During week three of our series, “Passion For”, Richard Porter teaches on the importance of reading and studying the Bible. A fantastic morning as Richard explains the importance of knowing and using the Word of God in our lives.
During week two of our Christmas series, Ancient of Days, Richard Porter teaches on the “alpha and omega”. Tune in as Richard explores the meaning behind this name that Jesus calls himself.
During Week One of our series, "A Word of Wisdom", Richard Porter talks about the purpose of wisdom. A brilliant morning as Richard walks through the book of Ecclesiastes to reveal how wisdom is found in Jesus.
During our first week of our Kingdom Living Series, Richard Porter shares what it means to have carry the Kingdom through generosity. A great morning as Richard provides insight into what Jesus meant when he said that the "Eye is the lamp of the soul".
During Week Four of our series, "In the Wilderness", Richard Porter teaches on the importance of hosting the presence of God. A great morning as Richard explains the function and nature of God's presence during the times of the Exodus and why our focus should be on constantly following the presence.
During week two of our series "Summer at Journey", Richard Porter discusses the importance of knowing God's ways and not just His deeds. A great morning as we are challenged to join a relationship with God in which we understand His heart.
In week two of our series 'Selah' Richard Porter takes us through the "moaning" psalms. A great morning as Richard explains the reality of the Psalms and the importance of being honest with God about how we are feeling.
This week we start our new series, 'Losing My Inner Pharisee' with Richard Porter looking at the feeding of the five thousand. Too often we add to what God is doing, how do live in the revelation of who he is without adding to it?
We continue in the second part of our series Follow Me. Richard Porter concentrates on what it means for followers of Jesus to be a disciple and deny theirselves to pick up their cross to obey God.