An Idol, A Furnace and God

Date 30th September 2018  by Jono Deenick  Bible passage Daniel 3

As foreigners in a foreign land followers of God will often find themselves under pressure to conform. At times, threats will be made and we will face loss of some kind if we don’t. How will we face that fear of loss? Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego give us an insight into how we can continue

Romans – Without Excuse

Date 30th September 2018  by Jim de Witte  Bible passage Romans 2:1-16

One of the problems we can easily slip into is a feeling of self-righteousness. We look out at the sinful world and see the grievous sins that are committed and we begin to think of ourselves as better than them. It is these attitudes that seems to be Paul’s concern as he moves into chapter

The God of Heaven

Date 23rd September 2018  by Jim de Witte  Bible passage Daniel 2

When people don’t know God it is easy to worry about the future. You wonder what will happen and it can cause a great deal of stress and anxiety. This was the case for Nebuchadnezzar. Here was the most powerful ruler of the day having bad dreams. Yet through the whole story we read of

Romans – The Result of Rejecting God

Date 23rd September 2018  by Jono Deenick  Bible passage Romans 1:18-32

In Romans last week we were reminded that the gospel is God’s power to bring salvation to all people. As we speak it to other, God will transform lives. Not only will people change their destination (hell to heaven), but God will change the way they live. The question is, why is that such good

Sowing & Reaping

Date 16th September 2018  by JK  Bible passage Galatians 6:7-10

It is a simple truth, what you sow, you will reap. If you sow apple seeds, you will grow apple trees, if you sow wheat you will harvest wheat. If you sow orange seeds you will grow oranges. Simple, but sometimes we find it more convenient to swap the simple truth for lies. We believe

Romans – The Power of God

Date 16th September 2018  by Jono Deenick  Bible passage Romans 1:8-17

Romans 1:16-17 have been called the themed verses of Paul’s letter to the Romans. There Paul declares that the gospel is God’s power for salvation. In other words, it’s through the gospel of Jesus Christ that God will change the world. But what does it look like to believe that? How would believing that shape

Has God Lost

Date 09th September 2018  by Jono Deenick  Bible passage Daniel 1

Sunday evening we begin a series in the book of Daniel. It begins with a report of God’s apparent defeat, at least that is how it would have seemed at the time. We live in a time where many claim God’s defeat. The church is on the way out, it has had it’s day. How

Romans – Called to Belong

Date 09th September 2018  by Jim de Witte  Bible passage Romans 1:1-7

Today we begin a sermon series in the book of Romans. Many people consider Romans to be Paul’s most profound, detailed explanation of the Christian faith. This morning we will look at Paul’s introduction in 1:1-7. Opening his letter, Paul talks about his credibility, his message, and his mission. All of this is intertwined in

Who Are You Reflecting?

Date 02nd September 2018  by Jono Deenick  Bible passage Ephesians 6:4

In Ephesians 6:4 Paul instructs fathers not to exasperate their chil￾dren, but to bring them up in the training and instruction of the Lord. I’m sure all of us, fathers and mothers alike think that sounds like a good idea. But how do we do it? What does that look like? Part of the answer

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Developing a Wise Temperament

Date: 13 May 2018, 10:05 by Load Audio & Video

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

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Heavenly Minded – Earthly Intentional

Date: 20 May 2018, 10:05 by Load Audio & Video

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

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Holy God

Date: 17 June 2018, 18:06 by Load Audio & Video

The image of God we see in the Bible, most notably the Old Testament prophets, is a sight to leave us in pure awe and wonder. Isaiah and Job certainly felt awe at the sight of the living God. In our modern age however, we find that God the Father and God the Son have

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A Ridiculous Scenario

Date: 10 June 2018, 18:06 by Load Audio & Video

So much happens in the week between Jesus’ triumphal entry and his death. This time we meet the Sadducees who come with a scenario meant to trap Jesus, this time religiously. The Phari- sees and Herodians had been silenced with a political question to trap Jesus, now it’s the turn of another group to try.

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God’s Grace is Sufficient

Date: 27 May 2018, 10:05 by Load Audio & Video

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

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