Peter Muller helps us trace the events of that first Easter Sunday by examining how the news of Jesus’ resurrection impacted the lives of the people He first appeared to.
On Sunday 18th November 2018 we baptised a young couple. This is the message preached on that day to joyously reflect on the gospel that saved them so powerfully.
Matt VanderHeiden (previously of Portuguese Bible Institute) shares with us from a key passage in Jesus’ sermon on the mount.
Peter Muller unpacks the stunning encounter some of Jesus’ disciples have when He is transfigured before them.
The story of Joseph is a beautiful and captivating narrative of one man’s struggle against numerous obstacles including being hated, sold into slavery, wrongfully arrested, and abandoned in prison. However, through all of this suffering, God shows His hand powerfully. Missionary Darien Khlentzos follows this journey to show us the wonder of God’s sovereign plan.
When we ask God, “Why is there so much suffering?” we are not really asking for a logical answer as to the existence of suffering… we are more than likely asking a personal question “Why am I suffering?” And it is to this question that the bible doesn’t have a clear and neat answer. Instead […]
God’s gracious provision of an instant sin offering to cure the uncleanness of his people reminds us that in Christ we have one who cleanses us not externally and temporarily, but internally and eternally. Michael Howell from City North Baptist shares this powerful truth with us.
We are living in a time of rapid social and cultural change as we witness the turning of society away from long held Christian values. The recent census data shows fast growth of Australians claiming “No Religion”, and the steady decline of Christianity. And yet it is also true that the season we find ourselves […]
We can be the most on point people when it comes to the practices of our faith, bible reading, church attendance, ministry involvement, and yet still completely miss the point of what following Jesus is all about. Alan Stanley from BST takes us through how we can be so blind to the primary call of […]
Everyday we make judgments. Left from right, guilty or not guilty, winner or loser. Even if we aren’t aware of it, we all judge something or someone at some point in our lives. So, it might come as a surprise to find that Jesus commands his disciples not to judge, lest they be judged themselves! […]