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Like a Rushing Wind

Knowing & Understanding the Holy Spirit

While many Christians focus on the Holy Spirit above all else, many others treat Him more like a theory than a person. For 4 weeks, we will explore what the Bible teaches us about the third member of the Trinity, the Holy Spirit, and the abundant life that He brings to the lives of all believers. Whichever way you tend to lean, God wants to show us that the Spirit-filled life has more in store for us than we can even imagine.


1.The Spirit of God (John 14:16–26)

2.The Spirit of Power (Acts 1:6–11)

3.The Spirit of Unity (1 Corinthians 12:1–13)

4.The Spirit-Filled Life (Ephesians 5:18–21)

Chaos (noun): complete disorder and confusion. Our lives often feel like this: disorderly, confusing, and tumultuous. Our world certainly is like this. So, how do we deal with it? And where is God in the midst of it all? The book of Judges helps us. Judges tells us about a time when the people of God found themselves, because of their rebellion and faithlessness, in total and utter anarchy. It offers us insights as to how we can navigate life in the chaos and who can ultimately deliver us from it.

Join us for a 9-week journey through
the book of Judges: Life in Chaos.

1. Half-Hearted (Judges 1–2:5)
2. The Downward Spiral (Judges 2:6–3:6)
3. Ehud: The Left-Handed Assassin (Judges 3:7–31)
4. Deborah & Jael: The Deadly Damsels (Judges 4–5)
5. Gideon: The Weak Warrior (Judges 6–7)
6. Abimelech: The Treacherous Son (Judges 8–9)
7. Jephthah: The Foolish Outcast (Judges 10–12)
8. Samson: The Broken Saviour (Judges 13–16)
9. Rock Bottom (Judges 17–21)

Genesis is one of the most important books in the Bible: it reveals who God is, who we are and the problem with our world. But more importantly, Genesis reveals to us God's plan of salvation. Indeed, Genesis is not merely a scientific handbook or a set of moral guidelines, it is good news! It is the beginning of God's personal rescue mission to save sinful humanity and restore a broken world through a Promised Saviour. So as we study the main stories of Genesis we will discover how they point us to Jesus; the Promised Saviour and we will see how these stories, much like ours, are Stories of Grace.

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How can I grow at BPCC?

Growth Groups

Growth Groups meet throughout the week for fellowship, care, prayer, accountability, sharing stories and studying God’s Word, usually the current BPCC sermon series. It is in Growth Groups where we fulfil our calling to have people in our lives who can speak God’s truth to us, exhort us, encourage us and spur us on towards love and good deeds (Heb. 3:12-13; 10:24; Rom. 12:10; Gal. 5:13). See here for more information on joining a Growth Group (link to Growth Groups page) or visit the Connections Centre.

Prayer Meetings

The fundamental importance of prayer is undeniable, both for our personal and corporate growth (Acts 1:14; 4:24; 12:5, 12; 1 Thess. 1:2). At BPCC we gather monthly to pray together and to bring before God the myriad reasons we have to thank Him and to lay our needs and requests before Him, in order to see His kingdom come in every area of our lives and world. For more information on prayer meetings check the Calendar.


There are many other ways you can grow at BPCC. For more information check the Calendar.