Easter Sunday is the day we celebrate Jesus’ victory over death, and the good news that we serve a living Lord who has brought life and immortality to light for all who trust in him.
We take a close look at the death of Jesus to find out why we remember this day as a 'Good Friday’.
Why have Christians down through the ages called the day Christ was crucified, Good Friday. Let us discover why its so good.
Over the years there has been much debate about whether the Kingdom of God is present reality or a future expectation. In his talk Neville grapples with this tension and seeks to answer this question.
What should we expect to see as we tell people about Jesus? Should we expect to see people converted? Should we expect rejection? In this prophetic parable, Jesus tells us what to expect as people come to hear his Word, and it all depends on how they listen.
The question of what we have to do to inherit eternal life could be the most important question anyone could think of, but it’s also deceptively misleading. Eternal life is a reality, but rather than focus on what we have to do, it’s far more important we recognize what God has done.
The story of the sea storm in the Gospel of Mark challenges us to recognise Jesus for who he really is and call us to respond: either in fear, or faith.
People have always asked the question, how can man relate to God? And although a number of ways are suggested, we see in the Bible only one that works. In this passage in Mark 7, Jesus takes us to the heart of the human problem and leads us to see the solution in him.
The longer we live, the more broken our lives become. In this talk, Jesus meets a woman who is completely broken - she has lost her health, money, and dignity. But in Jesus, she doesn't just find healing, she also finds freedom and peace.
Bible Text: Mark 2:1–12 | Preacher: Grant Borg | We all carry a portion of guilt around with from words we’ve regretted saying or people we’ve hurt along the way. We know Jesus came to forgive us, but is there a limit to his grace? Are there sins he won’t forgive? Have I gone too far, too often? We look at this question as we see Jesus heal a paralytic in the presence of the religious elite.