Unpacking the current disconnect in Western society between the spiritual and physical, Mark reminds us of the message of 1 Peter 2 that we are 'living stones' being built into a 'spiritual house'. As the church and disciples of Jesus, we are invited to be living as a bridge between heaven and earth.
AM service Pastor Ryan unpacks the propensity of the human heart to trust either in our own strength or on the tangible things of this world.
In looking ahead to what God has in store for 2019 - the encouragement is to focus only on God so we can experience a Church marked by followers of Jesus leading flourishing and meaningful lives.
God saves us to change us. Sweeping us up into his plans to reshape us in Christlikeness. In this teaching Mark, through exploring the life of Moses, shows us how God works in our lives – changing and remaking us.
Britt invites us to step into the Psalms, to dwell, seek and find wisdom for faith and life. Reclaiming and reminding us that the prayers, poems and songs found in those pages are designed to be our own as we proclaim God’s Kingdom, here and now, as the people of God have done for generations.
After reading from Luke 2, Mark explores why the birth of Jesus isn't the end of the story. The Christmas story, he suggests, reveals to us that God is a God of process and each of us, as followers of Christ, are participants in His work of construction.