Christ has died. Christ has risen. What next? Christ will come again. In particular, when Jesus returns, he will come to judge the living and the dead.
God’s commitment to one messy family will not and cannot stop his purposes. He is a God of not just amazing grace, but also scandalous grace.
Stephen was the first martyr. But he isn’t the last. In his dying words he issues a rousing wake up call to get on board with God's program.
Whether it’s because we’re down, depressed, dry or feeling distant with God, here is a Psalm that we can all connect with. Along the way the Psalmist gives us three very practical lessons we can all learn from.
Bible Text: Genesis 12:1-5 | Speaker: Dan Lee | Series: The Blueprint | Just as God spoke a certain word during the uncertain times of Abram, God speaks a word of certainty today. The promises he made to Abram in Genesis 12 are still being fulfilled today. What God promises, God does.
Bible Text: Genesis 6-9 | Speaker: Mark Boyley, Dan Lee | Series: The Blueprint | Is God on our side? Is He still committed to us? A look at sin, judgement and grace in light of Noah’s flood.
Bible Text: John 21:15-23 | Preacher: Dan Lee | Series: Seeing Jesus' Glory | Jesus rose. So what? John writes one more chapter to answer that question. In Peter, we’ll see how Jesus not only offers forgiveness but also his invitation to follow.
Bible Text: John 16:16-33 | Speaker: Ray Galea, Dan Lee | Series: Seeing Jesus' Glory
Bible Text: John 13:18-35 | Preacher: Dan Lee | Series: Seeing Jesus' Glory | Jesus has given a model of love. Now he gives a command to love. In the midst of a betrayal Jesus demonstrates his continuing love and the fact that he truly is in a class of his own.
Bible Text: Ruth 1:1-14 | Preacher: Dan Lee | Is it worth following Jesus in the midst of life’s disappointments? Ruth 1 answers that question as we see God put flesh on his promises through one ordinary family who walks through the messiness of life.