Sermon Series
  • 1. The Last Supper-The Centrality Of Fellowship (1/12)

    Contributed on Jun 9, 2020

    Covid-19 struck at one of the vital and indispensable aspects of our humanity: our interconnectedness, interdependence, our mutuality and our God-ordained relationships. Jesus was all about relationships. It is unnatural and unhealthy to stay in isolation.

    Introduction Slide 1 (title): I am excited about this new 12 part series of messages we begin today. The thoughts to develop it were sown when I received a message from a friend during the Lenten Season on the Liturgical calendar. He mentioned an important aspect from one of the 14 Stations of the more

  • 2. The Garden Of Gethsemane – The Vitality Of Intercession (2/12)

    Contributed on Jun 17, 2020
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    Many don’t know how to pray. Prayer involves more than petition. When times get tough believers must fall to their knees before the throne of mercy with nobody else around. In the most terrifying week of His life Jesus retreated to pray. It was in Gethsemane where He won the victory, not on Calvary!

    Introduction Slide 1 (title of series) For those who missed it, last week we began a 12 week adventure in the life of Jesus as we study what are called “The 12 stations of the cross.” In the last few weeks of the life of Jesus on earth we will study significant places He stopped at and what we can more

  • 3. The Sanhedrin – The Cruelty Of Injustice (3/12)

    Contributed on Jun 17, 2020

    Life is harsh, people are often cruel, and accusations leveled at the innocent are crippling and inhumane. What can we learn from the Master when evil surrounds us? How do we handle betrayal and condemnation? We learn from Jesus as He faced opposition.

    Message by: Tom Clark Introduction: Slide 1 (Title of Series) Good morning, Church. I hope you, like I, have been enjoying and gaining some wonderful insights from our current 12-part series derived from the Stations of the Cross. At the first station, the Last Supper, we learned about our need more

  • 4. The High Priest’s Courtyard – The Essentiality Of Forgiveness (4/12)

    Contributed on Jun 17, 2020

    What do we do when our own friends, our most intimate companions, choose to deny us, to betray us and to forget all the good we did towards them? Jesus teaches the right response to people who back stab us

    Message by Pr. Eddie Fernandes Introduction Slide 1 (title) Good morning. Last week Tom took us through the 3rd station of the cross. He described what took place when Jesus was the victim of great injustice, betrayal and cruelty at the hands of His own people, at the hands of the religious more

  • 5. The Via Dolorosa – The Universality Of Suffering (5/12)

    Contributed on Jun 17, 2020

    Suffering is universal. Everyone experiences it. None escape it. It is part and parcel of the human condition. Many Evangelicals love to focus on “health/wealth/blessings” forgetting to teach the other “side of the coin”. As such people are ill-equipped to deal with life’s many harsh blows.

    Message by Pr. Eddie Fernandes Introduction Hold On Video (lights off…video begins…video ends…lights on…Eddie & Marta on stage) Hold on! How many of you need to take hold of God’s hand this morning because you are struggling? Life hasn’t been easy. Perhaps you’ve lost your job. Maybe the more

  • 6. The Via Sacra – The Nobility Of Service (6/12)

    Contributed on Jun 24, 2020

    From the Via Dolorosa (road of pain) we advance to the Via Sacra (holy road). Along life’s difficult stretches we all need a precious helper in our time of need. Help came to Jesus in the form of an African man from Cyrene. We all need to give help and to receive help.

    Message by Renée Soares (Pr. Eddie's oldest daughter) Introduction Good morning! Thank you once again for having me here again. What an honor and privilege to yet again share from God’s word before all of you here and all those watching us at home. If you’ve missed the last few messages more

  • 7. The Place Of The Skull – The Scarcity Of Essentials (7/12)

    Contributed on Oct 12, 2020
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    We are living unprecedented times. We ask ourselves what would Jesus do? This good question can be misleading. Rather we should ask, what did Jesus do? He was born into an era of injustice, violence and pain. He was the victim of abuse and injustice. What did He do?

    Message by Gabi Faria Introduction It is my understanding that you have been in a message series called a Reflection on the 12 stations of the cross. Just last week my sister preached (worship leader preaching, preacher can’t sing, my voice would disconnect our network with Jesus!) on the Via more

  • 8. The Mount Of Calvary – The Necessity Of Trust (8/12)

    Contributed on Oct 12, 2020

    In times of trouble we need to trust God. When we don’t understand, when everything is falling apart, when we don’t see a way forward, we need to confidently believe He is still on the throne. Despite much disappointment and pain we hold on to hope because we are condemned to victory!

    Message by Eddie Fernandes Introduction (Click intro title) The message I am about to preach today couldn’t have come at a better time. I am convinced God knew what I would be going through and He inspired this series many months ago knowing this message would coincide with my situation and a more

  • 9. The Garden Tomb – The Sagacity Of Patience (9/12)

    Contributed on Oct 12, 2020

    “Game over. Jesus was dead. We lost.” The Disciples stopped believing and gave up waiting. Sagacity is the quality of being discerning, patient, farsighted and wise. Don't lose faith in troubled times. Immediate/Instant are not always part of God’s vocabulary.

    Message by Eddie Fernandes Introduction (Click intro title) We are in a 12-part series titled: REFLECTIONS ON THE STATIONS OF THE CROSS. It will end on SUNDAY JULY 26. I am about to preach the 9th message in that series. I will start my sermon in a rather unusual way today. Firstly HOWEVER, I more

  • 10. The Mount Of Olives – The Priority Of The Great Commission (12/12)

    Contributed on Oct 12, 2020

    The urgent task and maximum priority of the Church is the fulfillment of our Lord’s final instruction. The Way of the Cross does not end at the crucifixion or with the resurrection. It ends 50 days after Passover with the Great Commission. We bleed evangelism.

    Message by Eddie Fernandes (Click series title) Introduction We end a 12-week journey today. We have been in a 3-month study on the Stations of the Cross. We did not follow the traditional 14 stations. We will also not end at Calvary, as most traditions do. Let me remind you of the 11 places we more