Contributing sermons since Nov 12, 2006
Contributed on Oct 29, 2017
A Reformation sermon focussing on Martin Luther's great discovery that God is for something, being a graceful and merciful God and not just against people and things.
A question I would like us to think about as God’s church today How do the people you mix with view Christianity today? How does the media view Christianity today? Do they see Christians as ambassadors of God bearing His grace and being generous with His love? or do they see Christianity as ...read more
Contributed on Nov 11, 2016
As a Christian Jesus encourages us to see that we should expect trouble...but fortunately our life is neither shaped by trouble or stopped by trouble.
When you sense difficulties how do you react? When you sense problems what is your response? Maybe you are like this bloke Jeff was happily carrying a box of photocopier paper through the office, when out of no where jumped his friend Fred scaring him Instantly Jeff jumped The box of ...read more
Contributed on Jul 30, 2016
When we listen to God, rather than our own voice about God, our priorities in life change from being self focused to being Godly focus, this sermon encourages us to think about what it means to live with the many gifts God has given us with a Godly focus
What are your priorities and goals at the moment? What are your priorities and goals in life? Some people have very intentional goals and priorities, Others do not But this doesn’t mean they don’t have priorities a good way to judge what are your priorities is to consider ...read more
Contributed on May 22, 2016
On Trinity Sunday we explore what it means to be church, with the perfect team, the Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
Have you ever considered how important teams, especially successful teams are to life? I am not just talking about sporting teams. Think about it for a moment, most of what happens in life requires groups of people, a team, working together to deliver us a product or a service or achieve ...read more
Contributed on Aug 23, 2015
Growing in Jesus love is a key part of our lives as a Christian. In the sermon we explore what growing is Jesus love involves, what it means for us and how it affects our lives.
Today we are exploring what it means to grow in the love of Jesus. When we look at the dictionary for the meaning of growing words like bigger, more, larger, taller, healthier and living pop up. Now throughout our lives there will be times when we want to be growing. But there are also times ...read more
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Contributed on Dec 22, 2008
A Gift for Nicolas Cage When the actor Nicolas Cage was a young boy, his father gave him a little Pinocchio for Christmas. Being a boy, he was a little rough with it, and broke its head off. So his father suggested they bury Pinocchio. The next morning, on the very place where they had buried ...read more
Contributed on Jun 8, 2008
Some of you may know of Fiona Coote. At the age of 14 she became youngest heart transplant recipient in Australia. However Fiona has another claim to fame: She has received not just one heart transplant but three. On three occasions she has ...read more
Contributed on May 20, 2008
Last night at youth we watched Pay it Forward. Anyone watched Pay it Forward? I won’t tell you the entire story but the concept of the story is centred around a young boy who begins High School and his teacher gives him a project. The project is that he is to do something to change the ...read more
Contributed on Mar 16, 2008
Put two young children in a room with one toy and see what happens. Their response can probably best summed up by a recent comic strip of the Baby Blues For those of you who haven’t seen the comic strip It is about a everyday family. Two young children, Hammy and Zoe are the main stars of ...read more