This week I am joined by singer / songwriter Andrew Robinson where we discuss faith and belief and Andrew sings his song Believer.
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This week we look at the story of the woman who washed Jesus’ feet with perfume as an act of worship shortly before Jesus was arrested and crucified. The song this week is called ‘Kiss Your Feet’ and is based on this week’s Bible story. Have a listen by clicking the ‘play’ button below.
This week we look at Psalm 19:1-6 and explore simplicity in worship. You can listen to the podcast here simply by clicking the ‘play’ button below. You can also listen in itunes (Apple Music) and Spotify. Thanks for listening.
With Wednesday being the International Day of Happiness we look at an upbeat, joyful song called Hallelujah, Holy Holy which celebrates salvation in Jesus Christ. So come on, have a listen and get a great start to a happy week!
As we saw the start of Lent last week as well as many churches celebrating Ash Wednesday I thought the theme for this episode should follow on the same theme. This week we explore the theme of repentance taken from 1 John 1:5-10. At the end you can hear an acoustic version of the song […]
This week’s episode looks at the importance of unity amongst Christians and amongst the global Church. You can also hear an acoustic version of the song ‘Body on the Earth’ at the end of the podcast. Thanks for listening – please share it with your friends!
This week we look at the book of Philippians and explore the fact that from time to time we all still need to be reminded that we need Jesus, we need a saviour. At the end you can hear an acoustic version of the song ‘The Heart of the Matter’.
This week’s episode looks at the song ‘Cut My Heart’ and explores what the Bible means when it says ‘circumcise your hearts’. Have a listen . . .
The first episode of the podcast series ‘Notes of Devotion’. This week we look at the song ‘Humble Heart’ and explore what the Bible teaches about humility. Have a listen . . .