Sermons from visiting speakers



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Dr Nate Schluter is the Founder and Principal of The Johannesburg Bible College



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This week we explore Matthew 9:35-38 and see the Lord’s heart for the lost and broken around him. Jesus call’s us to follow him, to have a real burden for the lost for once we were lost ourselves. We look to The Lord of the harvest as we intentionally pray and work in the harvest field.

Ryan Jones is a member of staff at Rosebank Union Church on our media and communications team. He is currently studying theology and is passionate about church planting.



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Stories of how a gospel motivation towards justice is having an impact on the lives of people through a fair trade coffee business. A challenge to putting our faith into action in the real world

Isaiah 58:6-9



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What does it mean to be a disciple of Jesus rather than a disciple of John?
Luke 7:33-34



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“But if serving the Lord seems undesirable to you, then choose for yourselves this day whom you will serve, whether the gods your ancestors served beyond the Euphrates, or the gods of the Amorites, in whose land you are living. But as for me and my household, we will serve the Lord.” Joshua 24:15

Doug Fell is the pastor of Parkhurst Community Church which he and a team sent from RUC planted in 2013. Previously he served as an associate pastor at RUC.



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This talk identifies racism as a structural concept, which may be defined as prejudice + power. A correct diagnosis of the problem of racism, linked as it is to structures of power will expose the need for more than individual change to bring about transformation in society. It is vital that if we wish to combat racism we must examine the nature of power, both within and without the church. Who has the power? What does it mean biblically and contextually to wield power in a country which has seen such massive abuse of power? What does a Christ centred understanding of power look like in this context?

John Scheepers is the Founder & Director of Isiphambano Centre for Biblical Justice. Isiphambano is a study and training centre dedicated to developing a holistic, theological and cross-centred response to racial and economic injustice within the South African context.



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Guest speaker, missionary, Martin de Lange encourages and provokes us to lead a life worthy of the upward call of Christ in spreading the Gospel to every part of the globe. As Christians we are called to make disciples of all nations, wherever we may find ourselves whether we are sent to an unreached people group, colleagues around the water cooler or in a lecture with friends.



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Acts 26:1-29 – Defend the Gospel by: Appealing from your past, Appealing to unconditional grace, Appealing for a response to the Gospel



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Missions Sunday message from guest speaker Johnathan Macris (President of Hellenic Ministries in Greece).