Reflections from the Exodus story for our journey todaY
Journey is a word we can use to reflect the life both of us as individuals but also as a church – Hub Community Church. As Christians we have a faithful travelling companion and guide in Jesus and we have the hope and expectation of a destination. Yet journeys aren’t always easy. Sometimes it’s hard to get going. Sometimes we get lost or simply lose perspective on where we are going and why we are going there. This series recognises the journey we are on together as Hub Community Church - the exciting things God has spoken to us about and the challenges we face along the way. As we consider this together and reflect on the story of the Exodus in the Bible, we believe we will be encouraged to have a fresh perspective! Whatever the trials, whatever the obstacles, God can be found right there with us in our journey.
Nancy Bentliff takes us through the Commandments and how they apply to us today.
Chris and Dave Richards share with us on what it means to be a people of God’s presence.
Matt Grant elaborates on God's purpose in taking us on a journey from Exodus 19.
Phil Norris takes us through the story of the establishment of a covenant people and the giving of the Law in Exodus 19.
Robin Mendelsohn takes us through the story of the Israelites journey through the wilderness in Exodus 15 - 17.
Nancy Bentliff takes us through the story of the Israelites journey through the wilderness in Exodus 13 & 14.
Andy Wright takes us through the story of the Passover in Exodus 11 & 12.
Phil Norris takes us through the lead up to the release of the Hebrews from Egypt in Exodus 6.
Matt Grant takes us through the story of the burning bush in Exodus 3.
Robin Mendelsohn takes us through the story of Moses’ birth in Exodus and highlighted the parallels with Jesus’ life.
This series focuses in on our identity as the Church of Christ and considers our Christian heritage through the eyes of the Apostle Paul in Philippians and Peter in 1 Peter. Throughout this series, we’ll be looking for our own story as Hub Community Church and also Basingstoke Community Churches to be drawn out.
Located in the book ‘Acts of the Apostles’ this series looks at the foundations of the church and stories of discipleship. We seek to explore how the first church expressed its new found identity as a Spirit-filled community of Jesus followers. We also look at the discipleship journeys of six characters from the book of Acts and ask how their stories of encounter, obedience and trust can help shape our own discipleship in Christ .