Join Andrew Scotland as he explores what it means to walk in the Kingdom of God.
We all desire an inner sense of peace. Andrew Scotland teaches that if we devote time to God, we will find contentment in Him.
God wants glory. Andrew Scotland studies the story of Gideon and how God delivered victory into the hands of the Israelite army.
What is the rhythm of life that we need? Andrew Scotland looks at the commandment to love God with all our heart.
God knows us so intimately. Andrew Scotland explores how God works all things for the good of those who love Him.
Jesus never separated love and understanding. Andrew Scotland shares how God desires us to become more Christlike.
We cannot customize the Gospel for our own benefit. Andrew Scotland reminds us that God gave us faith as a gift.
Do we compare ourselves too much to others? Andrew Scotland explains how we need to have more of an importance of Christ in us, rather than our own self-esteem.
We prize and value freedom so much. Andrew Scotland unpacks Romans 6 and what it means to be under grace instead of the law.
We are involved in spiritual warfare. Andrew Scotland preaches we are called by God to be His children, like arrows in the hands of a warrior.
Andrew Scotland takes us through the prophecies of Jesus opening the scroll in Revelation chapter 5.
We can all get too busy, stressed out and anxious about the needs of others. Andrew Scotland encourages us to be stimulated by the voice of God.
Life can be unstable yet we are called to walk with God our Rock. Andrew Scotland reads the famous poem 'Footprints in the Sand' and shares what he has learnt from it.
When the Holy Spirit comes, the Word of God comes. Join Andrew Scotland shares how the Spirit is involved with communicating the Word of God.
Re-visiting the story of the birth of Jesus, Andrew Scotland talks about the scandal associated with the Christmas story.
God has always been interacting with humanity. Andrew Scotland challenges us to be ready and willing servants of God.
We are made in the image of God. Andrew Scotland encourages us that we are designed for a highly intimate relationship with God.
Andrew Scotland explains how the true harvest we reap is the way we touch people with the love of God through our relationships with them.
Andrew Scotland discusses the oxymoron of the fact that in the Christian faith we are called to become mature in our faith but also childlike.