Are you fearful of the future or do you dread thinking about what lies ahead? Pastor Gary Clarke shares from Proverbs 31; God doesn't want our past to colour our future - He wants us to look at our future and smile!
Pastor Charles Nieman speaks to us from Jeremiah 29:11, reminding us that God’s purpose for our lives is not passive, but proactive. God wants to give us a future and a hope so that we might be increased and not diminished.
What does hope mean to you? Have you ever thought about unanchored hope versus the hope that is only found in God? In this message spoken at Hillsong Conference, Pastor Brian Houston shares around the song lyrics of "Anchor" from the Hillsong Live album "Glorious Ruins".
Join Erwin and Aaron McManus for a special At Home edition as we exercise quarantine during the outbreak of COVID-19. In this episode, Aaron opens up a discussion online with some friends about navigating this pandemic and its impact thus far. Be encouraged as we hear how to hold onto hope during...
Pastor Robby Lewis preaches from the book of Chronicles in this powerful message about helping carry each other’s burdens. With God, tomorrow can be better than today and His promises can become our reality despite all what is going on around us.
Preaching from Galatians 6 and Luke 18, Pastor Ben Houston encourages us to be persistent in what God has placed in our spirit. Don't lose hope or lose sight of God's Word in a world that is so transient - get back up and keep on going.
It's time to accept responsibility to help make the world a better place. Pastor Gary Clarke speaks life into the turmoil that we currently live in. The Church has an opportunity to stand up and and share the hope we have in Jesus.
Pastor Gary Clarke asks the question, “Is our hope in God? Are we seeing him correctly? And are we helping other people to see Him?” We do this by remembering what God has already done for us in the past, and trusting He has our future.
The focus of today’s episode is the season of spring, and what it – and the farmers who rely on it - can teach us about the possibility of hope. Spring symbolises the birth of something new, which we look at and see how this can apply to our lives.
Have you have ever thought about death – or dying? Or wondered if there is a heaven – or a hell? Do you believe Jesus Christ is coming back again – as He said He would? The final terrain on our soul journey are the Clouds of Eternity. Clouds indicate hope for the future as we pass from this life ...
Pastor Carl Lentz delivers a message titled “The Key to Life”. In John 14 Jesus said, “I am the way, the truth and the life.” Carl uses this powerful thought to speak hope and life over us as he reminds us all of what it's all about, and who to turn to when pressure and adversity are against us.
God has chosen normal, broken people like us to bring the message of Hope to our world, to defy the culture and love people like no one else can. Pastor Carl Lentz encourages us to be the light of the world.
Have you ever been disappointed with your spiritual life? Have you ever thought, “There must be more to life than this”? The answers to these questions can be found on the Island, the next terrain on our quest of life. Islands are isolated, difficult to get to and cut off from the noise and distr...
As followers of Christ, the favor of God is not just around us but is on us. As God leads us to be more and more like him we can be full of hope that the best is yet to come. No matter what season we find ourselves in we can overcome because God’s favor is in us and upon us.
Pastor Brian Houston delivers this powerful message, “Standing in the Power of Jesus' name”. Brian encourages us to anchor our hope in the promise given to Abraham. God places a lot of value in a name, God only changed a name to add value to that person. Do we recognise the value of Jesus’ name?
Pastor Terry Crist shares around the Easter message and the significance of Jesus’ resurrection to our lives today. The appearance of Jesus to the disciples would have brought them so much joy and given them a message of hope that we still carry today.
As Christians, the most fulfilling place to be is in the middle of God’s will. We are called to walk by faith even when it’s difficult and doesn’t make sense. There are some storms we can stop by simply being obedient and faithful to the plan of God.
God gets our attention in unusual ways at times. Bestselling author Ann Voskamp shares a unique perspective from her own spiritual practices, showing us how we can know God, hear Him, and surrender to Him. God will make a way when there seems to be no way. It's a paradox: Your obstacle is your mi...