Sermon: Our Message

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Our Message  |   24.07.2016  |  Phillip Haussmann  |  Listen
Scripture: 1 Thessalonians 1: 5-10

1Thes5v9-10Your life is telling a story; what is it saying?  What words are you using to tell speak the gospel message?  Are you telling it?  Who is listening to your story?

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Sermon: Faith, Love and Hope

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Faith, Love & Hope  |   17.07.2016  |  Phillip Haussmann  |  Listen1-Thessalonians-1-2-3Sized

Phil talked about building connections with his non Christian neighbors, do you have people in your life that you are praying will follow Christ?
What is the next step to take with those particular people?
How can we support each other in evangelism?

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PHOTOS: MIDWINTER CHRISTMAS DINNER

Thank you to the Youth and Emma who put together a wonderful MIDWINTER Christmas Dinner.  The decor was beautiful and the food delicious! We had fun playing Bingo, word games and especially the Photo-booth! Here are the photos:

Sermon: Corinthians Part 5

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Corinthians Part 5  |   10.07.2016  |  Rod Robson  |  Listen  |  Read

1corinthiansAn excerpt:

“When I was the pastor at Ilam Baptist, the whole gay marriage thing was going through and predictably many Christians were upset about it. It seemed to me that there was a lot of shouting from both sides of the debate but little listening. So I thought, how might we address that at our church.”

“Are you prepared to call your sibling, old friend, cousin or parent on their bad behaviour?”

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Sermon: Corinthians Part 4

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Corinthians Part 4  |   03.07.2016  |  Rod Robson  |  Listen  |  Read

1corinthiansAn excerpt:
“So we are never to judge our leaders? Are we supposed to park our own wisdom and discernment and just be obedient little clones? If we are not to judge people then how are we to select our leaders in the first place?”

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Sermon: Spiritual Maturity

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Spiritual Maturity  |   26.06.2016  |  Rod Robson  |  Listen  |  Read

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Our leaders, our mentors contribute to our growth but they don’t determine it or make it happen.  God gives the growth.  When something that we read or hear leads us to change in a good way, it’s a still a work of God.  The Spirit may use someone else’s insight to grow you.  Ask any preacher – we all have stories of offhand or tangential comments that God has really used to heal or grow his people.

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What’s on this week?

notesSunday 26 June – Sunday 3 July 2016

Monday 27 June
7pm: Aspire Youth
7pm: Sydenham Home Group

Tuesday 28 June
6pm: Girls Brigade
7.30pm: Woolston Home Group
7.45pm: Somerfield Small Group

Wednesday 29 June
9-2pm: Veg Co-op
6pm: OBYA Young Adults

Thursday 30 June
9.45am: Crafts & Bowls
6.30pm: Music Practice

Friday 1 July
10am: Little Readers
1pm: Catch up Group
6pm: DIEM Young Adults

Sunday 3 July
10am: Prayer Meeting in the Library
10.30am: Worship Service
7pm: Unite Service

Sermon: Christ, the Wisdom and Power of God

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Christ, the Wisdom and Power of God
1 Corinthians 1:18-2:5
Rod Robson
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An excerpt from his sermon: “To be a faithful Christian is by definition to be a fool by the standards that rule out there.  If we can embrace that reality then God can do great things 1corinthianswith us and through us.”

“I woke up the next morning feeling at real peace, until I remembered that I had become a Christian the night before.  Dolt!  Curiously I did not doubt the reality of what had happened to me.  My thought was, I need to see John who was the guy who had witnessed the most to me. I hadn’t seen him in ages.  I went to university and ran into him, the first time that he had been there for months.  He was pleased for me but I wasn’t.”

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