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We are an active community of ordinary people –a local church– who meet regularly to read the bible as we follow Jesus Christ. For many of us, hearing the Bible’s message explained regularly helped us to finally understand who Jesus is, his mission and his relevance. Continue Reading >>
We are an active community of ordinary people –a local church– who meet regularly to read the bible as we follow Jesus Christ. For many of us, hearing the Bible’s message explained regularly helped us to finally understand who Jesus is, his mission and his relevance. << Show Less
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Hebrews: Better - Instructions For Life - Hebrews 13:1-25 The final instalment in our Hebrews: Better series.
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Hebrews: Better - Instructions For Life - Hebrews 13:1-25 The final instalment in our Hebrews: Better series.
Guest Speaker: Oz Muwaniri - Ballycullen Community Church - 1 Peter 2:1-12 This week we welcome back Oz Muwaniri from our sister church - Ballycullen Community Church to examine 1 Peter 2:1-12.
Guest Speaker: Tim Houston - Irish Baptist College Student - Ephesians 3:14-19 - Power To Grow Power To Know This week Tim Houston current student at the Irish Baptist College shares with us from Ephesians 3:14-19.
Hebrews: Better - Destination: Joyful Access - Hebrews 12:18-29 The final message from our sermon series in Hebrews
The Beginning Of The Gospel: God's King Is Forsaken At His Death - But Dying Brings New Life - Mark 15:21-39 Chris McGuire brings us our final sermon from our brief series in Mark.
The Beginning Of The Gospel: How to Get Eternal Life - Mark 10:1-31 The latest in out short sermon series in Mark's Gospel
The Beginning Of The Gospel: Move From Blindness To Sight - Mark 8:11-30 This weeks sermon continuing in Mark - Apologies for the missing few verses of the reading this week - small technical glitch!
The Beginning Of The Gospel: Who is Jesus and How will you move? - Mark 4:35-5:20 Part of our human condition is a tendency to make up our minds and then become quite resistant to any movement from those settled ideas. Having settled categories for understanding the world can be helpful, but they can sometimes get in the way, too.
Rightly understanding who Jesus is requires moving away from previous judgements we may have settled on.
And Mark forces us to do that. As he simply presents the historical events, he’s also perceptively and deliberately prompting us to do something. Because these aren’t just stories. Mark prompts us to do more than just raise our eyebrows, close the book and say, that was interesting. No. The prompt here is to move.
Hebrews: Better - Endure Suffering as a Christian - Hebrews 12:1-17 If you were at the shops yesterday they were handing out free samples of a new energy drink. You’ll have noticed the shelves in shop refrigerator cabinets increasingly packed with these over the last few years. People are looking for and willing to buy liquids that’ll fix their weariness.
But what about Christian weariness? What’s the answer to that when it sets in? In our Bible reading today, the writer is specifically addressing the weariness felt by Christians who were on the receiving end of opposition for being a Christian. They felt like giving up. And you’ll have noticed that the bible doesn’t prescribe some specially formulated liquid.
For the next few minutes I’d like us all to hear what the writer to the Hebrews counsels for Christians on the receiving end of harassment for being a follower of Jesus.
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