How does God’s mission get accomplished? The apostle Paul, in writing to the church at Rome in the first century, gave a clear picture of what that looked like for him, and there are things we can learn from his experience as we seek to undertake the work of God in our time. Based on Romans 15.14-22, you can watch the entire worship broadcast here, or just the message elsewhere on the channel.
Have a Heart
In today’s service, we hear a message called “Have a Heart!” from Matthew 5.13-16, in which we learn about how important it is for followers of Jesus to have a heart for evangelism. The message begins at 21:19.
Steering the Vehicle
In this service, we delve into Acts 10 to learn how the church is called to be a vehicle for God’s movement in the world. What does Peter’s encounter with Cornelius teach us about being the church in our time? Have a listen and find out. The message starts at 20:16.
Included in this service is a message on the importance of sharing our faith, “Ambassadors”, from 2 Corinthians 5.11-21. The message starts at 22:50. Apologies for the in-and-out sounds; this will be diagnosed and fixed.
Ever wonder what sort of success rate Jesus had in his ministry? Ever wonder why you should share your faith? Or how? This message (which begins at 30:53 in the service) will help. The Scripture focus is John 12.37-50.
Lessons from St. Patrick
A message that helps followers of Jesus understand ways to live the Christian life after the manner of Patrick of Ireland. Based on Matthew 28.16-20 and Matthew 5.43-48.
Word of Mouth
If we don’t tell people about Jesus, how will they know? That’s the thrust of this message, in which we look at why we don’t share our faith, and why we should. You can watch or listen below to this message, based on John 4.39-42.