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Introductory message on the Gospel Culture series from Pastor Richard van Lieshout.

To be a thriving Christian Community, we need both Gospel Doctrine and Gospel Culture. Unless the truth of the Gospel is evident in a Gospel Culture, the witness of the church will lack power and tend towards either hypocrisy (where there is sound doctrine but no cultural transformation) or fragility (where there is cultural transformation but no doctrinal foundation).

Gospel Culture is when our doctrinal faith becomes evident in the way we live.



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“Whoever has ears to hear had better listen!” (Mark 4:9 NET)

– Who are you listening to?
– Is listening to Jesus a priority?
– Is your posture of listening open?
– Are you actively listening?



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Christmas message from Pastor Richard van Lieshout (Senior Pastor)



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Message by pastor Richard van Lieshout. The final sermon in the Gospel of God series on Mark 1:14-16.



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Week 4 in the Gospel of God series on Mark 1:14-15.

Message by Pastor Richard van Lieshout

  1. Faith Is Active & Visible
    • The Example of Abraham (Genesis 15:1-6; Romans 4:20-25; Hebrews 11:17-19)
    • The Example of Baptism (Acts 2:37-39)
  2. The Fruit of Repentance (Matthew 3:8; Luke 3:10-14;
  3. Faith is Not:
    • Just Knowledge
    • Just A Feeling
    • Just A One-Time Event
    • Just A Prayer
    • Just A Decision


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Week 3 in the Gospel of God series on Mark 1:14-15.

Message by Pastor Richard van Lieshout

  1. The significance of ‘repent’
  2. The Old Testament background to ‘repent’
  3. The shaping of ‘repent’ in the New Testament
  4. The heart of repentance
  5. Repentance is NOT:
    • Repentance is not just a renewed desire to behave better
    • Repentance is not just contrition
    • Repentance is not just confession
    • Repentance is not a perfect life


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The Reign of God
The Clash of Kingdoms
The Gospel of the Kingdom



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Message from Pastor Richard van Lieshout on how Christians are to live with the posture of exiles who are:

  1. Hope-filled yet fearful
  2. Respectful yet bold
  3. Set-apart yet invested