Dangerous Prayer *

Date 29th October 2017  by John Van Dijk  Bible passage Isaiah 6:1-8 and Psalm 51:1-17

Dangerous is not a word we normally associate with praying, but I think that’s because we don’t really understand prayer. Prayer is not soft or sedate. Prayer is an adventure. It’s like riding a really big wave when you are surfing. It is a battle where we engage with the God who defeats the forces

Sheer Grace

Date 29th October 2017  by Jim de Witte  Bible passage Romans 1 : 16 - 17

What was it that changed Martin Luther 500 years ago and brought on the Reformation of the church and a recapturing of the gospel of grace? It was the rediscovery of the righteousness of God passed to people, as described in Romans 1:16-17. The aim of this evening was to watch a movie on the

Crying in the Wilderness

Date 29th October 2017  by Israel L Zau Tsawm Du  Bible passage Matthew 3 : 1 - 6

John was preaching, not in city or village, but in desert. The place he chose to cry out loud is significant. The way he live was significant. The message he preach was so significant. He was the one looking Jesus Christ and  shouted “Behold, the Lamb of God”.

Born Again to a Living Hope

Date 22nd October 2017  by Ben Torr  Bible passage 1 Peter 1:1-12

SOLA FIDE: Footsteps of Faith

Date 22nd October 2017  by Jack de Vries  Bible passage Romans 3 : 21 - 4 : 25

What does it mean when people or Christians say that we are justified by faith alone?   Does this Biblical truth give you comfort or does it confuse you?    You might believe this truth, but do your actions prove otherwise?  This morning Pastor Jack De Vries will consider ‘by faith alone’ (sola fidein Latin) as we

Don’t Be Religious

Date 15th October 2017  by Josh Hartog  Bible passage Matthew 23 : 1 - 12

In Matthew 23 Jesus condemns the religious attitude of the Pharisees. They don’t  practice what they preach. They make it all about following the rules rather than having a personal relationship with God. They only care about what the public things, and not what God thinks. For them it was all about status, rather than

SOLUS CHRISTUS: Who is Jesus to You?

Date 15th October 2017  by Jim de Witte  Bible passage Acts 4: 1 - 12

The Reformation was basically a ‘back to the Bible’ movement. The church at the time had strayed from the Bible, and the Reformers tried to bring it back to that foundation. We talked about that last week. The medieval church had twisted the gospel message and added teaching about what we must add to the

Simplicity

Date 08th October 2017  by Jack de Vries  Bible passage Psalm 131

What is the essence of the Christian life?    What is key to following Jesus?    Life can get quite complicated but in this message Pastor Jack will share how simplicity leads to a hope-filled life.

SOLA SCRIPTURE: What does the Bible mean to you?

Date 08th October 2017  by Jim de Witte  Bible passage 2 Timothy 3 : 10 - 17

On the 31st October 1517, Martin Luther mailed his 95 theses onto the church door in Wittenberg. He had no idea that his actions would change the course of history. He hoped to spark debate about church practices he considered corrupt. Instead he ignited a revolution whose flames burn bright to this day. Michael Reeves and

Make a Run for It!

Date 01st October 2017  by Ryan Hemelaar  Bible passage Hebrews 12:1-4

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