To finish up our series called “Don’t Waste Your Life” we take a look at the definition of missions and how we can each do our part.
We’re meant to reflect God to the world but how do we do that as sinful creatures? The sudden death of two people in the early church may just help us with the answer. Find out how to be A Glorious Reflection.
We know that as a church we are called to witness for Jesus. So what exactly is “the message” we are to take to the world?
Don’t stop there… once you have delivered “the message” how are you expecting the world to respond? What is your measure of success?
Radical Proclamation will equip you to answer these challenging questions, and in doing so more confidently deliver “the message” to your world.
God has a radical plan to reach the world. We however can choose to be a part of this plan or not. Discover how we can overcome our natural apathy to get on board with God’s radical plan.
The Word of God is portrayed in the book of Acts as an unstoppable force that goes forth and conquers hearts. Just what is this word and how can we be a part of what God is doing with it?
Martin & Chrissi Robinson share their passion and commitment to our community in their daily lives
Ian McBride & Bevan Smith shared the focus for our church in 2017. Including what the purpose of our church is, and how we can engage our community. This is Breakout 2017.
We all know someone who is relentless in their pursuit of “more” but if we were to look closely at our own lives what would that reveal about the true focus of our hearts? These days we are constantly bombarded with messages that tell us we need “more”…the latest car, a bigger TV, the trendy new appliance.…
How well do you engage with the people who surround you on a daily basis when it comes to talking about “God” things? Let’s learn from Paul’s words in Acts 17 where he had “God conversations” with all sorts of different people, from different backgrounds and different religions while visiting Athens.
Are you a “good Samaritan”? Or would you just walk on past? It is so easy today, in our often over scheduled super busy lives, to ignore those around us who need help. Or to assume that someone else will do it. But is this the attitude of a Christian heart? Listen to this message…