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”
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”
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”
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?
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.
Today we celebrate Carey Sunday. For over 95 years, Carey has helped to form men and women for ministry. John writes for many of us the last two years have felt at times like a wilderness. Perhaps, like the people of Israel in exile, you have felt displaced, discouraged, disoriented, disillusion and doubtful. In IsaiahContinue reading “2022-07-31 Sermon – God is doing a New Thing”
A kingdom heart understands that it is better to find our worth in God, and not in man. So whether we do good to the needy or whether we are praying to God, a kingdom heart does this with the truth of God in mind, and does not fall into the trap of self-adoration.
What does the Kingdom life have to say to us when we mourn? God has a response to all of our life situations even the difficult ones. Join us this morning as we unpack how God comforts and what we can do to seek it from Him.
This Sunday we look at Jesus’ teaching on marriage and divorce. We continue to learn what to do in real life circumstances if we are to have a righteousness that is greater than the Pharisees and the Scribes.
This Sunday we look at anger and what part it has to play in Kingdom life. God like us experiences anger but the difference is His is righteous. Today we learn how to look at our anger from a more Godly perspective and how the Holy Spirit can help us to learn how to copeContinue reading “2022-05-22 Sermon – Anger”