Jude: Called

Date 30th April 2017  by Ben Peletier  Bible passage Jude 1:1-4

Jude is one of those odd little books at the end of the Bible that people don’t often read. You can read it in ten minutes but understanding it is a whole other ball game. Jude contains some of the most challenging verses in the whole New Testament, quoting obscure non-biblical refernces and speaking of

Easter Sunday: The Woman at the Tomb

Date 16th April 2017  by Ben Peletier  Bible passage Matthew 28:1-10

Over the last few weeks we have considered the characters around the tomb, the people who stood and watched as Jesus was crucified. Some of these people loved Jesus, some loathed him, yet everyone watched him die. The earth shook as he breathed his last and darkness fell over the land. He was taken down

Good Friday: Roman Centurion

Date 14th April 2017  by Jim de Witte  Bible passage Mark 15:21-39

This Good Friday we will focus on the amazing confession of a Roman Centurion, ‘Surely, this man was the Son of God’. These were the words of a seasoned soldier, one how had watched men die; who had put many to death himself. So was this a confession of faith or was it a professional

People Around the Cross: The Crowd

Date 09th April 2017  by Ben Peletier  Bible passage Matthew 21:1-11; 27:11-26

This week we are considering the crowd in the final week of Jesus’ ministry on earth. As Jesus approached Jerusalem a crowd gathered. They cried out ‘Hosanna’, lay their cloaks on the ground and softened the road with tree branches. They welcomed this Jesus with open arms, calling Him their saviour and a great prophet.

People Around the Cross: The People Who Should Have Known Better

Date 02nd April 2017  by Ben Peletier  Bible passage Matthew 27:39-44

This second sermon in our series on the audience of the cross focuses on the religious elite; the chief priests, scribes and elders. These were the religious men of power in the time of Jesus. These were the men that handed Jesus over to the Romans. They controlled the Jewish faith and were responsible for

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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

Date: by Load Audio & Video

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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