December 11, 2017
This Sunday: The surprising thing about the Psalms is how in such a context of dislocation there is still a breathtaking confidence in the glorious new reality God would bring. These are the songs that yearn for the Coming King: let’s sing them with everything we are.
December 4, 2017
Christianity has an incredibly powerful vision for life. It’s not always well understood, and much less lived well. But there’s the thing: the truths recovered at the reformation present a cogent and powerful rationale for loving Jesus and following him. This message will challenge you to walk with Jesus boldly, courageously and to his glory.
November 20, 2017
This Sunday: If God’s gift of life is free and comes by grace, what is the place of faith? And how does such faith challenge us when we live in a great country and have just about everything?
November 6, 2017
When we talk about ‘Grace Alone’, we’re saying that God initiates the rescue of his world and people in it. Simply put: He does not need our cooperation to make this happen. He gives it freely, and then, to the most undeserving. This has huge implications for the expectations we place on ourselves and others. […]
October 30, 2017
We all have an understanding of how life works: what we need to do to get by, how to manage difficult times, what really matters. When we talk about ‘Christ Alone’ we are actually dealing with these very things. More than a view about how we are reconciled to God, it’s about our ultimate confidence.
October 23, 2017
This Sunday we sit under the challenge of what it means to live by Scripture Alone. Hint: it’s way more than just believing something about the Bible…
October 16, 2017
When we think of the Reformation, we’ll often think of stuff like Martin Luther nailing his Theses to the church door, or the 5 “Solas”, or “Tulip”. If we’re really going to get our heads around the reformation, we first need to take a step back and listen to what God says about his amazing […]
October 9, 2017
500 years ago Martin Luther nailed 95 Theses (thoughts) to a church door in Wittenberg. The idea was to promote discussion, but his act generated such a response that the church, and the western world, were changed forever. This Sunday we’ll look at what the world was like back then, how that context was ripe […]
September 18, 2017
We tend to think our perception is an accurate indicator of reality, but this is not always the case. What’s really going on is only known completely and perfectly by God. This is why we can trust him when life take unexpected or even unwanted turns.
September 4, 2017
We’re looking at Paul’s call to prayerfully look for opportunities to share the message of Jesus. How can we do this? Where do we start? And why does it matter?