One-off sermons by our church Pastors & staff



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Why do we do what we do? Pastor Justin reminds us of the beautiful ordinance of water baptism and encourages us to not just go through the motions and routines of tradition. But look at the beautiful symbolism portrayed in light of Jesus example and commandment.



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God Alone is worthy of the affections of our hearts. What a deeply convicting and encouraging word from Psalm 16 given by Pastor Dave Myburgh. All the promises of God are yes and Amen through Jesus Christ our Lord. Nothing in this world will ever satisfy, only He alone can fill that void. If you are in Christ you have already been given the greatest treasure in all of existence, being reconciled to God. Let us not worship the gifts but rather the gift giver for our treasure is Him and Him alone.



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Brett France takes us through Ephesians 2:1-10 in this stand alone message entitled, But God. We are given such a humbling reminder that, But for the Grace of God, we would still be found wanting. The work is finished, Christ completed it all on the cross of calvary and the gift of salvation has been extended to you and I. This gift is free but it was anything but cheap, Christ paid it all.



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A message from Elder, Stephen Rushton on discipleship from 1 Thessalonians.



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Isaiah 43:1-21.

2018 was a year of many highs and lows for so many people, and if we dwell on it for too long, we may miss what God is doing now.



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Psalm 16 is a wonderful celebration of God’s grace and faithfulness to us. In this message Dave shows us how King David chooses to anchor himself in God, and how doing so leads us to a place of confidence in God, joy, and rest for our souls.



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Despair is a crushing emotion. What do you do when you’e stuck in Babylon and can’t see beyond the barbed wire of your situation? Where do God’s people look when they are tired of trusting God’s promises that are not yet fulfilled? The only way to shift your perspective is to see your circumstances through God’s eyes not your own. Isaiah wants to show us our world through God’s eyes. He will thunder: God has the credentials to keep his promises. Will you admit your weakness? Will you wait with the eager expectancy of a child? If you do God will share his strength with you and lift your perspective in the most profound way!