SermonsSpiritual food. Pre-recorded
The message today brought to our attention some of the essentials for Salvation. Of course, this is not meant to be comprhensive, but it surely is conclusive - we need to get to know the living Word of God through the written Word of God!
This week we had the privilege of having Neville Peter come and share with us. Please enjoy his children's story, special music and sermon. "You can't have love without righteousness, and you can't have righteousness without love."
Today's message was a kick in the backside - reminding us that Jesus is coming very soon and we ought to be getting ready to meet Him now! How would you live today if you knew Jesus was coming next week? Jesus wants us to be an active witness today!
Today Pr Mark shared an inspiring message that challenged us to consider that we are also stewards for both our own children, and the children of our church. Go on, have a listen and see if you aren't inspired to take your responsibility more seriously.
This week we were privileged to have our friend Pr Russ visit us. He shared a message with us about the much loved parable of the sower. Join in, you may find that you learn something you have never seen in the parable before.
Today's sermon, the last in our Stewardship series, was a practical message that challenged us to consider the value of time. Luke sandwiched some practical advice about how we can 'redeem the time' around the story of Joseph - a wise steward of opportunity.
This week Mark shared the fifth installment of our series on Stewardship. Due to having the Communion service, it was a shorter message, but no less powerful. Tune in if you are keen for the challenge!
Today's message was a very practical study about the duty that each one of us has to use our specific gifts to support God's work. Tune in with us and see if you can't find your place in the interconnected web that is God's work.
The third message in our latest series on Stewardship was a call to a lifestyle of generosity - systematic giving. We shouldn't need to be emotionally manipulated in order to give. It can be something that we incorporate into our lives. Listen along with us!
Today's message was part two of our series on stewardship and it was about finanical giving - specifically tithes and offerings. Strap yourself in and join Dave for a challenging message!
Today, For the beginning of our newest series on Stewardship, Pastor Mark brought us a really good introductory message that focused on the parable of the Talents. Mark challenged us to think about stewardship as much more than just finances, but rather taking every...
Today's message was one that will be relevant to you - either now, or some day in the future. The task... answering the question of evil in a way that gives us the robust foundation that we need to process its horrible results. Listen in with us and see if you aren't...
Unfortunately we were unable to record the sermon this Sabbath. It was a great message though, so please read the supplied outline.
Today Clive gave us a Bible Study about the voice of God. Throughout the message he outlined both the kind of response we should give God, as well as the kind that we often give Him because of sin. Let this message encourage you to train your ear to your masters...
"Evaluate before you contemplate." In today's message Michael gave us the formula for success in the Christian life. Sometimes we think that our actions are the part that we should focus on, but today we were reminded that the battle begins in the mind.
Today the message was brought to us by our resident school teacher - Mr Tregenza. In his usual, very 'teacher style' way, Kevin brought to us a beautiful presentation that encouraged us to place our total trust in the Lord, whilst at the same time reminding us what...
Got a New Year's resolution? Today Andrès challenges us not to make resolutions, but instead to enter into partnership with God. This message was one of encouragement to leave 2018 behind us (rejoicing in the triumphs & joys, and learning from the heartaches &...
Merry Christmas! Today's message was a reminder as to why a Saviour was necessary, as well as a challenge to be sure that we aren't caught unawares as were the Jews.