In this weeks look into Acts, we see a church united in prayer and holding in high importance the witness of the resurrected Jesus.
Read ahead Acts 1: 12-26
Life doesn’t always land the way we would like. For the Christian, the cut can sting a little more because we know we’re God’s children – shouldn’t things land well for us? When the hard times come, we have the opportunity to look back and remember God provided for us in our largest problem yet. We can trust him, in faith that he knows exactly what he’s doing.Watch The Recording
Jesus calls God’s children away from old habits and into new habits.
He can do that because he grants new hearts that point away from old behaviour that is destructive and sets those hearts on a new life that actively pursues God! Sounds ripper in theory, right?! Here’s the truth: Our outside gives away what’s really going on ‘inside’. Are we really pursuing the godly change that Christ offers? What does your outside reveal? Read ahead Eph 4:17-32.
Jesus has shown his infinite power by demonstrating his eternal presence, his part in creation, and his role in salvation. If he is able to do such great feats, we can surely trust that he knows what he is doing with us and our problems. Read ahead John1: 1-18Watch The Recording
This Sunday: Craig van Echten (Australind CRC)… Does it ever seem like your prayers ‘bounce off the ceiling?’ ‘Does your worship seem like a hamster wheel of going through the motions? Do you wonder if God is with you? How does all this relate to what we believe about the Holy Spirit? Read ahead […]Watch The Recording