2022-11-27 Sermon – Hope – Advent 2022

As we start the journey of advent, we light the first candle representing Hope. We look at the Song of Mary recorded in chapter 1 of the Gospel of Luke. Mary exalted God, even though she knew He was calling her to a difficult task, she knew that God was merciful and faithful, and thereforeContinue reading “2022-11-27 Sermon – Hope – Advent 2022”

2022-11-13 Sermon – Conversations with God

After Abraham delivered the kings of Sodom and Gomorrah, God came to him in a vision. A conversation between Abraham and God ensued. We learn form this conversation that Abraham was not afraid to tell God about his concerns. We also see that God cared for Abraham, and He was willing to listen to himContinue reading “2022-11-13 Sermon – Conversations with God”

2022-10-30 Sermon – Battleground Lessons

This Sunday we continue to look at the life of Abraham through the Kingdom life lens. This week we see Abram having to go into battle to save the life of his nephew Lot. What lessons can we learn about facing the battles of our lives and how we can do so in a godlyContinue reading “2022-10-30 Sermon – Battleground Lessons”

2022-10-02 Sermon – Rainbow Covenant

In Genesis 9 we read of the covenant God made with Noah after the flood. God gave Noah certain commands that demonstrate His love towards all of His creation. When we see the rainbow, we are reminded of the covenant God made with all living creatures, including ourselves. But a covenant is not just aContinue reading “2022-10-02 Sermon – Rainbow Covenant”

2022-09-25 Sermon – Building an Ark

As we continue journeying together through the account of Noah and the flood, let’s think about what it meant for Noah to build an ark. He obeyed God, despite the prevailing social and cultural norms. Noah was obedient to God and God provided everything he needed to build the ark. And even during the flood,Continue reading “2022-09-25 Sermon – Building an Ark”

2022-09-18 Sermon – Lessons from Noah

This week we look at Noah and the flood from a Kingdom lens perspective. Many people struggle to reconcile God’s goodness with the flood, but would a good God ignore a world filled with evil and injustice? Just as God gave Noah instructions to build an ark in order to survive His judgement, so weContinue reading “2022-09-18 Sermon – Lessons from Noah”

2022-08-28 Sermon – Cain and Abel

The first death on earth was not due to natural causes. It was a result of murder. Join me this week as we continue to explore Genesis from a Kingdom perspective. In the story of Cain and Abel, we see that God goes out of His way to restore Cain into a right relationship withContinue reading “2022-08-28 Sermon – Cain and Abel”

2022-08-21 Sermon – Figuring out the Fall

This Sunday we continue our series by looking at the fall with a Kingdom lens perspective. What lessons can we learn from the experiences of Adam and Eve? How can we avoid the mistakes made at the fall?

2022-08-07 Sermon – Creation and the Kingdom

This Sunday join us as we look at the Creation story through the lens of the Kingdom life. We can only begin to believe in the Blessed be’s if we know they are grounded in the Let it be’s of the Creation story.

2022-07-24 Sermon – Enter but Watch Out!

In this final instalment in the series on Jesus’ sermon on the mount in Matthew chapters 5, 6 and 7, Jesus commands us to enter by the narrow Gate, but to watch out for false prophets and false disciples. And in His closing parable in this awesome sermon, Jesus shows us how to build ourContinue reading “2022-07-24 Sermon – Enter but Watch Out!”