March 2017 Newsletter

Welcome to the March newsletter, keeping you informed about what has been happening and what God is doing.

Remember that we have two exciting events upcoming – May 16-17 we have Ruth Fazal and Gil Pentzak. Then on August 11-13, we have Men and Women on the Frontlines UK! Go to our Events Page to find out more and book now –

1 March – Sue Davies spoke from John, encouraging that God has chosen each one of us. In the time of Jesus, many didn’t understand but Jesus wooed and inspired his remnant bride. Like Peter, there is nowhere else we can or want to go except with Jesus. We should be prepared to hear, follow wholeheartedly. Are we prepared to be holy and set apart?
To listen to Sue’s talk –

8 March – Jen Baker joined us. We have already stepped into a new season – we have to act in a new way in a new season. Jen encouraged us with personal testimony and spurred us on to just believe what God has said and go with it. For more about Jen (who’ll be joining us at Men and Women On The Frontlines 2017), visit her website –

To listen to Jen’s talk –

Jen is with us again on Wednesday 26 April.

 15 March – Despite some technical interference in the building (!) Chris Spark spoke about Moses and his mountain top experiences as well as the downs, something we all experience. The mountain top experience shouldn’t be the aim – our goal is to become more Christlike. Like Moses us, God leads us in miraculous ways but we should be careful not to make the mistakes the Israelites made. Chris gave Biblical answers to help us.

To listen to Chris’s talk –

22 March – Nathan Kiyaga always brings his passionate and enthusing approach. He spoke a message from Hebrews 6, taking us deeper. Nathan looked at having an anchored soul; spoke about the character of God; brought revelation about our purpose as imitators of Christ; studied God’s promises; took a heavenly perspective; encouraged us with a message of hope and inspired us to respond to God.

To listen to Nathan’s talk –

29 March – Mark Hatch spoke, focusing especially on compassion which is not just words or feelings but inspiring us to action. God is the fullness of compassion leading to our forgiveness. Compassion moves God to do something for people (e.g. feeding the 5000, healing the sick) – as it also inspires us to do something. Compassion is sympathy in action. Through this different Spirit in us, the Kingdom grows. Mark is speaking again on Wednesday 7 May.  Come and join us.

To listen to Mark’s talk –

 Remember that each Weds (around 7.45pm) there is a live web stream of the talks from CSA which can be found at- and the archive of all the talks from CSA can be found at –

You can also order a CD of any of the Wednesday night talks for £2.50 (£3.50 posted).

Please continue to keep Sue and Claire covered in prayer as they faithfully love, serve and lead. Thank you.