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This year's February launch series is titled: On A Mission - Following God into a Life of Purpose.
This first message focuses on God's big agenda in the universe and the call join Him in his purposes.
Guest Preacher Mark Westhuyzen
Kicking of 2019 with Psalms of Summer: Mix Tape Vol. 2, we continue the series with Psalm 96. In this Psalm, the writer calls the world to worship God as the one true King and Creator of the world because he alone is worthy.
Kicking of 2019 with Psalms of Summer: Mix Tape Vol. 2, we continue the series with Psalm 130. In this Psalm, the writer contemplates the mind boggling truth that God is everywhere - the one inescapable reality of our lives.
Kicking of 2019 with Psalms of Summer: Mix Tape Vol. 2, we begin the series with the beautiful and profound Psalm 130. The Psalm marks the journey from despair over sin, taking hold of forgiveness, waiting on God in faith, and testimony to the watching world of the goodness and character of his saviour.
Like the farmers in the country can watch the approaching rain move steadily closer, so the people of God can watch with certainty as His promises approach their fulfillment.
As we move into Advent season, we turn our focus to the coming of Jesus, that "good news of great joy" spoken of by the angels (Luke 2:10). This first message focuses on the Old Testament promises of God made about the coming of Christ.
As a prequel to our upcoming "Dawn of Joy" advent series, Pastor Matt takes a look at the importance of joy to the Christian faith.
Feeding on the Word of God.
Acts 15 represents the early church encountering their first theological conundrum: what exactly is a Christian? What does one have to do to become one?
This week in part 2, we focus on the second part to the complication: what are Christian's supposed to do with the Law of Moses?
What is it exactly that makes someone a Christian? Or to ask the question another way, what exactly must one do to become one? This is the question at the centre of the church's first theological storm addressed at the council of Jerusalem.
On their first missionary journey, Paul preach the gospel in the towns of Iconium, Lystra and Derbe, and encounter both faith and resisitence to their message
Acts 13 marks the beginning of Paul and Barnabas’ first missionary journey, where they encounter both opposition and joyful faith of those who hear the message of the life, death and resurrection of Jesus.
This we return back to the book of Acts as a church and pick up the story of the early church in chapter 13. Paul and Barnabas are sent by the church of Antioch - marking the start of a new chapter in the life of the early church in their global mission.
Unfortunately due to technical difficulties, there is no audio from this week.