Ken looks at what Galatians 4:5 means when it says that Jesus came to ‘redeem those under the law’. He shows us that redemption means the hope of freedom, value and a promise comes to us this Christmas. This hope we have is the hope we can offer our family...
Ken starts 2019’s Christmas series looking at the power of the incarnation from Galatians 4:4.
Oceania Regional Director Joshua Opadiya shares with us the power of being loved and loving unconditionally.
Keira looks at the call of Moses and how God builds intimacy with his people through challenging times. Included in this is a growth of our capacity to love others.
On this Sunday November 10, Ken wraps up our series ‘Invite and Serve’ and looks at baptism, the sacrament of welcome, in the book of Acts and how as the fruit of inviting and serving it is a declaration for both the individual and the church.
On this Sunday November 3rd, Ken looks at three moments of inclusion in the book of Acts that saved lives and changed nations, despite difference being a barrier.
On this Sunday October 27th, Ken looks at how humans have taken a good thing in food and corrupted it but Jesus redeems our relationship with food by giving us a gospel meal. And now every meal is an opportunity to proclaim the gospel.
Ken shows how our call to hospitality isn’t arbitrary but flows from the nature of God, the God who prepares a banquet for us in the presence of our enemies and who calls the nations to feast in his presence.
Ken starts our new series, Invite and Serve. He looks at the tight connection between faith, hospitality and people being saved in the Bible and it’s implications for our engaging today. This sermon caused some confusion about Ken’s use of the First...
On this Sunday September 22, Ken concludes our series on 1 John by looking at the last two chapters. He sees three dimensions to our relationships: with God, with each other and with the world. Our faith has overcome the world but there is something more than just...