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Published on 6 Dec 2016
“More Than Enough” is the story of a young man, Tracy, who was involved in a tragic head on collision. The accident took his father’s life and nearly killed Tracy. Despite his limitations, God has been at work!
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LIVIN' THE LIFE

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AN IMPORTANT APPEAL FROM STEVE & MONICA
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STEVE SPOKE ON THE REVELATION TV 'MIDDLE EAST REPORT' in JULY 2016.

He spoke to Simon Barrett about his new book, "Hebraic Church"

STEVE SPOKE ON THE BREAKFAST SHOW ON WEDNESDAY 13TH APRIL

He was interviewed by John Pantry about his new book, "Hope"

Verses for Tue 25th Apr
1Chronicles 12:23-40
Those who joined David at Hebron to make him king over all Israel
2Samuel 5:6-10
David conquers Jerusalem
1Chronicles 11:4-9
David made king over all Israel as told by the Chronicler
2Samuel 5:11-16
David established as king
1Chronicles 14:1-7
As told by the Chronicler
1Chronicles 3:1-9
The sons of David
2Samuel 5:17-25
The Philistines attack the new kingdom and are routed!
1Chronicles 14:8-17
As told by the Chronicler
2Samuel 23:8-39
David's mighty men
This Chronological Bible reading plan is published courtesy of David Serle

Weekly Sermon

Speaking on 'Yeshua our salvation' on 11th November 2016

Weekly Feature

As it's still fresh in my mind, here are some thoughts before they drift away. Foundations 8 was, by unanimous consensus, our best yet. Here are four reasons why I believe this was so.

Firstly the environment provided by Abbot Hall hotel was just right for us. The hotel may have been on the small side, but it provided the intimacy that was a major factor to the fantastic atmosphere of unity and co-operation that prevailed. The staff were incredible and so helpful, going far beyond the nominal service we have received at some other places we have been at. Secondly the structure of the conference worked really well, particularly the elements that provided for personal expression. The high points were the yeshivas that involved up to a half of delegates and last for up to 90 minutes - challenging times for our teachers, but an invaluable experience for all. Also the 'show & tell' hour each day was enormously successful, where seventeen people were able to share what was on their heart, from leeks to hobbies, reminiscenses to hints for godly living. The image of the 'Von Stevenson' family singing together will live long in the memory. Finally, the craft tables provided a valuable oasis for some, a trigger for great conversations and a wonderful outlet for creative impulses!

Thirdly, God had brought together a fantastic group of people. The teaching, spearheaded by our 'Bible men' David Andrew and Chris Hill, was not just excellent but, as the theme of the conference demanded, was a spur to action and will ensure that what happened at Abbot Hall will not stay at Abbot Hall! My team stretched to 30 people, each playing their part in the jigsaw but it was fair to say that everyone there contributed in one way or another. There are just too many examples to mention here. If you were there please send us your testimonies!

Finally we thank God for tying it all together and ministering to everyone who was there perhaps in ways that will only become apparent over the coming days. A lot of work went into this conference, it was all so worth it!

Steve Maltz

FOUNDATIONS SOUTH WEEKEND CONFERENCE - August 11th - 13th

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Speaking on: “Hebraic Church”

Hebraic Church? Now there’s a phrase designed to upset or confuse just about everyone. Yet being Hebraic is not what many in the Church imagines it to be. In fact it could be nothing less than the key for true restoration and revival.

It is the author’s opinion that the failure of recent Church initiatives to get ‘back to basics’ is because doing things differently can’t be sustained unless there is a corresponding move to think differently. There’s no way we can take a Hebraic model (the early Church) and get it to work in a 21st century culture where the Greek model still reigns supreme.

With his customary humour, pacey style and shrewd insights, Steve Maltz examines seven areas where the Church has gone askew and suggests practical solutions to re-align the Church with the ‘original model’.

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This is the final session of our Foundations East Anglia weekend conference at Belsey Bridge in October 2016. Peter Sammons gives his third talk on his 2020 vision.

STEVE MALTZ AT PROPHECY TODAY

Outcast Nation (review)

Hebraic Church (review)

God's Tapestry (review)

God's Blueprint (review)

God's Signature (review)

Meet the author (interview)

How the Church Lost the Way (review)

How the Church Lost the Truth (review)

To Life! (review)

THE ONE NEW MAN BIBLE

Read the Peter Sammons review of this important new Bible here. To order a copy of the One New Man Bible,click here.

HEBRAIC CHURCH

Peter Sammons has written a very good discussion paper on how we should define what Hebraic Church is. It is well worth a download. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD IT. Perhaps we can chat about this in a forthcoming live show on Foundations Radio?

The Church of England's attitude towards homosexuality is being challenged by an international group of conservative Anglicans. Archbishops from the Global Anglican Futures Conference (GAFCON) are expected to approve the consecration of a new bishop to minister specifically to believers across the UK who hold a traditional Christian view concerning the issue. According to the Mail on Sunday, the measure is being taken in reaction to concerns of Church of England is becoming too liberal in its stance on homosexuality. One anonymous source told the newspaper: "I would say there is now a 75 per cent probability of the GAFCON archbishops voting to consecrate a new bishop for the UK." The Mail on Sunday also speculated that the move to establish a new bishop without the permission of the Archbishop of Canterbury Most Rev Justin Welby would be "highly provocative".

Hebraic Study Of The Synoptic Gospels

Click on the image above for a veritable treasure chest of resources that will take you into the Hebraic understanding of the Gospels. Highly recommended.