Relationships are hard, but they are a mess worth making. Today, Jesus will teach us about to be salt and light in our world and in our relationships.
Love and sex can be a wonderful part of God’s creation. It can also cause some of the greatest damage to people. Today, Jesus will show us how to live for Jesus in this area of our lives.
John, the Baptist comes preparing the way of the Lord. He calls people to repent and be baptised. He warns of the real danger of hell to those who ignore this call.
At Morning Church all the kids from KidzCentral took part in the service, showed us what they’d learned all year and helped us celebrate Christmas.
Our world finds many things that form our identity. Our car, our partner, our home state,our school. Christ died for us, so that we can be a part of his family. This is our new identity.
There are many ways to get someone’s attention and to manipulate someone. This is especially important, if we don’t have a powerful argument. God’s word is powerful and is more than able to do what God wants. When we teach the Bible, we don’t need to manipulate it, we just need to present the truth […]
The Old Covenant or agreement between God and his people was glorious. But it was fulfilled in Jesus Christ, so that now we have a new covenant. The glory of the new covenant is so amazing the glory of the old covenant had faded. This new covenant changes our hearts from one degree of glory to […]
One of the most important things to do in this life is to get ready for the next. Martin Luther’s work 500 years ago makes it very clear that everything we need has been done by the Lord Jesus Christ.
God’s people will face hard times in the future. Jesus warned that wars and rumours of war will come. But through it all, God remains in complete control. Nothing takes him by surprise. This confidence ought to drive us to prayer.
Throughout this term, we’ve been looking at the death and Resurrection of Jesus. Last week we saw Jesus’ death on the cross, next week we continue the series with his resurrection. But for today, we’re pausing to ask the questions – where did Jesus go between Good Friday and Easter Sunday. Did he go to […]