The epic saga of Joseph finishes with an unexpected ending, but he shows us how to view life when our endings also often happen in unexpected ways. This message also leads to an announcement about new chapters ahead for our church!
Our home lives and our workplaces can be great, but also difficult, and when they are difficult it’s easy to blame others for it. As we come to Ephesians 6, Paul wants us to realise our role in these places and what it means to follow Christ as Parents, Children, Bosses and Employees. So that […]
In this last sermon in the series looking at the adult message of Jonah, Nat tell us what arising and going means for us in our lives today and for our community.
Trust is a tricky thing when life doesn’t deliver in the way you expect. Sola’s testimony and the accompanying message about mountains in the Scriptures, serve to help us navigate the trickiness of trust!
In this message, we enter Joseph’s workplace to learn four principles for living with integrity when on the worksite.
After learning that Jonah is not about the fish, we see that the book of Jonah is about a man who gets told by God to arise. Join Nat as we explore the second time Jonah is asked to arise by God.
The rule of Revenge says, “If they got you, you get them back.” The rule of Forgiveness challenges that. It doesn’t let the other person off, but it does let you free from the bitterness that revenge grows. Drawing from Don Henley, deer, and the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex of the brain, this message explores the […]
People aren’t optimists or pessimists. These are traits that exist on a spectrum, but some people live more at one end than the other. If Joseph was the optimist who always saw God, his dad Jacob was the pessimist who only saw gloom. In this message we outline three laws from the life of Jacob […]
Did Jonah repent? Is that why God saved him with a big fish? Why is Jonah singing a song of thanks and not of lament in the belly of the beast? How awesome is it that our Holy Scripture includes the sentence “And the Lord commanded the fish and it vomited Jonah onto dry land”? […]