Sermon Series
  • 1. Walking With Jesus

    Contributed on Aug 31, 2009
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    Today I would like us to do two things: (1) to try and understand some of Jesus’ difficult sayings about discipleship; and (2) to share a couple of introductory reflections on discipleship.

    By Rev Bill Stewart As Chris mentioned last Sunday, today we are officially beginning a series of sermons on the theme of "discipleship". Although discipleship seems to have already been the theme for at least two weeks now. Two weeks ago we saw how Jesus called people to be disciples and then more

  • 2. People On A Mission

    Contributed on Aug 31, 2009

    Being a disciple means being called to mission. This isn’t an optional extra.

    By Rev Bill Stewart Can I begin by asking you to cast your mind back? For some of us it will only be a short time for others it may be somewhat longer. Cast your mind back to the first time your Christian faith really came alive for you. When was it? Why was it? When I was in primary school my more

  • 3. Building The Kingdom

    Contributed on Aug 31, 2009

    Being disciples means being involved in God;s church, building it up through our efforts, our service and our giving

    Speak the Gospel, Teach the Bible and Build Community that reflects God’s love. I hope those three phrases are familiar to you by now. Yes, that’s our Church Mission Statement. If you think about it, the first two have been the subject of our sermons for the last two weeks. Speaking the gospel - or more

  • 4. The Inner Life

    Contributed on Aug 31, 2009
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    If we want to be disciples of Jesus on the inside is where it all counts. We need to become disciples of prayer! Only those who pray with all of themselves, only those who pray sincerely from their hearts are true disciples of God. Because there is no pre

    By Garrett Edwards Review series/Ask people for what stood out to them... Well today we come to the theme of Discipleship and the ‘Inner Life.’ What do we think that that means? Can anyone give me their thoughts on what the ‘Inner life’ could mean when we look at a topic like discipleship, more