Confronted #3

Date 23rd June 2017  by Ben Peletier  Bible passage Jude 1:14-16

We are continuing our series through the book of Jude, a book written to a church facing some serious issues. From what we have learnt so far a group of leaders were trying to lead the church away from the truth. In our passage today these men sound like they would fit quite well into

Jude: Confronted #2

Date 15th June 2017  by Ben Peletier  Bible passage Jude 1:11-13

After a couple of weeks off we are picking up in the letter of Jude once again. It’s a letter written to a church facing instability and internal strife. They are a church being pulled away from the gospel by a group of selfseeking, prosperity hungry leaders who place their own interests above those of

Mark: Who’s In and Who’s Out?

Date 15th June 2017  by Jim de Witte  Bible passage Mark 9:38-41

Our inclination is to divide the world into us and them, those who are with us and those who are outside our tradition, those who are part of the group and those who are excluded. If there’s an ‘us’, there has to be a ‘them’, right? Not everybody can be on ‘our side’, so there

The Search for Meaning: The Final Word

Date 04th June 2017  by Jim de Witte  Bible passage Ecclesiastes 12:9-14

Solomon began and ended his spiritual quest by saying that without God there is no meaning or purpose to life. He kept asking is there was more to life than what we see under the sun. If there is no God, and so no final judgement then it is hard to see how anything we

The Search for Meaning: A Meaningless Life equals a Meaningless Death

Date 31st May 2017  by Ben Peletier  Bible passage Ecclestiastes 9:1-10

It is claimed that Benjamin Franklin once said the only certainties in life are death and taxes. Most of us have lived long enough to face the reality of this statement. Death is life’s great leveler and something that we will all face, but how are we to live when we know that our time

The Lord is My Shephard

Date 28th May 2017  by Ryan Hemelaar - Operation 513 Leader  Bible passage Psalm 23

Probably one of the most memorised and loved chapters in the Bible would be Psalm 23. Even though it’s only 6 verses long, it has provided great help and comfort for so many since it was penned by King David thousands of years ago. But there is a lot we can learn about ourselves and

The Legacy of Mothers and Grandmothers

Date 14th May 2017  by Jim de Witte  Bible passage 2 Timothy 1:1-7

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

Jude: Confronted #1

Date 07th May 2017  by  Bible passage

The second section in our series on Jude throws us straight into the issue that the letter addressed. There were people in the church who were actively trying to alter the gospel. People who wanted to encourage an unbiblical lifestyle and even deny Jesus sufficiency. To address this issue Jude presents his audience with some

The Search for Meaning: Wisdom

Date 07th May 2017  by Jim de Witte  Bible passage Ecclesiastes 7:1-8:1

Reading Ecclesiastes forces us to look at the world around us and ask the hard questions of life; it also forces us to look deep into our hearts and think about the things we hold as meaningful. The book forces us to take a much deeper look at life. So as we navigate our way

Jude: Called

Date 30th April 2017  by Ben Peletier  Bible passage Jude 1:1-4

Jude is one of those odd little books at the end of the Bible that people don’t often read. You can read it in ten minutes but understanding it is a whole other ball game. Jude contains some of the most challenging verses in the whole New Testament, quoting obscure non-biblical refernces and speaking of

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Date: 20 December 2015, 17:12 by aiims

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Towards Wholeness: Sleep

Date: 22 February 2015, 09:02 by aiims

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Towards Wholeness: Walking with God

Date: 15 February 2015, 09:02 by aiims

‘Walking with God Towards Wholeness in Christ’ Today I invite you to join me, walking with God, aiming at lifestyle adjustment, towards wholeness in Christ!”

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Exodus: Israel’s Cry to God

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James: Wisdom for Living

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