Everything is New

Date 22nd April 2011  by Cilnton Berends  Bible passage Matthew 27:45-56

Did anyone really know on that first Good Friday, what was going on? Did people understand the significance of Jesus’ death on the cross? While at the time it might not have been clear, God left some pretty powerful signs for the world that this death was more than just an ‘injustice’ or a ‘mistake’

What’s the Kingdom of God?

Date 17th April 2011  by Ettiene de Wilzem  Bible passage Mark 1:14-20

Whenever the queen visits Australia, many of us may wonder: ‘what’s it like living in a kingdom?’ or ‘what’s it like having a king?’ It’s something we Aussies are not really familiar with, are we? In fact, most Aussies probably dread the idea of living under a king. We find, however, that Easter – a

A Different Kind of King

Date 17th April 2011  by Clinton Berends  Bible passage Matthew 21:1-11

It’s pretty fair to say that we don’t think much about royalty in our day. Sure, there is a bit of hype around an upcoming royal wedding, but royalties impact on our daily life is quite insignificant. But this wasn’t the case in the time of the New Testament, in fact for much of the

Responding to Easter

Date 10th April 2011  by John Hoogenhout - Pastor for Bray Park Community Church  Bible passage Matthew 27:11-26

Have you ever wondered what was going through the minds of those witnessing Jesus in the week prior to his crucifixion? Imagine you were in the crowd? You heard Pilate question Jesus and debate with the chief priests and elders. What would you be thinking? What would you have said had you been asked for

Why Did Jesus Have to Die?

Date 10th April 2011  by Clinton Berends  Bible passage Matthew 26:36-46

Throughout the sermons in Acts we saw a common teaching that Jesus suffered and died at the hands of evil men, but also according to the plan of God. But why was it so necessary for Jesus to die, couldn’t God have just waved a magic wand? This Sunday we start heading towards Easter with

Living with a Faithful God

Date 03rd April 2011  by Clinton Berends  Bible passage Psalm 46

Certainty. It’s not that easy to find. In families, in careers, in finances, in sports. Even in the church. Sometimes the most adequate words to describe our world and our lives are words like: turmoil, change, uncertainty, chaos. The Bible affirms this too, that in the world and in life there is tremendous uncertainty and

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Micah: O Little Town of Bethlehem – NO SERMON

Date: 20 December 2015, 17:12 by aiims

In the midst of despair and misery Micah brings a message of hope to the people. They will be rescued and redeemed. How? As Matthew understood it, Micah had prophesised that the Messiah, the delivering king, would be born in Bethlehem. The hope of Israel would be fulfilled in the birth of a child in

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Towards Wholeness: Sleep

Date: 22 February 2015, 09:02 by aiims

We are opening up the building blocks that take us on the path toward wholeness, as was introduced to last week by Johann Eloff. This morning we are looking at sleep and its important place in developing holiness. We don’t often think of sleep this way but the Bible has quite a bit to say

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Towards Wholeness: Walking with God

Date: 15 February 2015, 09:02 by aiims

‘Walking with God Towards Wholeness in Christ’ Today I invite you to join me, walking with God, aiming at lifestyle adjustment, towards wholeness in Christ!”

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Exodus: Israel’s Cry to God

Date: 03 August 2014, 17:08 by aiims

If God knows our suffering, and if He sees our pain, and if He is so loving, why doesn’t He do something? Does God really care about me? Is he interested in what happens to me? These are huge questions that plague our mind today and it is a question that comes out of the

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James: Wisdom for Living

Date: 01 February 2015, 17:02 by aiims

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