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Steve and Charlotte Gambill are Lead Pastors at LIFE Church. They have two children Hope Cherish and Noah Brave. Their passion is to help people discover God’s great love and purpose for their lives by building a relevant multi-cultural church where all can find a place to belong and thrive. These podcast messages are full of life and hope, rallying a generation to embrace the broken and become ambassadors of hope. LIFE Church is one church in four locations; located in Bradford, Leeds, Belfast & Warsaw.
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This is a message from Week 1 of the series: This is life.
This is a message from Week 4 of the series: As In Heaven.
This is a message from Week 2 of the series: As In Heaven.
This is a message from Week 1 of the series: “As In Heaven”
This is a message from Week 7 of the series: The Gap
This is a message from Week 6 of the series: The Gap
This is a message from Week 5 of the series: The Gap
This is a message from Week 4 of the series: The Gap
This is a message from Week 3 of the series: The Gap
This is a message from Week 2 of the series 'The Gap'.
This weeks message is Ps. Steve & Charl Gambill talking about closing the gaps in our lives. 
This weeks message is Ps. Charl Gambill talking about The Lockdown Library. 
This weeks message is Ps. Steve Gambill talking about the power of patience.
This weeks message is Ps. Steve and Ps. Charl Gambill talking about when lockdown leads to breakthrough.
This weeks message is Ps. Charl Gambill talking about when lockdown leads to breakthrough. 
This weeks message is Ps. Steve Gambill talking about Resurrection Sunday
This weeks message is Ps. Charl Gambill talking about when lock down leads to breakthrough.
This weeks message is Ps. Charl Gambill talking about being 'Heard & Heard'.
This weeks message is Ps. Steve Gambill talking about 'Peace over Panic'
This is a message from the series: Relationology
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Stu Cook

We can remain indifferent in our lives, or we can recognise that we are all uniquely designed different for a reason; to make a difference to those around us in this world.

Jul 1st
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Stu Cook

So good. 👍 Our limitations don't need to define our expectations.

Jun 26th
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Stu Cook

In order to fulfil our true potential, we need to learn to see one another as God sees us. Only then can we hope to see lasting change come about.

Jun 18th
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Stu Cook

A welcome message for times like these.

Jun 18th
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Stu Cook

"Forgiveness isn’t approving what happened. It’s choosing to rise above it.” Robin Sharma In this age of outrage, it's easier to call to mind offenses people have done against you, but are you so blameless all the time? I know that I am not. Let's forgive fast so we can move past our offenses to a greater understanding ahead.

Jun 3rd
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Stu Cook

Weariness can be a dream killer if it is not challenged and allowed to seep through our lives infecting as it goes. Let us learn to cast all our cares upon Jesus, because He cares for us (1 Peter 5v7).

May 30th
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Stu Cook

We are indeed living in a gap in these strange times. Our expectations aren't always our experience so we may have to look at what we are expecting in order to learn from what IS.

May 30th
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Stu Cook

More great teaching from Pastor Charl. 👍

May 15th
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Stu Cook

What a wonderful message from Pastor Steve on the power hidden in patience! We often look for ways to vent our frustration in this season of lockdown, but that doesn't mean that God cannot turn our frustration into focus to realise what really matters when our options are limited.

May 6th
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Stu Cook

Despite what circumstances might tell us, we can always choose peace over panic, especially in times like these. Now, more than ever, it's essential we keep our eyes on what's important to us. We can stand together, or we can fall apart as individuals. Let's choose peace over panic!

Apr 1st
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Stu Cook

Thank you, Pastor Charlotte, for your reminder that the ground we take can only be the ground we keep if we keep God as first place in our lives. This is especially true for me, this year, as I've been through a trying period of change since I left a church that was more harm than good to me a couple of years ago. This season I'm in is preparing me so your words are reminding me to shore up my defenses on the ground I've already attained this year.

Jul 21st
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Stu Cook

Thank you, Pastor Steve, for your message today. Hearing about the Armour of God never gets old for me because there is always something new I can learn to apply to my circumstances.

Jul 16th
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