1 Peter 4: 10 - Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms.

“Grace, like water flows to the lowest part.” – Philip Yancey

Our reading this week was 1 John 4:7-21 and it’s well worth a read as a foundational statement not just of what love is but of what Christian love is; a love that has its roots in God and was demonstrated in the person of Jesus.

Everyone has a unique understanding of faith, or lack of it, but first we need to be specific about what we have faith in.

We should distinguish Faith in God versus objects or anything else – the Christian faith is personal and is in response to a ‘Faithfull’ God. For Christians, faith is active and is about someone we know we can rely on – Jesus Christ.

Over the course of the next six weeks we are exploring what are the key values we have discerned as a church and why they matter. Each week a sermon will look at the key ideas and we are hoping to produce a blog each week that helps to explore the ideas further.

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