Term 2 2018 Sermon Series

Term 2 2018 Sermon Series

I wonder if you’ve ever heard someone say, “I wish we could go back to just how it was in the early church!” Imagine hearing Peter preach on the day of Pentecost, seeing Paul raise a young man back to life, and witnessing many put their faith in Jesus for the first time. But all was not perfect and worthy of imitation. Indeed, I expect Paul might have replied to such a longing, “have you met the Corinthian Christians?!”

In 1 Corinthians Paul writes to answer their questions and address some of the difficulties in the church. Join us in Term 2 as we look at Paul's letter to the Corinthians. You can download 'The toxic church' bible study books, or you can listen to the weekly sermons here.


 Term 1 2018 Sermon Series

Term 1 2018 Sermon Series

Welcome to the “Jesus Is ______.” series

The Bible teaches that Jesus is for us. He has not abandoned us in our sins but gave His life as a ransom for many.

Join us in Term 1 as we unpack who Jesus is. You can download our Jesus Is___ Study Books, or you can listen to the weekly sermons here.

 


 Term 4 2017 Sermon Series

Term 4 2017 Sermon Series

In 1 Peter we are encouraged to stand firm and persevere, even though life will be difficult for us as we stand against the tide as Christians.
Peter's profound theological statement about our true identity - being citizens of Heaven - rings true not only for those early exiled Christians in Rome withstanding challenging social and political temperatures, but also for us in our modern Western context.


Join us in Term 4 as we unpack the letter of 1 Peter together. You can download our 1 Peter Bible Study Books, or you can listen to the weekly sermons here.


 Term 3 2017 Sermon Series

Term 3 2017 Sermon Series

The Old Testament books of 1 and 2 Samuel follow the rise and fall of Saul and David, the first 2 kings crowned over God's people. As we study the book of 2 Samuel, our focus will be on king David, a figure who looms large over the rest of the Bible.
2 Samuel, like many of the narrative sections of the Bible, can prove difficult to understand. This is not to say it is difficult to read: there is enough blood-shed, conspiracy and scandal to keep us interested. However, you can come away from the various stories feeling you may have missed the key message.

If you'd like to dig a little deeper into 2 Samuel with us this term, why not download our 2 Samuel Bible Study Books, or 2 Samuel Quiet Times. You can also listen to the weekly sermons here.