A vision of hope from the book of revelation
The last book of the Bible ‘Revelation’ is an unveiling, like the pulling back of a curtain, of a different reality. This revealed reality colourfully depicted by the author John, reassures those who hear the words of the letter that there is an unwavering hope in Jesus! Jesus is in and amongst his church in the thick of struggles, trials and hardships. Jesus sees all that goes on and he’s right there with them. Even when struggles and trials seem to be closing in, the book of Revelation reveals to us with no uncertainty and without question that the victory belongs to Jesus! As we embark on this series our prayer is that the hope brought about by the victory of Jesus will indeed be both unveiled and experienced and as we journey through Revelation!
Hope Unveiled: Series Introduction
Hope Unveiled in the churches (Pt.1)
Hope Unveiled in the churches (Pt.2)
Hope Unveiled in heaven… and earth!
Hope Unveiled in the state of mankind
Hope Unveiled in judgement
Hope Unveiled in the cosmic battle
Hope Unveiled in victory
Hope Unveiled in restoration
Hope Unveiled in the return of the King
Phil Norris shares from Revelation 4&5
Farayi Nyakubaya shares on the final three of the seven churches addressed Revelation
Robin Mendelsohn shares on the first four of the seven churches addressed Revelation
Matt Grant introduces us to our new series based on the book of Revelation
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 .