Sermon Series
  • 1. Surprised By The Light

    Contributed on Dec 23, 2010

    1) Surprise in Watching (Luke 2:8), 2) Surprise in Wonder (Luke 2:9-14), 3) Surprise in Worship (Luke 2:15-16), 4) Surprise in Witness (Luke 2:17-20)

    When the year ends we tend of have a summary of the past year’s events. They usually include the year’s disasters, market crashes and deaths. Births, tend not to get much mention. The greatest birth in Human history did not get much immediate attention either except for a few shepherds on the Job. more

  • 2. Father Of Lights

    Contributed on Jan 8, 2011

    Someone shows that they are a follower of the "Father of Lights" through their: 1) Words (James 1:19-21), 2) Walk (James 1:22-25), 3) Works (James 1:26-27).

    A common thing in extended family gatherings is to compare how siblings look. Some tend to look like their mother, others like their father, some have mannerisms and temperaments that are similar, while others have similar interests or occupations. In Gen 1:26–27 we see that humans are made: more

  • 3. The Light Of His Presence-Part 1

    Contributed on Jan 15, 2011
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    The remarkable conversion of Saul, in which he put his faith in the Savior he had been so viciously persecuting, unfolds in five phases: 1) contact (Acts 9:3), 2) conviction (Acts 9:4), 3) conversion (Acts 9:5), 4) consecration (Acts 9:6–8), and 5) commun

    A certain church found itself suddenly without a pastor, and a search committee was formed. In due course it received a letter from a man applying for the vacant position. The committee chairman read: “I am considered to be a good preacher, and I have been a leader in most of the places I have more

  • 4. The Light Of His Presence-Part 2

    Contributed on Jan 23, 2011

    1) Fervency in supplication (Acts 9:10-12), 2) Faithfulness in service (Acts 9:13-17a), 3) The Filling of the Spirit (Acts 9:17b), 4) Fellowship with the saints (Acts 9:18-19), and 5) Fervency in speaking (Acts 9:20)

    Following instructions can often be perplexing. In cooking, assembling products or even a list that someone else left for you, the instructions at times seems strange. In Acts 9, nothing which Christ could have given Ananias to do would have surprised him more than the duty with which he was more

  • 5. Light For The Path

    Contributed on Jan 28, 2011
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    In Psalm 119:105-112 the word of God is:1)Light Points Our Direction (Psalm 119:105-108), 2) Light Presents Our Defence (Psalm 119:109-110), 3) Light Provides Our Delight (Psalm 119:111-112)

    Television watchdog groups have called a new MTV show, "Skins" dangerous and likened it to child pornography. The first episode follows a teen’s quest to lose his virginity and features marijuana, masturbation, car theft and property damage. more

  • 6. The Gospel Of Light

    Contributed on Feb 11, 2011

    1) Light from His Person (Ps. 36:5-6), 2) Light for His People (Ps. 36:7-9) and 3) Light from His Protection (Ps. 36:10-11)

    Why do parents love children so much? As gifts from God, the honour of raising and caring for Children give life a new level of joy beyond expectation. Through words and actions we continue to show how much they mean to us. A favourite game that I love’s to listen to, is between my youngest son more

  • 7. An Eternal Truth In A New Light

    Contributed on Feb 18, 2011

    1) The Eternal Truth in the Old Light (1 John 2:7), 2) The Eternal Truth in a new Light (1 John 2:8) 3) The Eternal Truth as a Way of Life (1 John 2:9-11)

    There is an interesting feature often prevalent in looking at old photographs. Even when we look at people we don’t know, we can often tell a lot about the relationship. We can see if the people are open with each other and how close they are. That closeness, or fellowship, is very rarely faked. If more

  • 8. The Light Dawns

    Contributed on Feb 25, 2011

    Christ came 1) At the Right Time (Matthew 4:12a); to 2) The Right Place (Matthew 4:12b-16); and with 3) The Right Proclamation (Matthew 4:17).

    There are a few times in people’s lives that world wide seminal changes occur. For many in this room, World War II meant the removal of an evil atheistic empire. In my lifetime, the fall of Communion in Eastern Europe allowed a new freedom of worship and the proclamation of the Gospel. For those more