Contributed on Feb 26, 2002
The prayer of Jesus reflects on Jesus Prayer in the Garden.
The Prayer of Jesus Mark 14:32-42 Last Sunday was Father’s Day and I would imagine the phone lines were burning up as people were calling their dads. I phoned my dad and I got one phone call and a text from my kids. And for those whose fathers are no longer with them they probably ...read more
Contributed on Jun 16, 2013
Not everyone has great memories of their Dads but Jesus knew his Father and knew what he meant to his father.
I officially declare today the first day of summer, at least for 2013. For no other reason than today I start my summer preaching series, which wouldn’t really work if it was still spring. This summer our theme will be “A Red Letter Summer” and if you are wondering what ...read more
Contributed on Jun 30, 2013
Not everyone who started following Jesus kept following Jesus and not everyone who come to our church will stay in our church. Some thougths
Are you leaving me too? On December 7th 1941 President Franklin D. Roosevelt addressed the people of the United States and referred to the previous day as “A Date Which Will Live in Infamy”. Most of you know what he was referring to, on December 6th Japan had attacked Pearl Harbour. ...read more
Contributed on Jul 7, 2013
This message looks at the first Red Letter Words in the Gospel of John, and they were a question, a question that is still valid today.
The Palestinian sun beat down on the two friends as they listened to John exhort the crowds to repentance. For the past few weeks they had followed John everywhere he had gone, listened to his message, and watched the crowd’s reaction. At first they were sure that he was the one that ...read more
Contributed on Aug 4, 2013
This message looks at the woman caught in Adultery, her past, her present and her future.
Back to the Future So this was how it would end. Public humiliation and possibly a public death for a private act, an act that they had never been intended to be shared with others and certainly not made public. It had all started out innocently enough, a shared glance, an innocent touching of ...read more
Contributed on Aug 11, 2013
When Jesus told his disciples he was leaving he also had good news: They wouldn't be left alone. But who was it that Jesus was sending?
It wouldn’t be long and he knew it. For three years he had taught throughout Israel, for three years he had healed the sick and fed the hungry. For three years he pointed people to the Kingdom of God, but the time was coming, it wouldn’t be long now and he knew it. The end was in ...read more
Contributed on Sep 1, 2013
Jesus warns us of the consequences of being the cause of someone stumbling, but what is it they stumble over?
It is the stuff of nightmares, you’re unable to breath, the pressure is closing in and your last thoughts reflect on what you wished you had done. Regrets fill your mind, if onlys become your focus and as the darkness increases your struggles decrease until what was you has departed and what ...read more