The Church which meets at Chesterfield Hall is one of a group of evangelical, Bible-based churches, established and growing in many parts of the world, all holding the same beliefs and sharing a common purpose and practices.
We believe that God loved the human race which He had created, so much that He sent His Son Jesus Christ to die for us so that if we believe that, then we have our sins forgiven (see John 3:16 above). We try to follow the teachings of the New Testament about baptism and how the early churches were formed and functioned. We would not claim to do this perfectly.
Thought for the Month
Do not be deceived, God is not mocked; for whatever a man sows, that he will also reap. (Galatians 6:7)
It only seems like a few weeks have passed since the fields around us were full of ripe corn and the farmers were busy bringing in the harvest, and now we see already the new shoots of next year’s harvest growing in the fields. It’s a never ending cycle, sowing and reaping, planting and harvesting. The farmer or planter knows what he or she is planting and therefore knows what to expect in return.
Life is like that, and so is our relationship (or lack of it) with God. If we choose to blank Him out of our lives, what should we expect in return.
God wants to have a relationship with us through Jesus Christ but as the Bible says, ‘God is not mocked’. We will reap what we sow, just like the farmers.