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Join us as we celebrate the birth of our King in a time of praise and worship to the Saviour of the world.



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The surprising mothers of Jesus from Matthew 1:1-17, and what it teaches us about God and the Gospel.

Our sincere apologies – the first few minutes of this sermon were not recorded.



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2 Timothy 4:1-5
In the presence of God and of Christ Jesus, who will judge the living and the dead, and in view of his appearing and his kingdom, I give you this charge:

1. Minister Relationally (Rom 12:15) – be with people – you have chosen to wrap up your life in the lives of others
2. Minister Faithfully (Gal 6:9) – invest in what you can’t immediately see – invest in eternity
3. Minister Authentically (1 Tim 4:16) – be an authentic example – watch your life & doctrine
4. Minister Truthfully (2 Tim 4:2-4) – speak the truth even when it’s unpopular – speak prophetically
5. Minister Strategically (Eph 4:11) – focus your energy on equipping – set boundaries so you don’t neglect what is important
6. Minister Sacrificially (Eph 6:7) – go beyond what is expected – people won’t see most of what you give yourself to
7. Minister Devotionally (Phil 3:10) – put God above even ministry – don’t find your identity in what you do for God



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Four messages from the Prophet Haggai:

1. Stop making excuses – put God first!
2. Stop living in the past – God is with you now!
3. Stop thinking duty is enough – bring your heart to God!
4. Stop and marvel – local faithfulness has eternal implications!



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The book of Philemon is one of the shortest books in the New Testament. It is a letter written from Paul to a wealthy man named Philemon in the city of Colossae who hosted the Colossian church in his home. Paul encourages him to accept back his runaway slave, Onesimus, who has met Paul in Rome and become a believer.
This short letter shows a warmth and pastoral side to Paul. It is a letter which challenges our views and practices of socio-economic and class segregation – calling for believers to treat one another as equals and family in Christ.



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The book of Obadiah is the shortest book in the Old Testament. It is a message of warning and judgement against the people of Edom for their complicity and participation in the injustice against the Israelites. From it we can learn a number of key lessons:
1) Pride comes before a fall
2) Nothing is too hard for God
3) God’s word is sure



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Exposing our view of obedience. The parable of the wise and foolish builders (Matthew 7:24-29).



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Exposing Our View of Prayer. Two parables that challenge us to always pray and not give up.
Luke 11:5-10, Luke 18:1-8



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The Parable of the Ten Bridesmaids – Exposing our view of counterfeit faith. (Matthew 25:1-13)