3 Dimensions of Christian Discipleship
The greatest commandment Jesus gives is to ‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind’ and to ‘Love your neighbour as yourself’. In our love for God and our neighbour we enter into a life of discipleship in Christ – we become learners of the Jesus way. Our relationship with God (Up), our relationship with one another in the church community (In), and our relationship with our unchurched neighbour (Out) are key to practising this life of discipleship and love of God. Our hope and prayer is that this series will help us as followers of Jesus to grow in each of these areas as we engage with the life of Jesus in the Gospels, hear inspiring stories and testimonies and share insights and practical ways to deepen these relationships.
Please be praying that we would encounter God together in this series and move into all that God has for us both individually and as a community!
Up In Out: Living as Disciples
Reaching Up: Connected in Prayer
Reaching Up: Inspired by the Word
Reaching Up: Exalted in Worship
Reaching In: United in Love for One Another
Reaching In: United by Relationship not Religion
Reaching In: United as Disciples Together
Reaching Out: Living the Gospel | Sharing the Gospel
Reaching Out: Breaking Down Walls
Reaching Out: Overcoming Fears | Creating Opportunities
Up In Out: Series Conclusion
Farayi Nyakubaya provides the incentive and some practical suggestions on how to engage with the scriptures.
Robin Mendelsohn covers how Jesus taught his disciples to pray from Matthew 6 vs 9 - 15
Phil Norris introducies our series on Christian Displeship
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 .