God’s Grace is Sufficient

Date 27th May 2018  by Bill Bosker  Bible passage Psalm 13:1-6; 2 Corinthians 4:1-15; 2 Corinthians 12:9

When you go through difficult times, what do you find yourself thinking? Paul’s message to the Corinthian Christians and us is that great grace and privilege often go hand in hand with suffering. How does God use sickness, trials and suffering? We will learn Paul’s secret. Sometimes God has to empty us of ourselves to

Heavenly Minded – Earthly Intentional

Date 20th May 2018  by Bill Bosker  Bible passage Colossians 3:1-24; Colossians 3:1-4

The Christian life is a transformed life, starting with a renewed mind. Christ’s priorities become our priorities as our mind is more aligned with Christ’s. We are also a work in progress, under construction. When Christ, to whom we are connected by faith, returns, we will be like Jesus and have a glorious, Christ-like resurrection

Developing a Wise Temperament

Date 13th May 2018  by Bill Bosker  Bible passage Ephesians 4:17-32

This Mother’s Day we will focus on an aspect of living well in God’s world. Mums need a wise temperament in raising a family, juggling dozens of responsibilities. Whether we are younger or older, single or married, male or female, a wise temperament is good for us and the people around us. Temperament is a

Gather Together

Date 06th May 2018  by JK  Bible passage Hebrews 10:21-25

As a church, we have said that Gathering people to Christ is a central part of who we are and what we do as a Church. But why? Why can’t we just stream Jim’s message from the comfort of your homes? Why do we have to gather together as a church? In a modern society

Our Generous Father – Audacious Prayer

Date 06th May 2018  by Bill Bosker  Bible passage Luke 18:1-8; Luke 11:1-11

How bold are your prayers? Boldness in prayer is an uncomfortable thought for many. We think of speaking softly to God, humbling ourselves before God, or having a chat with God … but agonizing before God? Storming Heaven with prayers? Pounding on the door of the Most High? Wrestling with God? Isn’t such prayer irreverent?

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New Life in the Spirit

Date: 17 March 2019, 10:03 by Load Audio & Video

We have seen over the last few weeks that sin doesn’t belong in the life of the follower of Jesus. However, last week we also saw that we will struggle with sin in this life. So how do we struggle? What are our tools to fight off sin in the hour of temptation and as

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Paul’s Task

Date: 24 March 2019, 18:03 by Load Audio & Video

In the last two sermons on Colossians we have seen how Paul has given thanks for the church in Colossae. Epaphras has reported to Paul of the great faith in Jesus, and their love for each other. Paul now continues to rejoice in his suffering for the ministry to the Colossians, and to explain a

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Torn Between the Old and the New

Date: 10 March 2019, 10:03 by Load Audio & Video

Over the last two weeks we have seen that, having been rescued from sin, a should not go on deliberately living in sin. We have been set free from after all. But, have we? If we are honest that is not our daily experience. In￾deed we often find ourselves doing things we know are wrong.

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Discipleship – Making New Disciples

Date: 17 February 2019, 10:02 by Load Audio & Video

Before Jesus returned to heaven he gave his disciples a mission, ‘go into all nations and make disciples.’ This was a mission they passed onto those new disciples and therefore onto us. But what does that look like for the average Christian? Not all of us are gift￾ed to be evangelists, but we do have

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The Arrival of Death

Date: 07 April 2019, 10:04 by Load Audio & Video

This week we begin a brief Easter series that will lead us to the great passage that examines Jesus’ victory over death for us (1 Cor 15). To get there however, we need to ask the question, ‘where has death come from?’ That takes us right back to the beginning of history. Adam and Eve

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