In this week’s Sermon we look at John 16:5-15. Jesus tells the disciples what to expect when He leaves. They are overcome by grief and so do not ask the right question. Jesus challenges them to focus on what will come after He leaves. The answer is truly wonderful!
In this week’s sermon Jesus warns and teaches his disciples about the persecution they are to expect by being followers of His. We look at His core teachings and how we as the church can be prepared for when we face persecution now and in the future.
In today’s sermon we learnt what it means to be connected to the True Vine. The importance of obedience came to light once again. It is only through obedience that we keep our connection to God. We will also look at Jesus’ challenge to us to love each other.
Today we continue with our sermon series in John and look at Chapter 14:15-31. In this passage the role of the Father, Son and Spirit are unpacked for us and we begin to see how each person helps us to unite heart and will. We learn that the secret weapon Jesus uses to defeat theContinue reading “2021-01-31 Sermon – If you love Me, you would…”
Good morning Church family Isn’t it wonderful to be a part of a Church family! Hebrews 10:24-25 says “And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds, not giving up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging one another—and all the more asContinue reading “Friday, 29 January 2021 – Together”
Today we pick up a sermon series in John we began last year and look at John 14:1-14. Following on from last week’s sermon and Jesus’ teaching on preparedness and not to worry, we look at how we can begin to learn how to control our emotions. A divided heart that has been taught toContinue reading “2021-01-24 Sermon – An Undivided Heart”
Over the break I have been reflecting on God’s perfect timing. Thinking about God’s timing brings up many questions for us in our Christian journey. Join me as I unpack the differences between our timing and God’s timing and how we can move into a better place in our daily walk with Jesus.
Today Robyn Mellar-Smith brings a message on Faith in everyday life drawing in Romans 5:1-11. Through Faith in Christ, we belong to God and it is by having our identity and belonging in Christ that we can face the trials in our everyday faith journeys.
This Sunday we hear from guest speaker Brian Krum who is the Baptist Youth Team Leader. Brian brings us a sermon on the subject of Faith. It is such an important topic for us to hear as we leave behind 2020 and usher in 2021. Last year took a tremendous amount of faith to getContinue reading “2021-01-03 Sermon – Faith”
In our service this morning, Neville brings a message on planning for the future. What do walnut trees and sheep have to do with the Christian walk? Tune in to find out!