Tag: "Podcast"

How To Have A Slightly Better Marriage

The pressure to have a brilliant marriage has caused a lot of marriages to go backwards and not forwards. When Ken and Barbie talk about their perfect marriage, they omit to tell you how imperfect it actually is! In this message, Pastor Dave Gilpin looks at 5 keys to have

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Ebenezer – The place between Miracles

Whether you’ve been called out like Abraham, thrown out like Jonah or sold out like Joseph, it’s time to raise your Ebenezer and declare ‘thus far, the Lord has helped me’. Jonah raised his in the belly of a whale and then that same whale took him to the shoreline

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The Bench – Podcast

Every great team has one. Every great player has been on one. Found in a small strip of no man’s land between the fields of endeavour and the Grandstand of compromise lies THE BENCH. It’s the place for recovery, reinvention and the rookie – waiting for his number to be called. It’s the bit between seasons and it’s the bit that says everything about the real you.

Man In The Mirror – Part 3

Dave Gilpin looks at the importance of developing character by looking at the reflection staring you in the mirror. We spend too much time worrying about others or what we are going to do but neglect to take time to look at what’s going on in our heart and mind.

Man In The Mirror – Part 1

Dave Gilpin looks at the importance of developing character by looking at the reflection staring you in the mirror. We spend too much time worrying about others or what we are going to do but neglect to take time to look at what’s going on in our heart and mind.

Long-term Thinking – Part 1

Welcome to the first part of the Long-term Thinking podcasts by Dave Gilpin. The first part is packed with wisdom on how to prioritise your life, including fresh revelation on how powerful your decisions stemming from your will actually are. Discover how “to aviod robbing from tomorrow in order to feed today”, as you begin to discern desire from the will of God.

What Happens When You Pray

This is a short story by Dave Gilpin and a part of the Mind Map allegory of the mind of a Christian. He tracks the creation, journey and arrival of a prayer, similar to the ones we pray in everyday life. It’s a refreshing and liberating imagery of the desires of a heart being expressed and the translated and interceeded by the Holy Spirit. Let the story begin…

Part 2 The Postman – The Cheque of Faith

Inside every letter delivered by the Holy Spirit from God’s heart to yours, is a cheque. It’s the Cheque of Faith. It guarantees the promise. Don’t lose the cheque!

Part 3 The Postman – The Skoda of Prayer

Every Cheque of Faith needs taking to the Bank of Grace . The vehicle that waits outside the house of every person is the Vehicle of Prayer. Prayer isn’t a Rolls Royce. It’s a Skoda. The Skoda of Prayer!

Falling Upwards – Part 3

Dave Gilpin continues to discover how we can confront and deal with eternal issues that can champion our successes. Despite the enemies that seek to make us fall as covered by part 2, in part 3 Dave Gilpin describes the strength of the one that is on our side to keep us from falling, and to set us on the right path for an incredible destiny.

Falling Upwards – Part 2

In the second part of the Falling Upwards podcasts, Senior Pastor Dave Gilpin continues to discover how we can confront and deal with eternal issues that can champion our successes. There is someone and somethings that want you to fall, in this podcast you will hear how these pitfalls seek to plot against you. God’s destiny does not include falling and by his power we can spiral upwards.

Falling Upwards – Part 1

Welcome to the first part of the Falling Upwards podcasts by Senior Pastor Dave Gilpin. Discover how we can confront and deal with eternal issues that can champion our successes. Dave Gilpin explores the secrets to progressing powerfully along the journey of faith, covering the times of despair and how to combat these with God’s power to walk the successful path.

How beautiful are the feet – yeah right!

There’s a cult of perfection out there. There’s an idea that to walk with Jesus is to never fail, never experience increasing trials and never bleed one drop of blood. Dave Gilpin begs to differ.