Ten Talks 12/02/2017
On Ten Talks Sundays, we get the opportunity to hear from many different people in our Kerith Community sharing what God has been speaking to them about. This Sunday we hope to have 12 speakers from all our sites across the 3 morning meetings (9:30am & 11:30am in Bracknell and 10:30am in Sandhurst) plus...
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Sun 12 February 2017 | Fiona Carney | 17:10
Fiona Carney - There is only one time in the gospels where two miracles are purposefully intertwined. Written about by Matthew, Mark and Luke, the accounts of Jairus' daughter and the woman with constant bleeding provide insight into the inclusivity of Jesus' miracles. What can we learn from looking at them together that may be lost if taken individually?
Is There Such A Thing As Small Or Big Miracles?
Sun 12 February 2017 | Natalee Matsekeza | 7:41

Natalee Matsekeza - Miracles are proof that Jesus’ power is working in our lives. Even in the seemingly small or irrelevant circumstances, Jesus can work through them.

Small Things Lead to Big Things
Sun 12 February 2017 | Matthew Dack | 10:24

Using a glow stick Matthew Dack talks about God in the small things and how they lead to big things.

Jesus Feeding the 5000
Sun 12 February 2017 | Vicente Suerez | 11:45
When the Disciples of Jesus tell Him that it is late and the people are hungry, Jesus answers the disciples: "You give them something to eat". This is not the answer they were expecting. How are they going to get food for more than 5000 people? Jesus wanted His disciples to be part of the miracle of the multiplication of the bread and the fish. Jesus wants us to be part of miracles too today.
A marvelling faith - The healing of the Centurion's servant
Sun 12 February 2017 | Toto Abakwiye | 12:43
The Word of God carries life giving power and this is true for every aspect of our lives. In difficult and challenging situations, let's remind ourselves that God’s words are life to those who find them and health to all their flesh (Proverbs 4:20-22). This is a free gift given to us by grace and when we speak the word over situations and circumstances in our lives by faith, the power of God’s word is activated.
Be like Christ: stick to your calling
Sun 12 February 2017 | Peter Kelham | 13:06
In the midst of anguish and ambush Jesus is loving, compassionate and forgiving - He sticks to His calling. Don't be distracted, 'stay the course' and stick to your calling.
Unpredictable God, Immeasurable miracles
Sun 12 February 2017 | Fran Harrison | 16:49

We know that Jesus performed miracles in His day - we may have experienced them in our own lives, or the lives of those around us. But sometimes it seems as though miracles are for other people, maybe better people or more holy people. In the account of His first miracle in John 2:1 – 11, Jesus demonstrated that He does not always respond to a crisis in the way in which He is expected to respond. Sometimes we have to change our thinking, and our own responses, to enable us to recognise what He is doing and how He is responding – how do we do that?   

Stretching our Faith
Sun 12 February 2017 | James Hopkin | 15:53
In Mark 8 Jesus challenges the disciples about their faith after witnessing His miracles. His questions help us think about the miracles we see in our lives, and the lives of others. We see Jesus working through our lives today, in our friends and people we know. Even with a strong faith though things might not always work out the way we want – this is where Faith stays strong and true. So stretch your faith, it is important to do so for others to grow and for us to grow.
Jesus calms our Storms
Sun 12 February 2017 | Mel Chester | 13:53
Jesus always bigger than our fears – whether a real life storm I the middle of an ocean at the mercy of the sea or in our minds. Mark’s account of Jesus calming the storm teaches us that even in our weakest moments of fear and trepidation the Lord will help us. It reminds us that Jesus is always bigger than our storms and fears. It prompts us to ask ourselves in times of fear “Why are you afraid? Do you still have no faith?"
Moving on with Jesus
Sun 12 February 2017 | Alison Green | 18:17

Alison GreenMatthew 14:22-33 tells the story of Peter getting out of the boat – his familiar, comfortable, safe place. In response to Jesus’ voice Peter demonstrates great courage as he moves beyond his boat to experience water-walking; this exhilarating adventure deepens Peter’s faith and relationship with Jesus.
Perhaps you’re sitting in your familiar, comfortable, safe boat knowing that it is not God’s best for you. Is Jesus inviting you to move beyond to experience new adventures where your faith and character will grow and your relationship with Him will deepen? Will you come with Him?

The Compassion of Christ Holds Healing for All
Sun 12 February 2017 | Micheline Bindley | 14:01

Micheline Bindley - In the miracle of the healing of the man with the shrivelled hand, we see Jesus seeking out the man who was alone because of his disability despite opposition from the religious leaders. Then, as now, Jesus reaches out to us to heal all our brokenness be it physical mental or emotional..We are called to be kind to each other as God in turn shows the ultimate kindness through the work of his son on the cross.

Jesus Carries the Weight of Your Miracle
Sun 12 February 2017 | Dan McNab | 13:30
Dan McNab reminds us of Jesus' call in Matthew 11:28;“Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest." He encourages us on the need to let go of our burden and allow Jesus to take control.

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