The Bible tells us to continue to believe, does that mean we ever discontinue? Pastor Gary Clarke looks at the teaching of John and how belief brings the power of God into our lives on a personal level. God is not about “do good get good”.
In the third part of the series “Pause and Think”, Pastor Gary Clarke encourages us to be still and quieten our negative thoughts; to find peace with God through prayer, which will lead to contentment and more love for those around us.
Pastor Terry Crist continues a series entitled ‘The Peace Project’ - looking at relationships and how we can manage and deal with conflict. Terry shares a biblical perspective on where conflict originates from, and offers insights into how we can be people of peace, especially in our marriages.
In this message, Pastor Ben Houston studies the words of Jesus from the Sermon on the Mount, “Blessed are the Peacemakers”. In our frantic and self-focused world, what does it look like to pursue peace?
Pastor Terry Crist kicks off a series called 'The Peace Project', sharing some great insight into Isaiah 9:6 and the prophecy of the birth of Christ. Terry shares a new perspective on what true peace looks like, and the part we can play.
In this message from Colour Conference 2020 in Sydney, Australia, special guest Leanne Matthesius challenges us to live in freedom from fear. God has not given us a spirit of fear; His peace will guard our hearts and minds. Leanne shares practical tools for how we can overcome fear in our lives.
Pastor Brian Houston preaches from Jeremiah 29:10-14, teaching on the search for God. Do you know that God is there with you in your situation? Or are you allowing the overwhelming circumstances to consume you? Brian teaches on how we need to focus on the peace that God gives to us.
Think Better - Live Better: The Art Of Unlearning! - Part 2
Pastor Brian continues to focus on mental health focussing on the idea of the art of unlearning and how we can have the peace of God. He shares biblical wisdom around how our thought life is shaped by what we watch and listen to, which also directs our emotions.