Today we are looking at one of the big topics out of our last series in Galatians, slavery. Jason will be reminding us that we were trapped in slavery and now that we are set free what we can do to set others free from that.
Today we are looking at our assurance of salvation. It cannot be found in anything we do, but can only be found in the completed work of Jesus Christ.
Today as we look at our last Reformer John Calvin, we will see that the word of God is not someone that we can keep for ourselves but it must be something that we share.
Today as we finish our little series in Titus, we are looking at one of the greatest passages ever written about how God saves, and as we look at Titus 3 we’ll see that He saves us out of kindness.
Today we are looking at Titus 2, and how we should be living lives that are showing off the glory of the gospel.
Looking at Daniel and the way he lived such a Godly life has been a challenge for most of us. Today we start a three week series on Titus, a wonderful little book that challenges us to live Godly lives.
At Easter i we just look at the cross we only get a part of the depth of the suffering of Jesus. Today we’ll look at the way Christ was mocked and see the total depth of the suffering He went through for us.
Today we look at the disciples and their failing Jesus in the Garden. We will also look at Jesus and rejoice that He didn’t fail.
Today we are looking at our next Christmas song, one sung by a man called Simeon. Simeon had waited his entire life to see the Lord’s Christ, and when he saw Jesus he praised God. We may not be able to see Jesus but do we have the same heart of praise?
Nothing heralds the start of the Christmas season quite like Christmas songs. Today we will start a little series on two songs that were sung at the first Christmas. First we’ll look at a song sung by Mary, Jesus’ Mum.