January 24, 2021

Craig Verdouw, Sermons

This weekend we move to arguably the most famous Psalm in the Bible. A Psalm, so well known it’s even made into secular cinema. But why is it so famous? Because of its claims of refreshment + protection. Rest + safety. Care + provision. 2 of the most sought after treasures to be found in

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January 11, 2021

Craig Verdouw, Sermons

This week we look at (and listen to) Psalm 116. Psalms carry truth, emotion and teaching in equal measure – this week we hope to listen in on the argument that this Psalm presents: that from God, comes our deliverance, both physically and spiritually in Christ eternally and in our day to day struggles. Why

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January 3, 2021

Craig Verdouw, Sermons

Well, we’ve clicked over into a New Year…. so Happy New Year! Speaking of being happy, we’re kicking off the new year with a 2 month series in the Psalms, and our opening psalm begins with this very word: “blessed,” which quite often translates as “happy.” What we have in Psalm 1 this week is

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December 20, 2020

Craig Verdouw, Sermons

In the 3 weeks leading up to Christmas [wooo!] we’ve been looking at the 3 “I came not to’s” of Jesus. This week, we will be reading up on our Lord + King who said “I came not to bring peace to the earth, but a sword.” Yeeesh! That doesn’t sound like a very good entry,

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December 14, 2020

Craig Verdouw, Sermons

This is incredible, I hope you can see it: Jesus offers us salvation, not condemnation; rescue, not judgment. What does it look like to accept it? Does this mean Jesus lets us stay as we are? No. He takes us where we are at, and lifts us up, and pushes us forward. As a church,

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