Sermon Series
  • 1. Joshua - The Foundation Of Leadership

    Contributed on Jan 18, 2011
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    Joshua's Leadership depended on the call of God, the promise of God and the power of God and required courage, devotion and obedience.

    Today I want to talk about leadership. How can we develop it in ourselves? How can we recognise it in others? But first let me ask you, do you want good leadership in the church? I trust that you all said an emphatic yes to that! Well then, let me tell you how you can get it. Choose leaders more

  • 2. Rahab

    Contributed on Jan 18, 2011
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    The story of Rahab teaches us something about the faithfulness and grace of God. Rahab stays in the city, trusting that God will keep his promise and she’s kept safe.

    Joshua 2 - Rahab Joshua has received the call of God. If he’s to be a good leader he needs to show courage. But he also needs to show wisdom. They’re still on the east side of the Jordan, not yet in the Promised land and he’s working out what to do first. So before embarking on a more

  • 3. Two Kinds Of Memorial

    Contributed on Jan 18, 2011
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    Our history matters - that’s why God establishes memorials - so we’ll remember what he’s done for us.

    By Rev Heather Cetrangolo Lately, when I look in the mirror, there are a few things that bother me. I notice that my top lip has a particular dip in it that is exactly like my mother’s. I also have a slight overlap in my front-two teeth just like she does. I’ve noticed that I have the exact more

  • 4. Achan And Ai

    Contributed on Jan 18, 2011

    Sin has consequences that must be dealt with if the community is to survive

    By Rev Heather Cetrangolo During the week I represented a man in a family law mediation. He had recently separated from his wife, and we were negotiating for him to have contact with his children. It’s hard to imagine, for those of us who haven’t been through it, what it would be like to be more

  • 5. Mt Ebal & Mt Gerizim

    Contributed on Jan 18, 2011
    based on 4 ratings

    God warns of teh dangers and blessings that come with the law of God and provides the means by which sin can be dealt with

    It’s interesting how some places take on a greater significance than others. For Australian sports fans the MCG is the sporting arena. For Elvis fans it’s Graceland in Memphis Tennessee. For car racing fans this weekend it’s Mt Panorama in Bathurst. Di & I have just been to some of the significant more

  • 6. Joshua & The Gibeonites

    Contributed on Jan 19, 2011
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    Listening to God is vital, God’s grace extends to everyone & God keeps his promises

    Common Sense isn’t Always The Israelites have left Mt Ebal and Mt Gerizim behind and are now moving south to continue their conquest of the land. The whole population of Canaan has heard about them by now and the kings of the land below the hill country band together to prepare a defence. But not more

  • 7. The Cities Of Refuge

    Contributed on Jan 19, 2011
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    God's grace extends to those who need it. He provides for those who have inadvertently killed another

    You often hear people complaining about the violence we see in the Old Testament. We cringe at the thought of an “eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth.” It all sounds so barbaric. Yet, how do people deal with something like murder in a world where there’s no police force, no more

  • 8. Joshua's Farewell Challenge

    Contributed on Jan 19, 2011
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    Joshua reflects on the conquest of the land and the need for the people to be serious about being faithful to God

    The land has been conquered. The people are beginning to settle into their new life in the promised land. Joshua is coming to the end of a long life. So he calls the people to come and hear his final words of encouragement and challenge. What he has to say is critical for their life together and, more