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The life of Paul -The Barnabas effect

The life of Paul -The Barnabas effect

June 6, 2021

Barnabas means "Son of encouragement". Join us as we continue Paul's story and see how Barnabas encouraged and helped Paul on his mission.

Discerning God’s will for my new year
You Do Not Know What Tomorrow Will Bring.
The Two Lost Sons

The Two Lost Sons

November 15, 2020

A look at Jesus' most famous parable. Luke 15:11-32

Me and my big mouth

Me and my big mouth

November 8, 2020

The purpose of the book of James is to show us the difference between a mere profession and a real possession of faith. Yet James also sees a link between our speech and who we truly are. The effects of your speech ultimately can direct your life and change the lives others. 

A Disruptive Faith

A Disruptive Faith

October 25, 2020

Apparently 80% of South Africans claim to be Christians.

 

That statistic doesn't account for 'cultural Christianity' though. This is a type of unintentional Christianity, where you identify as 'Christian' the same way you might identify as South African or Indian. It doesn't really demand anything from you, except perhaps that you get married in a church and occasionally wear a cross as an accessory.

 

The reality however is that although Jesus loves you enough to accept you as you are, He loves you too much to let you stay the way you are.

 

Real Christianity disrupts and demands everything.

The Life of David: A King in Awe

The Life of David: A King in Awe

August 23, 2020

"The world will never starve for want of wonders, but for want of wonder." GK Chesterton David had no want of wonder. He marveled at the splendor of creation and loved the Creator all the more for it. What can we learn from Israel's greatest psalmist about enchantment in a disenchanted age?

Davids Troubles with Sons and Others A baffled king with a broken hallelujah.

Davids Troubles with Sons and Others A baffled king with a broken hallelujah.

August 16, 2020

It is easy to exaggerate David; he was (and is) a charismatic figure, who very quickly looms larger than life in the eyes of his admirers. Michelangelo sculpted in marble what most Christians have carved in their imaginations, a flawless David. But the biblical text does not give us a flawless David. It is absolutely essential that we acquire a sense of our common God-created, Jesus-saved, and Spirit-blessed selves that is unedited, unabridged, and unblinking. These final episodes in the David story ensures we get the whole story - of him and of us.

Encountering Jesus The essence of living a beautiful life

Encountering Jesus The essence of living a beautiful life

August 16, 2020

The concept of sin has become quite controversial in contemporary culture. Not only has it been misunderstood, but also misused by many. On Sunday morning we will look how a Scriptural view of sin helps us to live the life we were always meant to live.

When Heroes Fall The Bathsheba Affair

When Heroes Fall The Bathsheba Affair

August 9, 2020

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.

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