How can you fulfill your purpose in life? How can we effectively fulfill the purpose that God has given to us? Effective service for Christ begins with knowing your gifts.
Your mind is being renewed by the gospel. Does that mean all you need to do is pray about something, and God will tell you exactly what to do?
You want to offer yourself, without condition or reservation, to Jesus Christ. But there’s just one problem: How do you know what God wants you to do? How do you know what the will of God is?
What should be our response to the gospel? What is the appropriate response to the good news of Jesus Christ? Should we “accept” it? That sounds a little passive, doesn’t it? Should we “believe” it? Yes, but is that all we should do?
Before you can know what a proper response to the gospel looks like, you have to know what the gospel is. Join us as we briefly walk through the book of Romans together to discover the gospel message.
The story of the wise men shows us 3 different reactions to Jesus. Pastor Colin helps you discern which of these reactions best describes where you are today.
Are you angry with God? So were the people from Jesus’ home town of Nazareth. The consequences for them were disastrous. But they don’t have to be for you. Pastor Colin talks about the cure for our anger.
When Jesus came to his hometown, to the people who knew him the best, they were amazed by his gracious words.
The first impression people had of Jesus could be summed up by the word “grace.” Pastor Colin talks about what separates Jesus from other religious leaders.
When people heard Jesus speak for the very first time, one thing was immediately obvious to them. Pastor Colin talks about people’s first impression of Jesus.
Simeon was an ordinary man who had the extraordinary privilege of holding Jesus in his arms... eight days after he was born. Hear his testimony, and discover what he said about the Son of God, as Pastor Colin delivers a first-person message from Simeon.
Abraham experienced God’s blessing during his lifetime, including a son in his old age, and a pair of grandchildren. But he was still waiting for God’s promise when he died.
The Apostle John called himself, “The disciple whom Jesus loved.” Find out what he has to say about the birth of Christ, in Pastor Colin’s first-person narrative message from John.
Is “time” one of the biggest struggles of your life? How do you decide your priorities? What can you leave undone? How do you balance all the responsibilities of life?
You know you’re not saved by baptism, but you’re not sure why it’s important either. Pastor Colin talks about some reasons why it is important.