Come along, 21st of April (Easter Sunday) as we reflect on this startling piece of history and what it means for us.
10:30am Everton Park
55 Gearside St, Everton Park Church
The following are one off messages by Kirk Zylstra, exploring Christianity. This is a great way to investigate what Jesus is all about.
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You may also be interested in our series: If you could ask God one question, where we explored the big questions of:
In Luke 15 Jesus told three parables about ‘lost and found’. These parables were a message of hope preached to the ‘tax collectors and sinners’ gathered around Jesus, and a message of conviction to the ‘Pharisees and scribes’ who challenged Jesus about associating with these people.
A recent sermon looked into these lessons particularly from the third parable, drawing on lessons for us today of:
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?
The sermon tonight from Job 8-9 was based around a chapter from the book “By Grace Alone: O how the grace of God amazes me” by Sinclair Ferguson. We again also enjoyed singingthe hymn which inspired this book “Oh how the grace of God amazes me” by African pastor Emmanuel T. Sibomana. This hymn is available for download from http://www.ligonier.org/blog/o-how-grace-god-amazes-me/ as both sheet music and an mp3 recording.
Ken’s sermon from tonight is available below.