Growing Together – Pray for One Another

Date 18th February 2018  by Jim de Witte  Bible passage Colossians 1:9-14

Prayer is an important part of a Christian’s daily life. We also have a general awareness that it is a good thing to pray for other people and to have other people praying for you. Maybe it is more than just a good thing, perhaps it is crucial? But, why should we pray for others?

A Set Apart Church

Date 18th February 2018  by Ryan Hemelaar  Bible passage Acts 5:1-14

When we read the account of Ananias and Sapphira, it can easily leave us confused at God’s extreme response to a lie told by this couple. Why was their death necessary? As we unpack this passage, we are going to learn why God did it and what it means for the church.

Sing to the Nations

Date 11th February 2018  by Jono Deenick - Riverbank Christian Church Launceston  Bible passage Psalm 96

Psalm 96 tells us to ‘declare his glory among the nations, his marvellous deeds among all peoples.’ My guess is we know that we’re suppose to do that, but at times lack motivation. It’s great then this psalm also show us why? It reminds us why they need to hear the great news about Jesus Christ

Life as a Disciple

Date 11th February 2018  by Jono Deenick - Riverbank Christian Church Launceston  Bible passage Matthew 28:16-20

What is a Christian? What are we here for? In Matt 28 Jesus tells us what He wants. We are his disciples who are to go out and make disciples. It’s an idea we may have heard before, but what does it mean and why is it that we struggle to put it into practice?

Growing Together – Forgive One Another

Date 04th February 2018  by Jim de Witte  Bible passage Ephesians 4:29-32

Among the commands to love and encourage one another, we receive a command for when our Christian brothers and sisters fail us in those very things. Our one-another responsibilities in the church do not cease if others break the rules. In Ephesians 4:32 Paul directs sinned-against Christians to ‘Be kind and compassionate to one another,

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Easter Sunday: The Woman at the Tomb

Date: 16 April 2017, 09:04 by aiims

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

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Jesus, Hope of the World

Date: 05 February 2012, 17:02 by aiims

The question of who Jesus is and what he came to do is not only a question that is around today, but has been around from the day he was born. It was a question that Matthew was attempting to answer in his gospel. He quotes from the book of Isaiah to show that one

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The Legacy of Mothers and Grandmothers

Date: 14 May 2017, 09:05 by aiims

In the passage this morning, Paul mentions his thanks for the mother and grandmother of Timothy, his ‘trainee’. They had passed on a huge legacy to Timothy, one that would last for eternity. What was that legacy? The sincere faith that was lived out in their lives. We combine Mother’s Day with a baptism and

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The Mark of the Beast

Date: 28 August 2011, 09:08 by aiims

In the church today, we leave a track – footprint. Are we leaving a track that is deceiving or one that is fitting of God’s grace. Is our track showing a loving Christian life style ? In Revelations the angel of God tell us we need to be fearing of God. Todays message will help

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Stories of God

Date: 13 May 2012, 17:05 by aiims

It’s that time of the year again where we stop to listen to the stories of people to whom God has revealed himself. It is in that sense that their testimonies or ‘life stories’ literally become ‘stories of God’. Stories of how God reached out, who he put in place and what experiences led them

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