Paul called the Galatians “foolish” because they had been given this wonderful gift of life by the grace of God, and then, instead of living in his grace, they were trying to move forward through their own human effort.
As we look at the second chapter of Galatians, we’re going to discover how to experience… or re-experience… that something more in our relationship with God. Paul describes what that “something more” is, and that’s what we’ll look at today.
Today as we open up chapter 1 of Galatians we will ask the question… Who Are You Trying To Impress? Paul talks to us about the importance of being people of influence. Join us as we look at how to become people of influence
Today we will look at God’s mission for his followers and how they should impact our purpose or our values.
Today's message is significant because we'll focus on the fact that we're not here today to pay homage to a dead man. We're not here merely to remember our leader who lived so long ago. No, We're here to celebrate the fact that this Jesus who lived so lon
Today is Good Friday. In our series “Jesus Up Close and Personal” we come to a very important day. For many in our 21st century culture they have a hard time grasping the concept of blood sacrifice and why it is needed.
Today is Palm Sunday, which is the start of Holy Week, this is a day we honour and remember Jesus as the King of all Kings. Today we will look at miracles of Jesus.
Our focus today is the relationship between Jesus and his mother Mary. We will learn a little more about the humanity of Christ, and we will see an example of how parents need to relate to their children, and how children should relate to their parents.
Who here has a favourite teacher that they remember? A great teacher is one who encourages you and inspires you to become all that you can become. Join us today as we look at the Greatest Teacher Who Ever Lived.
In today’s message, we are going to examine an aspect of Christ's character that anyone can imitate. Join us as we look at three events in Jesus' life that reflect the attitude of humble service. 1. The Circumstances Of His Birth. 2. His Low-Key Ap
Today we will look to answer these questions. • Who is this *man* that we should follow him? • What makes him different than any other religious leader? • Why does he deserve our devotion?
Peter’s closing reminder to his readers is that You’re in Good Hands. No matter what trials come your way, as followers of Jesus you are in good hands, you are in God’s hands.