Encounters with Jesus, part 1. Looking at John 2 where Jesus is revealed as the Lord of abundance, producing fruit that lasts and does not run out. He’s the Lord of plenty, and he longs to share it with you … Continue reading “The Lord of the Feast”
Romans 14 & 15. The world is desperate for peace and unity — to find ways to bring enemies together. But the Christian gospels says that we must first be reconciled to God before we can be part of a reconciled … Continue reading “Reconciled With One Another”
Our Father goes out of his way to search for the one that’s lost, because they are of real value to him, and he desires all to be saved.
People will sometimes say “I really like Jesus, I just don’t like the Church”. The problem is this: while Christ is the head, the Church is his body, and they are in separable.
Acts, part 25. Someone once said “don’t ruin a good adventure with too many questions”. With every story, there are parts where we are not in control. .
Acts, part 19. God loves to use people as part of his unfolding plan and story.
Acts, part 17. Looking at Act 16 and Paul’s second missionary journey with Timothy — a young man who said “yes” to God.
Acts, part 15. Following Jesus doesn’t simply lead to a blessed and comfortable life, as it can so easily be presented today. The Apostle Paul shows us that it involves mission, with seasons of trial and hardship.
Acts, part 13. We see the church in Antioch formed in Acts 11 as the believers are scattered and the Good News spreads out. It unites all different kinds of people and we believed we’re called to mirror and replicate … Continue reading “An Antioch Church”