WRAPs 2019-03-08T21:12:59+00:00


We’d love to have you worship and glorifying our Father God’s name with us. W@W WRAPs help us to apply Biblical principles to our daily lives. In case you missed any, we have some of our WRAPs below.

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W@W WRAP – Week 132

Guarding our hearts... - What is the condition of your heart? Proverbs 4:23 (NIV) reads: "Above all else, guard your heart, for everything you do flows from it". We are so diligent and intentional when it comes to protecting our material belongings. Security is top of mind when it comes to our homes, cars, businesses, and valuables... But what about our spiritual and inner wellbeing?

W@W WRAP – Week 131

Walking, Standing, Sitting with GOD… - What does it mean to live a blessed life? Who or what influences you most? What makes you happy? The word “blessed” implies happiness (’esher) or contentment – “to be fortunate, prosperous, and favoured by God”. David reminds us in Psalm 1 that true happiness is found only in having a covenant relationship with God, and in the willingness to live under the authority of God’s Word.

W@W WRAP – Week 130

It's in the every day… - When last did you look around and really enjoyed the beautiful gifts God has given us? Majestic mountains, mighty oceans, beautiful sunsets, picturesque clouds, magnificent colours, the Milky Way and shining moon, trickling streams and beautiful animal sounds…

W@W WRAP – Week 128

In God's Strength… - Do you sometimes feel alone, weak, or incompetent to do the work our Lord has set before you? …to live out your calling and make a difference? …to glorify God in all you do and to proclaim the good news? There are 3 important lessons we can learn from the apostle Paul in 2 Timothy 4:17.

W@W WRAP – Week 127

All for Your glory... - While working through one of our online group studies this week: Lies Women Believe, I was reminded about our intentionality around how we spend our time. What is most important in your life? What takes the most time in your day? Is the way you spend your time aligned to your purpose and calling?

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