Sermons on Luke

Return to the Place of Worship

Reading from Luke 2:41-52 Jonathan challenges us in our awareness of Jesus. Are we sometimes like Mary and Joseph losing track of Jesus? Does Jesus get crowded out by what is happening around us? If we ever lose something we are often told where did you last have it/see it. By returning to the place of worship not only…

Awe and Wonder

Looking at the birth of Jesus from the shepherds perspective, Dianne challenges us to be in awe and wonder of Jesus. In the modern era where everything vies for our attention, it is so easy to be distracted. This Christmas, take time to be in awe and wonder of who Jesus is. Luke 2:8-20)

Church on Mission

Reviewing and recapping some of the church on mission series, Jonathan encourages us to travel light, casting off the weights and sin that hinder, and to realize that the testimony of what God has done in us counts and is powerful.

Coming home to the Father

God is our good, good Father. This morning, Jonathan encourages us in the extravagant love of the Father.  His love doesn’t force but it does follow. He gives of Himself that we may know Him, come to our senses and come home to the Father. Luke 15:11-31,

Fishers of Men

We are believing to see God’s salvation at work in our lives. Jesus is inviting us to let Him in our boat, to let Him direct our boat and to fill the boat as we work together by God’s grace and provision to see many saved. He is calling as Fishers of Men. Luke 5:1-1  

Good News for all

Dave shares with us the Good News announced to lowly shepherds on a hillside.  We too have received Good News, the Good News that we need – Jesus is our saviour Luke 2:1-20

Blessed because you believe

Reading from Luke 1: 26-38. Jonathan talks about the announcement from Gabriel to Mary that she would carry Christ. Just as Mary was blessed because she believed, may we also believe in the word of salvation to us and walk in that blessing as carriers of Christ.