Sermon Series
  • 1. Jesus Brings Good News

    Contributed on Jul 5, 2010

    Things sometimes look bad but Jesus coming brings the Kingdom of God near

    By Rev Bill Stewart On the 8 May 1945, Victory in Europe Day, the British Prime Minister Winston Churchill broadcast to the nation that Germany had surrendered and that a final cease fire on all war fronts in Europe would come into effect at one minute past midnight that night. The Act of Military more

  • 2. Jesus Heals And Forgives

    Contributed on Jul 5, 2010
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    The power of forgiveness is a profound truth in the Christian message. Jesus doesn't just heal but forgives as well.

    By Rev Bill Stewart What sorts of things can you now claim on your health insurance that you couldn’t 20 years ago? Pilates classes, yoga, naturopathy. You can even buy a new pair of running shoes because you might just run around the park once or twice! Aren’t these things a sign that more

  • 3. Jesus Appoints The Twelve

    Contributed on Jul 5, 2010
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    Is your faith totally inward focused or does it have a gospel shaped outward focus as well? Are you one of Jesus disciples so you can serve him or just yourself? Are you not just a disciple but an apostle as well?

    Imagine Jesus appeared in Melbourne today and was looking to form a band of disciples. What sorts of people do you think he might look for? People with influence? Media savvy types? University trained professionals? People who are good with words, good at presenting the right image? It’s more

  • 4. What Are Your Priorities?

    Contributed on Jul 5, 2010

    The ten commandments aren’t just about keeping a set of rules. Rather they’re about making sure our priorities are right, that we put God first and our neighbour as high as ourselves on our list of priorities in life.

    It’s appropriate at an Annual General meeting to spend some time reflecting on where we’re going as a Church. What are our priorities? What do we think is the most important thing we can be doing? In fact it would be good if we asked those questions not just about us as a Church but of more