Great Things

Date 20th January 2019  by Jim de Witte  Bible passage Psalm 126

You Will Be My Witnesses

Date 20th January 2019  by Ryan Hemelaar  Bible passage Acts 1 : 1 - 11

In praise of God’s law

Date 13th January 2019  by Jono Deenick  Bible passage Psalm 119:1-32

Not many of us would write a song of praise to God’s law, especially not one as long as psalm 119, and yet the longest psalm in the Bible is just that. Why? Or perhaps a better question, what needs to change in our thinking so that we are as excited about God’s law, His

Comfort in the character and plan of God

Date 06th January 2019  by Jono Deenick  Bible passage Psalm 102

To find a psalm in which the psalmist is distressed in not unusual. What is unusual about psalm 102 is the comfort that the psalmist finds. While he does call on God to hear him, he doesn’t ask for anything else other than to continue living. He spends the whole psalm recalling who God is

Grow in Grace

Date 30th December 2018  by Jim de Witte  Bible passage 2 Peter 3:14-18

Jesus, the birth of a King

Date 25th December 2018  by Jono Deenick  Bible passage Matthew 2:1-12

A Christmas Message

Jesus, Overcoming Evil

Date 23rd December 2018  by Jono Deenick  Bible passage Matthew 2:13-23

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

Jesus, God with Us

Date 16th December 2018  by Jim de Witte  Bible passage Matthew 1:18-25

Babies are cute. They’re not supposed to inspire awe. Maybe that’s why people find it so easy to trivialise Christmas. Baby Jesus lying helpless in a manger can be viewed with mild affection. People are unlikely to be offended by a baby and it’s why they can quickly move on with life. But who is

Making Commitments to God

Date 09th December 2018  by Jono Deenick  Bible passage Psalm 101

Psalm 101 is a psalm of commitment. In line after line, David speaks to God, and those who listen, and tells Him what he will do. It almost comes across as bravado or arrogance. Yet, it’s worth asking whether this is something we should be doing? How does committing fit with grace? Do we imply

Jesus, a Promise Fulfilled

Date 09th December 2018  by Jim de Witte  Bible passage Matthew 1:1-17

If we took a survey of everyone and asked ‘What is your favourite text in the Bible?’ probably none of you would say ‘Matthew 1:1-17. Instead you are more likely to ask, ‘Why would Matthew begin his account of the life of Jesus with a boring genealogy?’ That’s a great question and one we will

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The Fight (Forge Sunday)

Date: 05 August 2018, 18:08 by Load Audio & Video

You may not realise it, but you are in a fight, a battle, but it is ‘no longer I, but Christ in me.’ As believers, we have freedom in Christ. But freedom in Christ doesn’t mean a life without conflict but it does mean the possibility of life without defeat. That is a huge encouragement

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Betrayal and Blessing

Date: 12 August 2018, 18:08 by Load Audio & Video

Mark sandwiches the beauty of the Lord’s Supper between accounts of betrayal and abandonment. As we celebrate the Lord’s Supper this evening we need to be reminded of the beauty of the supper as it is surrounded by the very people (just like us) who need the grace extended through it.

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Who Are You Reflecting?

Date: 02 September 2018, 10:09 by Load Audio & Video

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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Has God Lost

Date: 09 September 2018, 18:09 by Load Audio & Video

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

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The Holy Spirit Is Crucial

Date: 21 October 2018, 17:10 by Load Audio & Video

We don’t often talk about the Holy Spirit in Reformed circles, sometimes because we’re afraid of causing division or nervous about where it might lead. But the Holy Spirit isn’t an optional extra for Christians, He is crucial to living the new life that God has called us to. This sermon looks at why the

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