Jody Destry speaks on the spiritual practise of Belonging. She reminds us that we all carry a little bit of weirdness within us and that we are wired to embrace our weirdness and bring it to community.
Continuing new series Ancient Paths. God delights in us when we set some time aside to sit in His presence. What a great encouragement this message from Pete Lusk’s is on the importance of spending time in silence and solitude – to sit and wait on the presence of God.
Matt Destry began our “Ancient Paths” series looking at the different spiritual practices we can put in that will help us in our journey to getting closer to God. These spiritual practices are not about doing more work but more about resting in the presence of God. Ask for the ancient path and walk in it.
Jono & Erin used the analogy of a garden in their message to the church as part of the Homegrown series. Speaking about tending our “soul garden” with healthy spiritual practices, they challenged us to put in the hard work and then to expect Godly fruit.
Sharing from their own story of how God spoke clearly to them to set aside the problems and distractions of life as an excuse to avoid seeking more of Him, Mel and Doug tell of the incredible change in their lives since discovering the principle of Now Makes Later Better.
Danny & Tina Greenwood have called this Church home for over 3 decades, with Danny being an integral part of our Pastoral team for most of those years. Now “retired” Danny and Tina continue to serve our church, heading up the Seniors Connect ministry. What a privilege to sit under this message!
Eliminate, Reduce, Raise, Create. On Sunday, as we closed off the year 2017, Paul Cameron encouraged us to reduce and eliminate whatever it is that is stopping us from resolving issues in our lives in order to bring restoration. Once we eliminate the things that hold us back, we will then be enabled to raise what God has placed in us – to step up and out to what we are called to do. Let us be in constant awareness of the presence of God in us and be open to see the work of God in and through us. We serve a God who moves.