Faith in the Home

Date 19th May 2019  by Jim de Witte  Bible passage Colossians 3:18-4:1

Paul’s words here in Colossians are probably some of the most difficult and challenging verses in this letter to the Colossians. Laced with issues that we, in our context, bristle at. Quote these verses on social media and you will create a storm of protest. Mention wives submitting, kids obeying, and servants serving, and people

Do You Exist?

Date 19th May 2019  by Jono Deenick  Bible passage Psalm 19

Does God exist? That is probably one of the most important questions that any one of us can wrestle with. For, our answer will shape much of what think, the values we have and the purpose we see for our lives. But how do you answer a question like that? Individual experiences, while interesting, are

The Lavish Love of God

Date 12th May 2019  by Jim de Witte  Bible passage 1 John 3:1-3

It does not matter how famous or big you are in your life everyone’s mother is special for him or her. Some say it’s the most ungrateful job in the world, others claim it is the most gratifying. But the fact of the matter is that there is a lot of things our mothers do

The Before and After: What a Transformation

Date 05th May 2019  by Juhan Klooster (JK)  Bible passage Colossians 3:1-17

So far Paul has been laying the “ground rules”. He’s been explaining the “theory” and theology of; “the Son of God”, the mysteries that has been revealed, how we have been baptised with Christ, and the dangers of falling into man made ideologies. But now in chapter three he becomes super practical; Paul wants to

All Who Call On Jesus Will Be Saved

Date 05th May 2019  by Jono Deenick  Bible passage Romans 9:30-10:21

Last week we wrestled with the confronting truth, found in Romans 9, that God is utterly sovereign and free to choose for salvation whoever He wants. For us, that raises many important questions. Not least of which is, “if that is true, why does it matter what I do?” Thankfully, Paul does not finish his

In Defence of God’s Sovereignty

Date 28th April 2019  by Jono Deenick  Bible passage Romans 9:1-29

When we were last in Romans, in chapter 8, we heard that we were utterly safe in God. Those whom He has begun to save, He will glorify. Nothing can separate us from His love. However, that raises a question, what about Israel? Didn’t God choose them? Didn’t He adopt them as His children? And

Death Defeated for Us

Date 21st April 2019  by Jim de Witte  Bible passage Luke 24:1-12; 1 Corinthians 15:50-57

The video played during the sermon is available at: Peter Hitchens says that the most dangerous idea in human history is the belief that Jesus Christ rose from the dead. Why? Because it changes everything. It demonstrates that Jesus not only as the one who died for our sins but that He rose victorious

When Death Seems To Win

Date 19th April 2019  by Jono Deenick  Bible passage Mark 14:43-15:39

As we trace the events of 2000 years ago, when Jesus was cruelly put to death, perhaps the most shocking thing is the way the people in the story remind us of ourselves. Their actions are more extreme that what we may have done, but we have all the same problems at least in seed

Death – Its Effect and Its Solution

Date 14th April 2019  by Ryan Hemelaar  Bible passage Ecclesiastes 2:14-19 & Hebrews 9:11-28

Death is the great big enemy that inevitably gets all of us, no matter how strong or weak we are. No matter how much money or friends we have, we can’t stop death. In this short Easter series, we have seen so far about how death came into the world through the fall. This week

The Arrival of Death

Date 07th April 2019  by Jono Deenick  Bible passage Genesis 3

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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Romans – Without Excuse

Date: 30 September 2018, 10:09 by Load Audio & Video

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

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Vision Of Things To Come

Date: 11 November 2018, 18:11 by Load Audio & Video

In chapter 7 the book of Daniel takes on a very different flavour. The rest of the book is essentially made up of a number of visions and a prayer. They are strange visions, with beasts, horns and visions into heaven. What are we to make of this sort of writing? Why is it here?

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Romans – Joyous Hope

Date: 28 October 2018, 10:10 by Load Audio & Video

How would you describe God’s attitude towards you? Given the first 3 or so chapters of Romans, you might say, ‘well at least because of Jesus’s death for me He’s not angry at me.’ And yet at times, especially in times of trial, we can doubt even that. In the first part of chapter 5

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Grow in Grace

Date: 30 December 2018, 10:12 by Load Audio & Video

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Jesus, Overcoming Evil

Date: 23 December 2018, 10:12 by Load Audio & Video

This is a sad story. Yes God rescues His son, but many babies are killed by the evil king Herod. Jesus was born into a world of evil, not to condemn it first of all, but to rescue people. To rescue people from the evil we perpetuate and are enslaved to. He came to create

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