Acts

 Some have suggested the book of The Acts of the Apostles should really be called “The Acts of the Holy Spirit” for it is all about the church being founded, being led and directed by the Holy Spirit. This series will explore how the Spirit continues Jesus' mission through empowering, sending and using his church to establish his Kingdom throughout the world, starting in Jerusalem.

Some have suggested the book of The Acts of the Apostles should really be called “The Acts of the Holy Spirit” for it is all about the church being founded, being led and directed by the Holy Spirit. This series will explore how the Spirit continues Jesus' mission through empowering, sending and using his church to establish his Kingdom throughout the world, starting in Jerusalem.

Kingdom Come

 What is the Kingdom of God? s the Kingdom of God real? Where is it going to be established? When will it come? How does it affect us? How can we prepare for it? The kingdom of God is synonymous with the kingdom of heaven. It is the central theme of Jesus’ teaching and the foundational message of the Church founded by Him through His disciples.The concept of the kingdom of God takes on various shades of meaning in different passages of Scripture.We explore its meaning in this 4 part series

What is the Kingdom of God? s the Kingdom of God real? Where is it going to be established? When will it come? How does it affect us? How can we prepare for it? The kingdom of God is synonymous with the kingdom of heaven. It is the central theme of Jesus’ teaching and the foundational message of the Church founded by Him through His disciples.The concept of the kingdom of God takes on various shades of meaning in different passages of Scripture.We explore its meaning in this 4 part series

Genesis

 The golden thread of Genesis is God’s revelation of himself and His plan for us. It displays His love and mercy and grace, clearly seen in creation, relationship, rescue and restoration; and unveiling his unlimited power and authority. It’s the story of his desire for the whole world to know him and be loved by Him. It continually propels us out for His purpose and His glory.

The golden thread of Genesis is God’s revelation of himself and His plan for us. It displays His love and mercy and grace, clearly seen in creation, relationship, rescue and restoration; and unveiling his unlimited power and authority. It’s the story of his desire for the whole world to know him and be loved by Him. It continually propels us out for His purpose and His glory.

Who Is This Man?

 One of the questions most often asked about Jesus in the Gospels is “Who is this man?” From his disciples, religious officials and teachers, to even the people of Jesus’ hometown who knew Him best and saw Him grow up amongst them asked this question. This question is still today the most common question asked about Jesus. Whether viewed face-to-face or through the lens of history, the question remains the same: “Who is this man?”

One of the questions most often asked about Jesus in the Gospels is “Who is this man?” From his disciples, religious officials and teachers, to even the people of Jesus’ hometown who knew Him best and saw Him grow up amongst them asked this question. This question is still today the most common question asked about Jesus. Whether viewed face-to-face or through the lens of history, the question remains the same: “Who is this man?”

Who(se) Am I

 We are familiar with the term 'identity crisis', a term that refers to an internal conflict or search for identity. We experience this as we seek a clearer sense of self and an understanding of our role in society. And, just as we search for a sense of self in society, we also constantly struggle in a search for a clearer sense of who we are in Christ. This 3 part series brings truth that we are accepted, secure and significant.

We are familiar with the term 'identity crisis', a term that refers to an internal conflict or search for identity. We experience this as we seek a clearer sense of self and an understanding of our role in society. And, just as we search for a sense of self in society, we also constantly struggle in a search for a clearer sense of who we are in Christ. This 3 part series brings truth that we are accepted, secure and significant.

I AM

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When Jesus used the phrase "I AM," He made specific revelations regarding His identity and nature. These revelations made it clear to all that He was claiming to be much more than a rabbi or prophet; Jesus claimed to be the Messiah—God in human form. This series explores the seven references in John's Gospel, that Jesus makes of Himself using "I am."

Psalms

 The book of Psalms expresses worship. Throughout its many pages, Psalms encourages its readers to praise God for who He is and what He has done. The Psalms illuminate the greatness of our God, affirm His faithfulness to us in times of trouble, and remind us of the absolute centrality of His Word. The portrayal of worship in the Psalms offers us glimpse after glimpse of hearts devoted to God, individuals repentant before Him, and lives changed through encounters with Him.

The book of Psalms expresses worship. Throughout its many pages, Psalms encourages its readers to praise God for who He is and what He has done. The Psalms illuminate the greatness of our God, affirm His faithfulness to us in times of trouble, and remind us of the absolute centrality of His Word. The portrayal of worship in the Psalms offers us glimpse after glimpse of hearts devoted to God, individuals repentant before Him, and lives changed through encounters with Him.

Paul's Prayers

One way that each of us can grow in our prayer life is to model our prayers after a mature believer. Besides observing the prayers of Christ, there may be no better person to turn to as a prayer model than the Apostle Paul. Paul recorded many Spirit-inspired prayers throughout the thirteen New Testament books he authored. This series explores how praying and learning from his prayers can help us deepen and strengthen our prayer lives by gazing deep into the soul of the passionate apostle who said, “I count everything as loss because of the surpassing worth of knowing Christ Jesus my Lord”

Acts

Some have suggested the book of The Acts of the Apostles should really be called “The Acts of the Holy Spirit” for it is all about the church being founded, being led and directed by the Holy Spirit. This series will explore how the Spirit continues Jesus' mission through empowering, sending and using his church to establish his Kingdom throughout the world, starting in Jerusalem.

Rands & Sense

 Overspending, unsecured lending, corrupton and money troubles seem to be the order of the day. Living beyond our means has become a growing phenomenon in our naton – ofen to the detriment of family life and even to the point of compromising the law. This series aims to equip us with a biblical approach to how we earn, save and spend our money – and how we give it away

Overspending, unsecured lending, corrupton and money troubles seem to be the order of the day. Living beyond our means has become a growing phenomenon in our naton – ofen to the detriment of family life and even to the point of compromising the law. This series aims to equip us with a biblical approach to how we earn, save and spend our money – and how we give it away

Please note that due to technical problems experienced with the recording equipment, Part 3 of this series is unavailable.

Overspending, unsecured lending, corrupton and money troubles seem to be the order of the day. Living beyond our means has become a growing phenomenon in our naton – ofen to the detriment of family life and even to the point of compromising the law. This series aims to equip us with a biblical approach to how we earn, save and spend our money – and how we give it away

Get Set

 The calendar is a great grace to us in that it allows for us to make some decisions that have seriously long term benefits – eternal benefits in fact. We get to make some short term decisions about how we spend our time, talent and treasure in 2017 that can affect the kingdom of God. The point of our existence is not the pursuit of happiness but rather to fulfill that which God has planned for us. This means that our lives are best spent when we do what God wants us to do rather than just pursuing our best life in terms of pleasure, leisure and worldly success.

The calendar is a great grace to us in that it allows for us to make some decisions that have seriously long term benefits – eternal benefits in fact. We get to make some short term decisions about how we spend our time, talent and treasure in 2017 that can affect the kingdom of God. The point of our existence is not the pursuit of happiness but rather to fulfill that which God has planned for us. This means that our lives are best spent when we do what God wants us to do rather than just pursuing our best life in terms of pleasure, leisure and worldly success.