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    July 27
    Last time I spoke I left us with the image from John’s gospel of the grapevine.  Jesus instructs his disciples to remain in him, and this is expressed through obedience to the father expressing love to one another being connected to God as friends and not slaves Being “in” Jesus is about friendship with God, ...Read more
    Remain in me
    July 13
    Jesus helps us understand the need to be connected with him, being “in”.  He teaches us something in John’s gospel. “I am the true grapevine, and my Father is the gardener. 2 He cuts off every branch of mine that doesn’t produce fruit, and he prunes the branches that do bear fruit so they will produce ...Read more
    Are you on the “in” crowd?
    July 13
    When God made a covenant with Abraham he made an everlasting covenant to a people that they would be a blessed people in the land that God was giving them.  That was an idea that stayed with the Hebrew people of God from then to now. During Jesus’ time on earth the Pharisees best exemplified ...Read more
    April 18
    Up to this point Jesus had seemed to have a cheery positive disposition to his eventual death.  As he comes to the end of his ministry period he does not show any fear at the prospect of his death.  Is he in denial?  Is he unaware of the pain he will endure?  Even at the ...Read more
    Turning out for good (day 29)
    April 17
    At the end of Genesis (50:20) there is a wonderful reflection of Joseph.  He is talking with his brothers about their history together.  Rather than reacting out of anger or judgement he says these words… “You intended to harm me, but God intended it all for good” What a wonderful reinvention of history.  Joseph found ...Read more
    Faith Gym (Day 24)
    April 12
    “God’s way of making us right with himself depends on faith” Phil 3:9 (NLT) That’s a relief!  It’s a bit of a crazy notion, that our right standing or righteousness is not dependent on what we do.  God has been round that mountain several times with humanity, He came to the conclusion that a relationship ...Read more
    Noah – an apocalyptic movie
    April 11
    The Christian world seems to be in a bit of a flap over the new movie Noah.  First of all its a movie… and like all movies its purpose is in essence to make money, this is not an evangelistic project. There’s no doubt that this is a ‘dark’ movie, there is no ‘ahh’ factor. ...Read more
    Overcoming (day13)
    April 1
    Oh, that my people would listen to me! Oh, that Israel would follow me, walking in my paths! How quickly I would then subdue their enemies! Ps 81:13-14   Do we struggle to overcome stuff in our lives because we make it more complicated?  Stumbled upon these verses from Psalms.  I want God to quickly ...Read more
    Evangelist – Bringing a culture of good news
    March 30
    Gifts that bring a culture of heaven to earth Eph 411 Now these are the gifts Christ gave to the church: the apostles, the prophets, the evangelists, and the pastors and teachers. 12 Their responsibility is to equip God’s people to do his work and build up the church, the body of Christ. 13 This ...Read more
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  • Stewart’s Christian life began when he was 13. A teacher at school invited him to a Christian camp, where he became a disciple of Jesus Christ. Four years later he was completely changed by a powerful encounter with the Holy Spirit, followed by further encounters with the Spirit in 1996 which “completely wasted me!”

    Graduating with a degree in Drama, Theatre and TV Studies, Stewart intended to be an Opera Singer, but happily married Deborah instead, going on to have four gorgeous daughters.

    Stewart and Deborah moved to Bath in 1987 after God spoke to him in a dream, confirming the same message through Deborah. They had no family in Bath and no connections but knew the move was for a purpose, a purpose that looked a little hazy when, having built up a successful recruitment business, Stewart lost almost everything in the early 2000’s. God, though, knew what He was doing as this released Stewart to be available to be part of a new leadership team at Bath City Church, six months later.

    Stewart is the author of a growing number of books, the latest being, ‘Pearl Hunters, becoming a people of presence’.

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