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In Genesis 4 we see the tension between the need for God to punish sin and the correct response to sin when it is at our door. In the same way we would avoid a hungry lion.
The need for God Him self to stem the tide of our sin we do and how God can fix both?
By sending Jesus to stop the cycle of sin in it’s tracks and to start reversing the damage in our lives through His love.
In Genesis 3 we learn about how the curse of sin entered God’s perfect world because of people choosing their own path, and how the loving and powerful God made a way back to His blessing, through the path of Christ’s death on the Cross.View Sermon
Business and pleasure were not in conflict before the fall. God needed a worker in his new creation and Adam was created specifically for this purpose. So today, after the fall, how do we become the kind of workers that God is looking for? Listen to the talk.View Sermon
Why do Christians pour water on each other’s heads and call it baptism?
Biblically, the very act of baptism is a means that God uses to do something in the life of a person being baptised. Listen to this talk and understand why.
The gospel is not a message of human wisdom. Listen to this talk to be reminded about the message, the audience and the messenger.View Sermon
What thoughts do you encounter when you think about evangelism? Fear…joy…indifference?
Listen to this talk to understand what evangelism is. Then hear why involvement in evangelism is the most loving act that a Christian can be part of.
Social action, who should be assisted and what is the qualifying criteria for support?
John Child unpacks 1 Timothy 5 and points out how the bible guides us in the way we should assist the community and encourages us to be wise in the stewardship of church finances and care focus on those who are destitute.
As we start our series in the topic of social action, John Child introduces the idea by looking at the history of the church and its involvement in earthly matters while some may feel itis a question of word (ministry) vs deed (ministry).
John points out that it is not an either-or, it should rather be a both-and, especially when it comes to evangelism.