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Power Hour - God’s Word Living and Active

Friday, October 27th, 2017 Hope, Prayer, Power Hour, Challenge, Conviction, Bible | Comments


Applying God's Word in Prayer - In This edition - God's Word speaks for itself.

The following scriptures were applied  Hebrews 4:12

Luke 12:3

Matthew 12:

Revelation 14

Community Element - Dementia

Friday, October 27th, 2017 Community, Hope, Family, Life, Community Element, Help, Help with Dementia | Comments


This week, we hear of two organisations who help people with memory loss and dementia.

Based in Banchory and Upper Deeside www.forgetmenotclub.co.uk

Based in Aberdeen www.livingwellproject.org


Prayer For The Week - Sure Of Your Future

Thursday, October 26th, 2017 Message, Community, Hope, International, Prayer, Family, Personal Impact, Life, Challenge, The Bible, Encouragement, Conviction, People, Economy | Comments


Rob presrents a few thoughts and prayers for the week. 

Power Hour - Light Houses

Friday, October 13th, 2017 Community, Hope, Prayer, Personal Impact, Power Hour, Challenge, Encouragement, Conviction | Comments


Power Hour - Applying God's Word in Prayer.  The program prayerfully examines ways - Light is covered in the bible and the ways God's people can reflect God's Word in a way that shine's God's Word into the world around.


How can people know the Gospel if they can't see or experience The Gospel.

Hope Has Wings - Chapter 22 - ‘Magnifique’

Thursday, October 5th, 2017 Hope, Hope Has Wings | Comments


The Story of MAF - Mission Aviation Fellowship written by Stuart King and Read by Simon Williamson. MAF takes medical supplies into remote areas around the world and provides an essential air link to remote communities.  Through this work, the Gospel is communicated to many.

Hope Has Wings is broadcast on Gospel4Grampian  Thursdays 7 Pm and Sundays 10 am.

Community Element - Life Long Learning

Friday, September 22nd, 2017 Community, Hope, Aberdeen City Council, Life Skills, Community Element, Life Long Learning | Comments


Life Long Learning in Aberdeen is run by Aberdeen City Council and is Community based.  It seeks to reach out to many people groups such as parents, those struggling to attain qualifications or those struggling to master life skills.

Power Hour - Proclaim

Friday, September 8th, 2017 Hope, Prayer, Power Hour, Challenge | Comments


Applying God's Word in Prayer.  The theme Proclaim- Publicly declare the Gospel.  Can our lives become a proclamation of what we believe in?

Community Element Sean McVeigh -Development Worker from CFINE shares his passion for this growing work to tackle Food Poverty

Thursday, September 7th, 2017 Community, Hope, Family, money go further, Community Element, Challenge, Appeal, Food | Comments


To find out more about this great work visit.

If you can help, CFINE need stocks of non perishable items to boost their Foodbank.  Recently they had a run on the foodbank and gave out 119 parcels in 1 day.  The average is about 50.

You can find them in supermarkets across Aberdeen.   They will be at Tesco on Wellington Road, Torry Friday 8th September about 9 am - 5 pm with their food drive. Do think about giving even a tin of beans or  tin of fruit. 

Each food parcel lasts 3 days.



2 Poynernook Rd
Aberdeen AB11 5RW
P:01224 596156



Brian Irvine shares his passion and heart for the Gospel - Never Give UP

Monday, September 4th, 2017 Message, Hope, Footballer, Policeman, Brian Irvine, Never Give UP | Comments


Brian shared his love of The Gospel - John 3 verse 16


If there is one more important thing Brian shared as well, its - 'Never Give Up'

Craig Smith in Conversation with Brian Irvine ex footballer

Monday, September 4th, 2017 Hope, Interview, Life Story, Encouragement, Footballer, Policeman, Brian Irvine | Comments


A good extract from the conversation Craig Smith had with ex footballer, now policeman Brian Irvine.  The recording was made with grateful thanks to Aberdeen Christian Fellowship.