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Jesus’ Eyes, Hands and Mouth
25, December 2020
While God is Spirit and has no body that changed when God’s Son took on flesh and permanently became one of us and one with us. Jesus is one person with two natures; truly God and truly human.
Coming To Samaria
20, December 2020
The mission heat has reached boiling point as Christians are forced to leave Jerusalem. Philip preaches the good news in Samaria where many believe. The inclusion of the Samaritans is confirmed by the gift of the Spirit witnessed by the...
Get With The Program
13, December 2020
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.
The Word Must Go On
6, December 2020
The Word ministry must not be neglected, but in order for that to happen, the church needs godly leaders to oversee other ministries in order for all to be cared for and the lost saved.
What Must I Do to Inherit Eternal Life?
Jan 17, 2021
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...
Why Are You So Afraid
Jan 10, 2021
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.
Tradition vs the Word of God
Jan 3, 2021
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...
The Birth Of Jesus Announced
Dec 25, 2020
As the angel Gabriel announces the birth of Jesus, we’re reminded why we continue to celebrate Christmas 2020 years on! And it reminds us that we may have plans, but God’s plans are the only ones that will last into...
The Witness Of Stephen
Dec 13, 2020
Persecution has been slowly ramping up against the God’s people in Acts so far. In Acts 7 it escalates to the point of death as we meet the first Christian martyr, Stephen.
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.
There are so many things that need to be done in the life of a church, but the Word of God and prayer must remain the priority.