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  • Why Anglican Catholics Should Not Be Afraid Of The Holy Spirit

    Contributed by Simon Rundell on Oct 20, 2001
    based on 64 ratings

    A exploration of the gifts and fruits of the spirit in an Anglocatholic context: why we should not be shy of what the Holy Spirit has to offer us.

    Sermon: 19th Sunday After Trinity, 21st October 2001 Text: John 16:1-11 Why Anglican Catholics should not be afraid of the Holy Spirit In the name of the +Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen. I am a great fan of the cinema; it is a media which reflects the society for more

  • Our Covenant With God

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Dec 31, 2008

    An Anglican’s reflection on the Methodist Covenant

  • The Grateful Samaritan

    Contributed by Darryl Ward on Dec 6, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    The importance of gratitude and humility.

    We all know about the good Samaritan, but how many of us have heard of the grateful Samaritan? We are going to meet him today, but firstly I want to tell you about my friend Allen. Allen was quite different from most people. To have called him unconventional would have been an understatement, and more

  • The Day Of The Lord

    Contributed by Darryl Ward on Dec 5, 2012

    Sermon about the Second Coming and popular misconceptions about what this means.

    When I was in my early teens, I went to a film evening put on by our local branch of Youth for Christ and watched A Thief in the Night and A Distant Thunder. These were the first two of a series of ‘end times’ films that dealt with the second coming of the Christ, the rapture and the great more

  • Stop The Senseless Killings

    Contributed by Darryl Ward on Dec 5, 2012

    Sermon about alcohol fuelled killings of youth in Kapiti.

    Like the rest of our community, I was shocked by the recent violent deaths near local popular drinking spots of two of our young citizens: Izak Millanta and Sean Strongman-Lintern. As well as mourning its loss, our community is, quite rightly, asking questions. Asking what caused these tragedies. more

  • Another Chance

    Contributed by Darryl Ward on Oct 18, 2010
    based on 4 ratings

    How second chances can change lives, and what is wrong with harsher sentencing of criminals.

    The most positive person I have ever met is Billy Graham, and I am not talking about the famous evangelist. This Billy Graham grew up in Naenae. Back in the 1950s, the young Billy was something of a reprobate. He got up to horrendous mischief, often targeting Hoppy Hodges, the local cop. Once Billy more

  • Why Are We Offended? - Sermon For Proper 15 - Year A

    Contributed by Ian Bullock on Aug 13, 2020
    based on 1 rating

    Looking at why the Pharisees were offended, and how the woman who was likened to a dog wasn't. Then thinking about why we are offended by the things of the world.

    In the name of the Father, Son and Holy spirit. Amen. Over the past few weeks we have spoken about the positive aspects of being sown and planting seed within life, and as I read this week’s Gospel, I wanted to just think about one other aspect, one which perhaps we don’t often like to consider, more

  • Deliver Us From Evil

    Contributed by Darryl Ward on Oct 18, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    How addiction is very closely related to possession, and how Jesus can set us free.

    Some of you may know I have not been a faithfully worshipping churchgoer all my life. Not counting a brief flirtation with the Russian Orthodox Church, I was not part of any Christian community between the ages of 18 and 38. If you had asked me what my religious beliefs were, I would have probably more

  • No Baptists In Heaven

    Contributed by Todd Riley on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 27 ratings

    There will be no Baptists in heaven, no Pentecostals, no Presbyterians, no Anglicans, no Catholics, no Methodists.

    There will be no Baptists in heaven, no Pentecostals, no Presbyterians, no Anglicans, no Catholics, no Methodists. All man given labels will be left outside, and only those who have had their sins cleansed away and forgiven by Jesus Christ will be admited. Spurgeon said "When a mortal man speaks more

  • Setting Ourselves Free

    Contributed by Darryl Ward on Dec 5, 2009
    based on 3 ratings

    When we forgive others, we are also setting ourselves free.

    Whether we love it or hate it, we all will be familiar with Coronation Street, UK’s longest running soap opera. I am not much of a television watcher, but I do have a soft spot for the street. One reason is that the characters are like real people. They have flaws and blemishes, they do not wake more

  • Christmas In Ngaruawahia

    Contributed by Darryl Ward on Dec 31, 2009

    What if Jesus was born in New Zealand in 2009?

    Hohepa sighed deeply as he changed gear on his cherished but somewhat tired Mazda 626. It was raining steadily as he drove through Huntly then south along the highway that followed every bend of the Waikato River. Every bump in the road could be clearly felt, but Hohepa was especially concerned more

  • The Church And Excluded Fathers

    Contributed by Darryl Ward on Dec 5, 2012
    based on 1 rating

    A Christian response to fathers being excluded from their children’s lives.

    Today is fathers’ day. While I would prefer it was celebrated on the Feast of St. Joseph, the patron saint of fathers, I am grateful Amanda and Maria are making today memorable for me. To mark fathers’ day, I will be speaking about the Church and pastoral care for men, specifically those whom I more

  • Every Day Will Be Christmas

    Contributed by Darryl Ward on Dec 5, 2009
    based on 9 ratings

    Miracles do happen when we hold onto the true meaning of Christmas.

  • 0815 Trinity Xv: Believe The Gospel, Dangit! Series

    Contributed by Mark Woolsey on Sep 16, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    My text today will come in part from the epistle of St Paul to the Anglicans. Yes, the epistle to the Anglicans. I’ll tell you the theme of the whole epistle. It is: "Believe the Gospel, dangit!".

    Sermon: Believe the Gospel, dangit! Text: Matt 6:24-34, Gal 6:11-18 Occasion: Trinity XV Who: Mark Woolsey When: Sunday, Sep 16, 2007 Where: Providence Reformed Episcopal Church May the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be acceptable in Thy sight, O Lord, my strength and my more

  • "What Shall I Render To The Lord...?"

    Contributed by Jenny Inglis on Feb 13, 2003
    based on 24 ratings

    Today we view Australian Anglicanism=s beginnings as a lens through which we may better know God who calls us ever onwards into Christ=s mission sustained with the true and living bread.