Jayne continues the series with a whistle-stop tour of the life of the Hebrew patriarch.
Jayne finds out how to “lose friends and influence people”, as we take a look how we respond to the sin in the world around us.
Jayne takes us through the first verses of chapter 3; are we making known the manifold wisdom of God to the principalities and powers in the heavenly places?
Jayne picks up Jonah’s adventure from when he “left” the ship. We see God’s discipline of His children, and consider the lengths to which God will take us in order to prove that He is bigger, and that we can lean on Him with confidence.
Jayne explores the example of commitment described in Acts 2, as exhibited by the early Church.
Jayne looks at commitment through giving, and the attitude we should have towards spiritual financial management.
Jayne tries her hand at the Cold Case approach to Christian case-making, with the Easter account.
Jayne explores Romans 14; disputable and indisputable matters.
Jayne compares the roles of Holy Spirit and Jesus in interceding for us, and considers the thorny issue of predestination.
Jayne looks at the beginning of Romans 5.