‘Be Genuine’, a sermon series looking at the way James challenges us through his letter to the early church to live as genuine Christians today.
This is a sermon series on ‘Our Purpose and Priorities’ as a church at Everton Park, and the first sermon is provided below.
This series will run intermittently, with probably one sermon per month. Please check backsoon for further updates.
A summary of ourstatement regarding purpose and priorities for the congregation is available here.
Life is full of choices. We make choices everyday – what to eat, what to wear, where to go…These little choices affect us day to day, and collectively influence our lives.
Life is also full of bigger choices. We like to feel independent, in control – we want to make the choice, and we like to think we are wise enough to make right choices … but these choices have outcomes that can impact on who we are, what we believe and our relationship with God.
In this series of Bible Talks @ Kallangur we look at these big choices, working through examples from the Bible of people who faced big choices and the consequences these brought, whether trials or blessings. Our series is particularly based on Hebrews 11 and the listof faithful men and women God has recorded for us.We consider how and why God cares about the choices these people made and why He cares about the choices that we make today, and how His Word can help us to make good and wise choices in our lives.
PERFECT! Imagine your perfect life. Financial security. Close relationships. Sun-drenched holidays…
Whether you’re younger or older, we all long for a perfect life. That’s why PROBLEMS are so hard to cope with when they disrupt our dreams. Family breakdown. Worry and depression. Financial trouble. Serious illness. And lots more.
If there really was a God, WHY would He let problems happen? Why would He let there be so much trouble and pain in the world? And, is there any hope for dreams that have been shattered?
Our summer sermon series at Everton Park was ‘Redeeming Bitterness’, a review of God’s mercy through the book of Ruth.
The sermon series is available below.