Questions, Questions, Part 2
In this penultimate instalment in the series on heaven, we tackle two questions offered by congregants: first, the role of Satan in the end times; and second, the fate of people who have never heard of Jesus. Early in the service, we welcome three young ladies into church membership on their profession of faith in Jesus Christ as Saviour and Lord. The message is based on Revelation 20 and Romans 1 (and others). You can watch the whole worship gathering here, or just the message elsewhere on the channel.
Easter Celebration 2020 Live
For the first time in history, the church is celebrating the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ in digital only…since Coronavirus keeps us from gathering, this will have to do! In this service, we hear a message based on Romans 6.1-11, which begins at 13:22. We also have a virtual celebration of the Lord’s Supper, and hear a solo.
Apologies for last week’s service being omitted from this format; there were technical difficulties that did not allow it to be downloaded from Facebook (you can watch it by clicking this link, however: https://passionatelyhis.wordpress.com…). This week’s worked, and you can watch the whole service, or just catch the message, based on Matthew 2, beginning at 24:35.
The Old,Old Story
In this more contemplative service, we heard the Christmas story from Luke 2 and a message, beginning at 19:23, entitled “The Old, Old Story”. Merry Christmas!
The Why of Christmas
At this kid-oriented service, we have an impromptu nativity pageant, and a message called “The Why of Christmas”, from Titus 2.11-14, in which we explore the real meaning of Christmas. The message starts at 20:21.
How do you walk in the light? You need to have full exposure to the Son! In this message (that begins at 27:50), you can learn what it means to have a relationship with God that goes beyond Sunday morning and table grace. The text is from John 12.27-36.
The Back Story
Worship for the Sunday after Easter, 2019. Learn here about the reason why Jesus was put to death and rose again – from a first-century Jewish perspective rather than a theological one. Also learn why personal preferences need to be set aside for the good of the Kingdom of God.