How to be Happy

Date 27th April 2014  by Ettiene de Wilzem  Bible passage Psalm 119:9-16

One of the things most human beings have in common is the desire to be truly happy. We want to live lives that are satisfying, meaningful and which mattered. The key question, however, is how to achieve that? On Sunday night, as we draw near to some incredibly basic truths of the Christian faith, we

Following Jesus to the Cross: Darkness and Light – Part 2

Date 20th April 2014  by Ettiene de Wilzem  Bible passage Mark 16 : 9 - 20

John Stott once wrote: “The fact of suffering undoubtedly constitutes the single greatest challenge to the Christian faith, and has been in every generation.” John Stott is talking about ‘darkness’. Thedarkness of human suffering we each face inour own lives in varying degrees, ways, shapes and forms. And whileourdarknessconfronts us with many questions, one of

Following Jesus to the Cross: Darkness and Light – Part 1

Date 18th April 2014  by Ettiene de Wilzem  Bible passage Mark 15: 25-40

John Stott once wrote: “The fact of suffering undoubtedly constitutes the single greatest challenge to the Christian faith, and has been in every generation.” John Stott is talking about ‘darkness’. Thedarkness of human suffering we each face inour own lives in varying degrees, ways, shapes and forms. And whileourdarknessconfronts us with many questions, one of

Following Jesus to the Cross: A Meal with a Meaning

Date 13th April 2014  by Ettiene de Wilzem  Bible passage Mark 14:17-31

“Why is this night different from all other nights?” To this day it isthe question that a young Jewish boy would ask the father of his family on the night the Passover meal is celebrated. It’s a deep question and itgets deeper and richerin meaning on the night before Jesus’ death when he, as the

Following Jesus to the Cross: Final Words

Date 13th April 2014  by Jim de Witte  Bible passage John 13:1, 34-35; 15:9-17; 17:23-26

We are continuing our journey of following Jesus to the cross. Jesus had just a few days to reinforce and recap three years of ministry and teaching before his death, so we are watching how he acted and what he said over those days to see what was important to him. John 13-17 takes place

Following Jesus to the Cross: Triumphal Entry

Date 06th April 2014  by Jim de Witte  Bible passage Luke 19:28-44

Palm Sunday was the entryway to the place of crucifixion. And what a day it was. The mass hysteria of the crowd chanting praise to God and worshipping Jesus. So what is the story about? Here is a crowd who welcomed Jesus as king, despite what he had told them. This crowd had a dream.

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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

In 2015, Guinness World Records – the ultimate authority in record breaking achievements – celebrates the 60th anniversary of its first published edition and the creation of one of the world’s most successful and recognized brands. The idea for a book of records begins in the early 1950s when Sir Hugh Beaver (1890—1967), Managing Director

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