Andrew Baker

Habakkuk - True Faith

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Framed within the discourse of justice and sovereignty a picture emerges of a faithful life lived in faithless times. Habakkuk quickly realises that the near future would lack visibly manifest reasons to believe, leaving only faith in God’s promise. This promise would become a refuge, when it appeared that every other means of refuge would be removed. Join us as we discover this picture of true faith, built not upon temporary pleasures, but drawing strength from the permanent promise of the living God.

Habakkuk - Wrestling through Suffering

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Where do we turn when everywhere we look there is suffering and injustice? How do we make sense of a world that sometimes seems so out of control? God invites Habakkuk too ‘look and see’, finding not the evidence of God’s absence, but instead an invitation to discover a God who is at work even in the midst of difficult circumstances.

Habakkuk - The Language of Lament

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Habakkuk - Habakkuk is a journey that takes us from sorrow to singing, pain to praise, desperation to declaration and
from faithless surroundings to faith filled living. This journey begins with the ‘language of lament’. A language that aids our travels through a broken world and that allows us to meet with God in the midst of the journey.

Harvest Time: Rhythms of Rest

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John 4:34-35 How often do we miss the harvest because we are so busy, so distracted and so intent on making things happen in our own strengths and under our own steam. Often the harvest is found when we stop long enough to sit down, rest and take a drink. Join us this week as we examine the importance of establishing a ‘Sabbath rest’ in our lives.