Today is the third Sunday of Advent and we focus on the theme of Joy. There is a difference between worldly Joy and Godly Joy. In today’s sermon we learn how to tell the difference and how to access the fulness of Joy God promises.
Today is the second Sunday of Advent and our theme is Peace. Throughout scripture we find a pattern for peace. If the people of God follow it, they will thrive. That doesn’t mean we won’t have trials but we will find that living under the loving direction of the Prince of Peace will make ourContinue reading “2020-12-06 Sermon – Patterns of Peace”
This week we look at the account of Ruth in scripture. Ruth’s faithfulness is meant to point us to God’s faithfulness to us. Like Boaz was Ruth’s kinsmen redeemer, so Jesus is our kinsmen redeemer. Ruth ran toward God and this allowed God to be at work within her situation. Ruth is an inspiration.
This week we look at the incredible story of Jonah. While at first one might think the focus is on the people of Nineveh one soon discovers that the story is actually about the heart of the Prophet who is struggling with the mystery of God’s mercy and justice.
Last week we looked at the essentials we need to pack in our faith back pack. Today Paul gives the Philippians and us one last set of instructions for our faith journeys. Paul sets out a number of filters we need to consider as we consume information. Filters that will help us to have theContinue reading “2020-10-25 Sermon – Mind Filters”
In today’s sermon we hear from Paul about the peace of God that passes all understanding and that guards our hearts and minds in Christ Jesus. On the journey of faith just, like on a long camping trip, one must consider carefully how you pack your backpack. Paul teaches us what to fill our backpacksContinue reading “2020-10-18 Sermon – Peace”
This Sunday we continue on with our sermon series in Philippians by looking at the end of Chapter 2 and Chapter 3.
Welcome to our Sunday Service. This week we continue with our sermon series in Philippians by looking at chapter 2:12-18. In this passage Paul encourages the Philippians to remember who they represent when relationships become messy. He gives great practical advice that we can apply in life today.
This Sunday we continue on with our sermon series in Philippians with chapter 2:1-11. In this part of his letter Paul encourages the church to focus on aspects of the Trinity and from God’s example build a Trinitarian Church. This will not only glorify God but make them strong and able to face anything theContinue reading “2020-09-27 Sermon – A Trinitarian Church”
Today, Neville brings a sermon on God’s Unlikely People. It doesn’t matter who you are, where you are from or what you do, God can use you!