Sermons Current Series Galatians is one of the most compact but explosive books in the New Testament. As such, it has always been near the centre of debates... whether they are about ethics, faith and public life, a Christian view of Israel's scriptures or faith vs. works. Throughout this series, we will learn how the simple message of the gospel can cause huge transformations in the lives of people and how a life of walking in the Spirit results in loving ourselves and others well.
Galatians: Freedom Through Christ Faith in Faithlessness: 2 Kings Serpents & Doves Hey, Jude Hidden Figures: 8 Significant Women in the Life & Lineage of Jesus The Pursuit: God's Steadfast Love Back To the Start: Amos Hope for the Holidays Colossians: Greater Than... Uncomfortable: The Awkward and Essential Challenge of Christian Community Stranger Kings 2 The Bible DOESN'T Say That Song of Songs: Advice on Love from Solomon Fear Not Reclaiming REVELATION Elijah: Bold Faith Your Kingdom Come Pray Like This He Shall Be Called... Unleashed: Living & Walking in the Gifts of the Spirit Wisdom: A Blueprint for Living The Nine: Fruits of the Spirit Isaiah: A New Day Dawning Four Small Words: A Simple Way to Understand the Bible Songs of Christmas The Shape of the Kingdom: I Thessalonians Four Significant Stones Divided Kingdom: 2 Samuel Messy Church The Genius of Generosity What Shall I Give Him? Mirror, Mirror: Reflections in the Book of James Games & Thrones: I Samuel (UN)INTENTIONAL: Learning to Live On Purpose Why, God: Good Questions about Bad Things Hosea: Lost & Found Hope: More Than A Wish The Church Just Wants My Money Identity: Seven Things That Make You Unique Crossing Over: Life on the Edge of Faith Stuck: Gaining Spiritual Traction Red Letters: What If Jesus Really Meant What He Said? Upside Down: Living the Transformed Life Nudge Stiff Competition: No Pain, No Gain Exodus Taste & See: A Journey Through the Psalms Holy Matrimony The Gospel Now Is The Time The Miracle of Christmas Lord, Teach Us To Pray Back to Basics Beginnings II: The Story Continues Ambition: The Good, The Bad, The Holy But Now - The Greatest Words Ever Spoken (Romans 2-6) Beginnings Counterfeit Gods Watch, Wait, Go - 2 & 3 John The Wisdom of Friendship Cast of Characters
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What is true wisdom and how do you acquire it? Regardless of your age or background, this family-friendly summer teaching series in I Kings & Proverbs will explore the life of Solomon for answers to the questions wise people have been asking for centuries.
But the Holy Spirit produces this kind of fruit in our lives: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control" (Galatians 5:22-23) But how do we actually grow these 9 things in our lives?
The words of Isaiah ring out to people who have known both the best and the worst of times in their own lives and who are in need of hope, healing and comfort. If you hold on, there’s a new day dawning...
Let’s be honest... the Bible is not an easy book to read! But what if you could understand, communicate and articulate the Great Big Story God is telling in the Bible in just Four Small Words?
In the first two chapters of his gospel account, the Christmas story is told by Luke in a very intriguing way. The best news humankind ever received was declared in song.