Sermons tagged with ‘compassion’

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Humanity – the image of God


It seems that the most noble quest according to our culture is the quest to find oneself.  I don’t quite know if many of us understand what finding ourself is really about, but we seem to embrace any trend, program or colouring book that promises us deeper knowledge of ourselves. As we investigate the doctrine […]

Ben Peacock: Inheriting Eternal Life?


In the gospel of Luke we are presented with a wonderful dialogue between Jesus and an expert in Jewish law. It is out of this dialogue that we are reminded of one of Jesus most famous parables, the parable of the good Samaritan. As we delve into this wonderful story, may we be reminded that […]

The King for the Broken-hearted


Running through the prophecies of Jeremiah has been a savage critique of the society that the now idolatrous nation of Judah was building.  The poor, the widow, the orphan, and the refugee were being overlooked and left vulnerable. Here in this chapter Jeremiah brings this theme to the fore and reveals something shocking about the […]

I’ve got the power


With Brisbane being consumed by the G20 summit over the past week Pastor Joe takes a look at the concept of power, greatness and authority and how Jesus intends us to think about it in our lives.