Pastor Lucinda Dooley shares 3 things that everyone should commit to for a fruitful New Year. We should commit to trust God steadily through faith, to hope unswervingly and to love God and others extravagantly.
Judah brings his signature brand of humour and passion, as he unpacks the scripture John 3:16, by looking at God's real love in action through the story of Hosea from the Old Testament. Hosea's love was tested in one of the worst ways imaginable, and Judah shares some powerful insights that will ...
Pastor Gary Clarke speaks about reaching a world in desperate need of hope and light. Gary teaches from Matthew 10 as he challenges us to make a tangible difference in the lives of others by being the ‘hands and feet’ of Jesus.
Pastor Gary Clarke continues his thoughts on taking the gospel out into the neighbourhood, and making the message of Jesus relevant to all. Gary teaches from 1 Corinthians 13 and breaks down what real love looks like; bringing some great insights on the subject of love.
Pastor Gary Clarke dives into the complexities of today’s self-serving society. This is not the way God intended us to live. We need to demonstrate the expression of God’s love to those around us and live ‘other people’ focused.
Pastor Darren Kitto unpacks Matthew 22:36-40 where Jesus is asked, “What is the greatest commandment?” A question meant to challenge, receives an answer that changes the world: Love the Lord your God with all your heart, soul and strength, and love your neighbour as yourself. What would our world...
Dawnchere Wilkerson delivers this beautiful message titled, 'Love Rush'. The perfect love of our Father in Heaven rushes in to rescue us and restore us when we cry for help. Our Father's love is constant, true and always there.
Pastor Phil Dooley launches a series about love based on 1 Corinthians 13 - examining a love that believes the best in people, always hopes and always perseveres. Phil brings humorous insights into ways we can be more truthful and authentic in our love toward others.
Pastor Phil Dooley continues his series on “Love that fights” - encouraging us to be a people who stand boldly for our faith and live life with the confident expectation that God is behind us. Love that really matters fights for what it right, and it fights to see things transformed!
Pastor Terry Crist wraps up the “Family Tree” series. He speaks a very timely message on racial reconciliation. Jesus consistently crossed racial lines and ethnic barriers, and was a perfect example for us to love all.
Pastor Gary Clarke talks about having a good and biblical understanding of God and Church. If our love for others is like Jesus's selfless love for us, our churches will become really effective in our communities.
Pastor Gary Clarke continues his series “The Church”. Jesus and His Church should be the focus of what we are about. We want to foster small groups that are inviting and open where people encounter Jesus and find rest in Him.
Pastor Gary Clarke concludes the series on 'The Church’, sharing his own personal revelation of the power of the Church. Your revelation of the Church and your revelation of Jesus need to go together. Your experience of church has a massive impact on your Christian experience.
Pastor Robert Fergusson teaches us from Ephesians 3 and the extravagant dimension of Christ's love. We all need this kind of love in our lives; rooted and established so that we are not shaken when troubles come our way.
Pastor Robert Fergusson delivers a challenging message on compassion. How do we have the ability to be compassionate and how do we demonstrate compassion to others? We may look rough on the outside but God looks at the heart.
Pastor Ben Houston delivers a message titled, “What do you See?”. Ben challenges us about how we see the people and the world around us. Never lose your empathy for those around you; we live in a world that needs love and value and our intervention.
Pastor Donna Crouch looks into the meaning of love in this episode - how is it different for each of us and what does God say about love? Love is more about serving others than it is about others completing you.