. Yes, I regularly felt guilty … Continue reading Here’s why you shouldn’t focus on reading your Bible regularly

What is God teaching us through Covid-19? – #3 Conspiracy Theories and Truth

Our lead pastor Phil Moore writes: Dear Everyday Church family, For most of us, the coronavirus crisis has been a time of learning. We’ve learned a lot about ourselves, a lot about the Lord and a lot about the world. I’ve already posted blogs about two areas where I think that we have learned the most as a church family, so here’s a third area: we … Continue reading What is God teaching us through Covid-19? – #3 Conspiracy Theories and Truth

What Is God Teaching Us Through Covid-19? – #2 Sacrifice & Suffering

One of the biggest questions that I keep being asked by people across Everyday Church right now is: What is God teaching us as a church through Covid-19? To answer that question, I’ll be posting a few thoughts over the next few weeks from our conversations together as whole-church elders, but we don’t claim to be the only ones who can answer this question. If you are part … Continue reading What Is God Teaching Us Through Covid-19? – #2 Sacrifice & Suffering