Welcome to our online podcast messages, where you can listen to the latest Sunday message or catch up on one you missed. We pray you are encouraged in your walk with God as you listen.
Abraham heard the call of God to leave the safe and familiar to walk where he had never walked before. He was called out of his old ways, old worship and old gods to trust the Lord and walk into all he was called to. At the beginning of 2019 will we hear and respond to God’s…
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…
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)
As we get closer to celebrating Jesus birth, Dave explores Matthew’s account of the lead up to Jesus arrival, considering how Joseph’s example of obedience relates to us in 2018 and how Emmanuel – “God with us” – is still true today!
This morning Jonathan encourages us to look again at the Christmas message where good news is proclaimed to all. Look again at the Good News and discover the Joy, the declaration of peace and message of hope we are invited into this Christmas. (Luke 2:2-8)
In encouraging us to have a ‘faith that works’, James challenges us to have a faith that prays.. and prays again. A challenging and hopeful message on the place of healing, forgiving and enduring prayer. (James 5:13-20)
Reading from James 4:13-5:12, Peter Nodding encourages us to we commit all we are and all we will do into God’s hand not presuming or taking life for granted but trusting in His compassion and mercy.
Continuing the Faith that Works series in James 3:13-4:10, Jonathan challenges us in the expression and outworking of our faith. Who is the source of our wisdom and is that walked out humbly in our lives? Do we wage war or bring peace to our relationships. Do we walk humbly before God having a faith that is wise…
Marking the 372nd year of the church, Jonathan challenges and encourages us that change is here to say and pruning precedes fruitfulness, before inviting us to see and be a part of what God is and wanting to do in our church and community. Listen in to find out more.
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