Exodus: God Causes Us to Itch

Date 26th June 2016  by Jim de Witte  Bible passage Exodus 8:16-19

We are continuing our series in Exodus, looking at the third plague- of gnats. Each of the plagues is designed to build upon the next and to lead to the ultimate redemption of Israel. When they are redeemed, they’ll go to Sinai to worship the Lord, and eventually they will head for the Promised Land.

I Promise

Date 26th June 2016  by Ettiene de Wilzem  Bible passage Jeremiah 29:1-15

On Sunday morning we have the immense privilege to baptise Vivian Gail Booysen. What makes this such a privilege is not necessarily the preciousness of gathering around a family who intends to raise their child to come to know Christ – special though that is. What makes this a weighty matter is that all of

I Promise

Date 26th June 2016  by Ettiene de Wilzem  Bible passage Jeremiah 29:1-15

On Sunday morning we have the immense privilege to baptise Vivian Gail Booysen. What makes this such a privilege is not necessarily the preciousness of gathering around a family who intends to raise their child to come to know Christ – special though that is. What makes this a weighty matter is that all of

Exodus: A Lot of Frogs

Date 19th June 2016  by Ettiene de Wilzem  Bible passage Exodus 8:1-15

If the words ‘ten plagues’ were to be mentioned, most people would have some fairly distinct images coming to mind. Images of frogs, locusts and boils are imprinted on us whether it is from the pictures we colored in as kids or the vivid scenes from Exodus: Gods and Kings. What wouldn’t come to mind,

Exodus: A Lot of Frogs

Date 19th June 2016  by Ettiene de Wilzem  Bible passage Exodus 8:1-15

If the words ‘ten plagues’ were to be mentioned, most people would have some fairly distinct images coming to mind. Images of frogs, locusts and boils are imprinted on us whether it is from the pictures we colored in as kids or the vivid scenes from Exodus: Gods and Kings. What wouldn’t come to mind,

Sheltering in God

Date 19th June 2016  by Jim de Witte  Bible passage Psalm 91

What does it mean to ‘dwell in the shelter of the Most High’? How do you find rest there? These questions, and more, we ask when we read Psalm 91. The words bring up the idea safety, protection and care. But what does that look like when life is hard, when you are faced with

Exodus: A River of Blood

Date 12th June 2016  by Jim de Witte  Bible passage Exodus 7:14-24

Over the next few weeks, in our evening services, we will be picking up the Exodus story again. We finished with the prologue to the plagues where Pharaoh turns his back on Moses and Aaron. It was the culmination to his earlier words, ‘Who is the Lord, that I should obey him?’ (5:2) Now God

Exodus: A River of Blood

Date 12th June 2016  by Jim de Witte  Bible passage Exodus 7:14-24

Over the next few weeks, in our evening services, we will be picking up the Exodus story again. We finished with the prologue to the plagues where Pharaoh turns his back on Moses and Aaron. It was the culmination to his earlier words, ‘Who is the Lord, that I should obey him?’ (5:2) Now God

Christian Thinking about Science and Technology

Date 05th June 2016  by Chris Downs - Member  Bible passage 1 Corinthians 10:23-31

Our world is being shaped by many new advances in science and technology. Genetic modification of crop plants and animals, assisted reproductive technologies such as in vitro fertilisation (IVF), and advanced information technology and artificial intelligence systems all offer considerable promise – or do they? How should we think Christianly about science and technology? Just

Christian Thinking About Science and Technology

Date 05th June 2016  by Chris Downs - Member  Bible passage 1 Corinthians 10:23-31

Our world is being shaped by many new advances in science and technology. Genetic modification of crop plants and animals, assisted reproductive technologies such as in vitro fertilisation (IVF), and advanced information technology and artificial intelligence systems all offer considerable promise – or do they? How should we think Christianly about science and technology? Just

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