Jesus shows God’s kingdom and he is the one that grows it. Our role is simply to listen to him
John was an ordinary man who fell in love with an extraordinary man named Jesus. He shows us Jesus was a real man who really loved us and made a way for us to dwell with him forever.
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.
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 8:27-38 | Preacher: Ray Galea | Series: Half Truths | Third mantra of the model world: Be True To Yourself. In what sense is it true and in what sense is it false?
Bible Text: Mark 2:13-17 | Preacher: Dan Lee | Series: Christmas 2018
Bible Text: Mark 2:1-12 | Preacher: Ray Galea | Series: Nothing He can't Forgive | Jesus demonstrates both his authority to forgive and how our greatest need is to be forgiven.
Bible Text: Mark 12:28-34 | Preacher: Brandon Bonnici | Series: The Most Important Thing | Our lives are precious. Jesus tells us here that the most important thing to give our lives to is loving God with all that we have. But there is a more important thing revealed here than simply ticking the box.
Bible Text: Mark 14:32-42 | Preacher: Ray Galea | Series: What If We Really Believed? | Jesus' prayer in Gethsemane (Mark 14:36) provides a pattern for all of us to pray.
1. Abba Father.
2 There is nothing our Dad can't do.
3. Father, get me out of here.
4. Father knows best.