this is me
In this final episode, Lucy talks to Roger about how God has helped him overcome rejection, and is renewing his mind to make him a new person in Christ.
Jack talks to Lucy about how being in business with God has changed his perspective on work and family life.
Esmée talks to Lucy about how her relationship with Jesus has grown through reading scripture, and how he has taught her to be courageous.
Lucy talks with Kath and Neil about how Jesus has freed them to live in the 'now', and not get caught up in past failures and successes, or future expectations.
Ollie talks to Lucy about how he gained a new perspective of the gospel through learning about what he calls the 'intellectual side of Christianity and the mechanisms of the faith'.
Tamara speaks to Lucy about how God has redefined her weaknesses with his strength, and for his glory
Carina talks to Lucy about how the surgery of God’s word strengthened and transformed her through a time of anxiety and depression.
Lucy speaks to Keleigh about shame, and about her journey of replacing the lies she believed about herself with God's truth. Produced and Presented by Lucy Logan.
David B talks to Lucy about his journey from New Zealand to Cornwall and explores how his faith has been refreshed with a new understanding of who God is. Produced and presented by Lucy Logan.
Beth talks to Lucy about her journey into motherhood, and shares a picture of bread-baking to describe how God has helped her grow into new perspectives. Produced and presented by Lucy Logan.
David shares with Lucy a prophetic picture of a maze, which explores his journey of seeking God and learning to surrender. Produced and presented by Lucy Logan!
Harbour Church's very first podcast - produced and presented by Lucy Logan!
Jackie talks to Lucy about her journey with God, and how God has shown her to be an encourager, inspiring her in turn to be comfortable and confident with who she is.
The Harbour Church is part of the Elim Pentecostal Church Registered Charity 251549 (England & Wales). The Elim denomination is part of the Evangelical Alliance. Harbour Church is also part of Churches Together in Falmouth and Penryn.