2019 Good Friday Service – Robbey gets to baptise his father-in-law!
No Other Gods
If our families are to be forged into his image we must understand why we must put him first. In this sermon, we will learn what it means to put God first.
Historically God’s people have struggled with idols, but worshiping idols isn’t a thing of the past. In this sermon, we hope to identify idols and destroy them as they have no place in our hearts.
My Name Is Holy
God’s name is so holy that the Israelites would not fully spell it out (YHWH), yet today it is common. This sermon is a reminder to speak and live in a way that honors the Lord.
Remember the Sabbath
In today’s fast-paced world we often look like the proverbial chicken with it’s head cut off. God’s people know they need to slow down but often don’t know how. So they choose leisure over worship. Not the answer. In this sermon, we are going to examine our need for a day of worship.
Honor Thy Mother and Father
The Bible commands us to honor our mother and father. What if they aren’t Christian? What if they aren’t kind or loving? What if I don’t have a relationship with them? In this sermon, we will answer the what if’s.
Thou Shall Not Commit Murder
Thou shall not murder sounds easy until you understand that sin is not only an action but also an attitude. In this sermon, we are going to examine how our emotions can lead us astray.
Thou Shall Not Commit Adultery
In today’s society faithfulness is almost non-existent. People lack faithfulness to their God or their family. In this sermon, you will be challenged to forge faithfulness into your families heritage.
Thou Shall Not Steal
Trusting the Lord to provide all your needs, and learning to be content in his provision is challenging in today’s culture. In this sermon, we will be challenged to live within our means.
Thou Shall Not Lie
God only tells the truth; his expectation for us is the same. In this sermon, you will be challenged to keep our testimony true.
Thou Shall Not Covet
Our hearts commonly deceive us with the thought that we need more to be accepted. In this sermon, we will examine how we can be led astray by the flesh and learn how Christ can quench our thirsty souls.