Moses, Deliverer

Date 27th July 2014  by Jim de Witte  Bible passage Exodus 1:22-2:10

The book of Exodus is focussed very much on the man, Moses, whose name appears frequently throughout the Bile. Who was he? Where did he come from? Why did God choose him? What made him special? These are some of the questions we will think about on Sunday evening as we continue our way through

Holy Spirit: Who or What

Date 27th July 2014  by Ettiene de Wilzem  Bible passage John 14:15-27

The theologian Alister E. McGrath once wrote: “The Holy Spirit has long been the Cinderella of the Trinity. The other two sisters may have gone to the theological ball; the Holy Spirit got left behind every time.” Of course, this situation was true up until the rise of the charismatic movement in the 20’th century,

Two System Value & One Worm

Date 20th July 2014  by KJ Tromp - Pastor for Nerang Community Church  Bible passage Jonah 4:1-11

We all have our values. We value our time, our money, our family and our God. This is normal and natural for us. What we value is also reflected in how we feel and act when these things are taken away from us. Sunday evening, we will look at the clash of two value systems

Kingdom Parables

Date 20th July 2014  by Jim de Witte  Bible passage Mark 4:1-20

What does the kingdom of God look like? If you hired the greatest artists alive today and told him to paint a picture of the kingdom of God, what would it look like? Some of you might think of a giant castle or a grand cathedral or a country filled with people who worship God

Whose Side Are You On?

Date 13th July 2014  by Ettiene de Wilzem  Bible passage Exodus 1:8-21

This week our journey through Exodus introduces us to a figure from whom we can learnstacks about opposing God. We only know him by his title: Pharaoh. Please come along thejourney as we start to uncover the breadth, width and depth of an eternal conflict in whichwe take part. We’ll also see a great example

Parable of the Sower

Date 13th July 2014  by Jim de Witte  Bible passage Mark 4:1-20

As we work our way through Mark’s gospel we come to this very well known parable of Jesusand, in this case, we get the explanation of the parable too. It must be an important parablebecause it is repeated three times, in Matthew, Mark and Luke. And the story is very simple.It’s a story about soils

Jesus: Lunatic, Liar, Lord

Date 09th July 2014  by Jim de Witte  Bible passage Mark 3: 20-35

In his book Mere Christianity, C.S. Lewis explains why it is impossible to be neutral about Jesus: “I am trying here to prevent anyone saying the really foolish thing that people often say about Him: ‘I’m ready to accept Jesus as a great moral teacher, but I don’t accept His claim to be God.’ That

Could You Think of a Greater Present

Date 06th July 2014  by Keith Warren  Bible passage Jude

The Letter of Jude is probably the least known in the whole of the New Testament. It’s somewhere at the end of the N.T., but before you know it you have passed it by and you’re in the Book of Revelation. Skipping it is easily done, for the letter only takes up one page! It’s

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He Gave His Only-Begotten Son

Date: 22 April 2018, 10:04 by Load Audio & Video

Over against the war-scarred, sin-strangled world, let us reflect on the wonder of wonders in the text of texts. The measure of love is always its willingness to give; its capacity for sacrifice. In giving Christ, God gives us all things in Him. He leaves the throne of heaven for a stable in Bethlehem and

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The Murdered Son

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Today, the story is simple. A man has a vineyard and he rents it to some farmers. They misuse his property and want to keep it for themselves. When he sends messengers to collect what is rightfully his, the farmers beat them and kill them. Eventually he sends his son and they kill him, too.

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Spiritual Games

Date: 29 April 2018, 10:04 by Load Audio & Video

We have witnessed two great sporting events this year, the Winter Olympics and the Commonwealth Games. Maybe you’ve been excited and amazed at the achievements of all the athletes and marvelled at the amount of time and practice required to reach Games standards. The modern Olympics were inspired by ancient games held in Olympia, Greece,

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Why Should I Believe the Bible?

Date: 15 April 2018, 18:04 by Load Audio & Video

We may often be faced with some common hang-ups with the authority of the Bible when it comes to why we believe what we believe. Who hasn’t heard these sorts of remarks: “Why believe something that was written so long ago?” “Times have changed, move on.” “Can we believe that what was said and done

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Song of a Struggling Saint

Date: 19 August 2018, 10:08 by Load Audio & Video

If you live long enough, your faith is bound to be challenged some time. Psalm 73 is the song of a godly man who felt his faith slipping away. Even though these words were written 3000 years ago, they might as well have been written today. This Psalm is his very personal testimony. He opens

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