The London assembly went on tour visiting Gothenburg, Sweden, in March, 2023.
Pastor Sylvio visited the London assembly, sharing what it means to have a relationship with God.
The London assembly, goes on tour once again - visiting the assembly in South Tyrol, Italy.
Summer camp, held in Ustka, Poland, was a chance for assemblies from across Europe and the UK to come together and rejoice in what God has given us.
God has given us everything in our lives and He asks us to give our time and dedication to Him in return.
God wants a relationship with us - one where we can talk to Him like a friend and find comfort from prayer.
It's easy to consider the Bible as a book of stories - amazing tales about how God worked in peoples lives. But in fact, it's much more than that.
On Sunday, Rocky reminded us that we have to trust in God's plan, even when things aren't going as we might want them to.
What if there was another beverage you could drink that would mean you would be satisfied forever?
We can be like Elisha - we just need to keep putting things to the Lord and asking Him to take control.
I feel that the more I seek God the more I understand the meaning of life and its purpose
You might be waiting for God to act, but He's already promised He's with you. It's up to you to take that step of faith.
In our lives, there are so many “things” that can keep us busy. But do those things last?
With God there is always peace.
There has always been peace and clarity and hope and faith and love, all encompassed within his gift of the Holy Spirit which I received on my knees when I was twelve.
God has given us the overcomer - the Holy Spirit with the evidence of speaking in tongues. God takes us just as we are.
Revival London recently held a concert sharing our stories about what God has done in our lives. Here Tomu Raicakacakakilepanoni shares a poem.
I’m praying day-by-day for God to help me to take more small steps of faith. To crush my natural thoughts about a situation and give it to God. Even a small amount of faith gives God a foothold in situations.
I had a wonderful happy early childhood, growing up enjoying beaches and forests
and the beauty of nature in New Zealand.
Unfortunately, when I was eight, my parents separated and
God needs us to speak up and to put ourselves forward.
I praise the Lord for being that figure who has been there for me in my toughest and darkest times.
We are living a blessed life thanks to God. So do we hide these blessings away? Or do we share them with everyone we come across?