Jesus once told a super weird parable, that can be badly summarized as follows: The good news is that you will get bags of gold, the bad news is, if you don't do anything with it, you'll be killed. The good news though, is that if you do use it, you get to become a mayor of a city. The bad news however, is that if you have little, that will also be taken from you. If you are confused, we hope to see you Sunday evening at Dialoog.
With the current racial tension here in South Africa and globally, Miroslav Volf's magnus opus is more relevant today than ever before. It is however a tough read, which is why we want to wrestle through it in community.
People are often surprised at how sinful Biblical “heroes” are. Even King David, 'a man after God's own heart', commits a truly vile sin. Although David's spiritual destruction is infamous and there for all to see, the story doesn't end there.
We often think of Jesus only as the man who was born in Bethlehem. We might even think that He only started to exist at His birth. However, in some portion of Scripture we are confronted with the Jesus before the manger as well. A clear example in the New Testament is John 1. Join us on Sunday as we encounter the Jesus who was before the manger, and Who is after the manger as well.
Bishop Vincent Mathews on Biblical Justice vs Social Justice Johan speaks to our Pentecostal friend, Vincent Mathews on a number of controversial issues.
People were praying, people were expectant, and suddenly the Holy Spirit descended on the first followers of Jesus. This week we will take a look at what this unexpected story means and the profound potential it can unlock in our lives. The Spirit has come, let's meet Him together