Malachi had some harsh words for the people of God in his day. They were treating God like a vending machine (of course, he didn’t use that image!). There are lessons for God’s people of today in this message, based on Malachi 2.10-17. You can watch the whole worship gathering here, or just the message elsewhere on the channel.
Not Quite Libertarian
There has been no time such as this in our lifetime to share the relevance of Romans 13.1-7. In this service, we hear a message about what it means to submit to civil authorities, and how that relates to the uprising in the US last week and the current pandemic. You can watch the whole service here, or just the message elsewhere on the channel. Apologies for some of the poor video; we had some technical issues this morning.
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.
The Trusted Voice
A message helping us understand why it’s the voice of Jesus in his Word that we should trust above all else. Based on John 10.1-10.
So You Think You can See
A message from John 9.35-41 about just how not self-aware the Pharisees were, and how the man born blind went from calling Jesus ‘sir’ to calling him ‘Lord’.
In Plain Sight
A message from John 9.13-34 about how preconceived notions keep people from believing in Jesus, and how we can avoid the fear of being ostracized for following Jesus.
A message from John 8.42-59 in which we learn about how Satan can infiltrate the church, how we can put tradition ahead of Jesus, and how we can fail to experience God’s greatest gift.
Know the Truth – John 8.31-41
Jesus says, “Know the truth and the truth will set you free.” What does that mean for Jesus’ first hearers? For us? This message from John 8.31-41 helps us understand.
Civility is in short supply nowadays, especially online. We need to discern before we decide – that’s the point of this message from John 7.25-36.