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Our world is drowning in data, flooded with infinite information.

By 2025, a mind-boggling 463 exabytes of data will be produced daily. But amidst this digital deluge, where information is seemingly as accessible as ever, our age is marked by confusion and restlessness. As our knowledge has expanded, so too have our doubts. We possess facts, yet lack the understanding, discernment, and wisdom to navigate life’s complexities.

The book of Proverbs gives us wisdom for this life – ancient scripture that has stood the test of time, is found to be true in all areas of life, and finds its fulfilment in the One who gave us life – Jesus.

Join us for our new series ‘Proverbs – Wisdom in an Artificial Age’ beginning September 3.

Bible Talks

Watch bible talks on the book of Proverbs.

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Wisdom and Folly

In a world of information and data, knowledge and technique, find wisdom. Find its source, its substance, and its power.


A friend can draw closer than family, giving inspiration and comfort – or crushing with betrayal. Find out what a true friend is in the Proverbs.


Our Heavenly Father has created us to live in families, and Proverbs provides wisdom for building and shaping the fundamental unit of our community.


What do you look for in a marriage partner? How do you protect your marriage, and let it blossom? Let God show you how in Proverbs.


Words have the power to make and to mould, to build up and break down – so tune your ear to what God has to say about them in Proverbs.


Riches can do great good, but the love of money can consume and deform us – so how do we train our hearts to what is truly valuable?


Work: we need it, we love it, we loathe it, drawn either to under-work or over-work. What does God’s word have to say about this fundamental feature of human life?


In a world of anger, injustice and oppression, God’s commitment to justice is startling, and he stands as sovereign Judge. Align your life to his purposes for the world through Proverbs.

Life and Death

Death: we are destined for it, yet many of us rarely think about it. What does wisdom have to say about the final reality, and the life we live before it?