Archive for the ‘Religion’ Category

“Saved From Shame”

May 28, 2017

“Renewal for the Weary” May 26, 2017

May 25, 2017
“The Bible tells us God not only created the universe, he manages and maintains it with what we would describe as effortless ease. But many of us find ourselves perpetually tired. We are reminded we can exchange our weakness for God’s eternal strength.”
Isaiah 40
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“Reforming Grace” < Click here to listen!
“Reforming Grace”
“In order to be a Christian Martin Luther had to leave his church. It still happens today! Religion demands that you embrace its pills and potions, effectively driving many away from intimacy with God. Even though religious legalism is having its way with hundreds of millions, the good news is that grace will eventually put religion and all of its devices out of business.”
Keynote Scripture: Isaiah 57, Matthew 23, Acts 7
“Forgiven of Things You Can’t Forget” < Click here to listen!
“Forgiven of Things You Can’t Forget”
“The woman on the phone couldn’t forgive herself of a secret — something she had done many decades before — she was sure God would never forgive her. Today we ask God to join us in our secret places, where skeletons of our past hound us.”
Keynote Scripture: Psalm 25

“The Gift of God” Tuesday May 23, 2017

May 22, 2017

“The Gift of God” < Click here to listen!

“God doesn’t want us to walk far behind him in fear, nor does he want us to grovel at his feet. God wants us to be in close and intimate relationship with him.”

Keynote Scripture: 2 Timothy 1, 1 Peter 2

“The Man in the Middle” < Click here to listen!

“Greg’s sermon focuses on Jesus as our man in the middle, in the middle of our lives and trials, reconciling us to God.”
Keynote Scripture: John 15, Colossians 1

“The Devil You Say?” May 21, 2017

May 18, 2017

Is satan a real spirit being, the speaker says “I don’t know”?!
But just as the Bible states that the Holy Spirit is the third person of the triune God, it also states that satan is a fallen spirit being: John 8:44, 2 Corinthians 2:11, 2 Corinthians 11:14, 2 Timothy 2:26, James 4:7

“Our Debt Forgiven” < Click here to listen!
“At dinner in a Pharisee’s house, Jesus forgave a harlot. Her debt was great, yet she was forgiven. You will be forgiven too, if you accept Jesus Christ as your savior, but if you try to do it on your own as the Pharisee did, then your debt remains.”
Keynote Scripture: Luke 7  Luke 7, Romans 3, Ephesians 2

“What’s Love Got to Do With It?” < Click here to listen!

“Good news “What’s Love Got to Do With It?”…Everything”!!!
“God’s love is so much more than the popular definition of love that often leads to roller-coaster-ride like relationships that rely solely on infatuation and sexual attraction. Worship with us as we reflect on the love of Christ — a love that loves us into loving.”
Keynote Scripture: 1 John 4

“Listening to God” “Wednesday 17th May 2017”

May 15, 2017

“Listening to God”

“Wednesday 17th May 2017”

“Listening To God” < Click here to listen!

“Listening to God involves trust and faith. It is far more than dictating our wants and desires. Prayer is more than us talking to God — it is talking with God — asking Him to change us and tell us what He wants us to do.”
Proverbs 1

“Death – A New Beginning”
“Tuesday 16th May 2017”
“Death-A New Beginning” < Click here to listen!
“Greg notes the one letter difference between the words “grave” and “grace” — a reminder to us that God’s grace transforms the “final” resting place of our body from decay and defeat into victorious, eternal life.”
Revelation 1

“Aging Grace-Fully” < Click here t o listen!
“Aging grace-fully means walking more by faith than by sight. Aging grace-fully can mean that we realize that we cannot do all that needs to be done via our own strength.”
Keynote Scripture: Isaiah 40, John 5, Hebrews 11, 1 Peter 1


May 12, 2017


Jars of Clay … and Mothers” < Click here to listen!

“As we celebrate mothers, we explore the nature of God. We learn that it is the very nature of God to place his grace in places thought to be humanly improbable or impossible.”

Keynote Scripture: 2 Corinthians 4 & 10, Galatians 4

It get’s real personal from10:00-11:21!!! Greg breaks up!!!18:39-18:57

“God and Mothers” May 11, 2017

May 9, 2017
“While there is no greater physical place of ministry, position or power than that of a mother, we can learn a great deal about our heavenly Father as we honor our earthly mothers.”
1 Kings 3
Keynote Scripture:
“Mothers ARE God’s life giving assistants. This is a day to honor our Mothers and all who have helped us along the way. It’s also a time to remember those who assist God as he re-births people as children of God.”
Isaiah 41, Matthew 7, John 13
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“Helpless Christians” < Click here to listen!

“We can do nothing of eternal significance without the Holy Spirit working through us. The Holy Spirit eternally abides and lives in us — there is a permanence in that relationship.”

Keynote Scripture:  John 15

“Here’s How You Can Do It” < Click here to listen!

“Jesus tells us that apart from him we can do nothing, and the Apostle Paul tells us in Philippians that he can do all things through Christ who strengthened him. Listen to this encouraging sermon.”

Keynote Scripture: John 15

“Here’s How You Can Do It” May 08, 2017

May 5, 2017

“Here’s How You Can Do It” < Click here to listen!

“Jesus tells us that apart from him we can do nothing, and the Apostle Paul tells us in Philippians that he can do all things through Christ who strengthened him. Listen to this encouraging sermon.”

Keynote Scripture: John 15

‘Seven Seasons Of A Mans Life “…failure means to succeed in a way that doesn’t really matter!” PTM “Failure means to succeed in something that has no eternal significance!!!”‘ God help us to accept “painful pruning”!!!


“Two word pictures of our spiritual condition a woman who by her own work as a slave, purchases clothing that loudly proclaims her profession and a bride whose husband gives her a wedding dress she could never afford.”
Keynote Scripture: Revelation 19:1-8


“Heaven Is a Living Sacrifice” < Click here to listen!

“Throwing a starfish back into the ocean, dosn’t help the many you can’t reach before the sun rises drying them up and they die to become souvenirs; but it makes a differnce to that one…allowing it to live another day!!!(para-quote)”

“There are two dimensions of the kingdom of heaven–and the present dimension is right now! Heaven can’t wait!”
Keynote Scripture: Romans 12, 2 Peter 3, 2 Corinthians 4

“Who is the Holy Spirit?”

April 14, 2017

Question: “Who is the Holy Spirit?”

Answer: There are many misconceptions about the identity of the Holy Spirit. Some view the Holy Spirit as a mystical force. Others understand the Holy Spirit as the impersonal power that God makes available to followers of Christ. What does the Bible say about the identity of the Holy Spirit? Simply put, the Bible declares that the Holy Spirit is God. The Bible also tells us that the Holy Spirit is a divine person, a being with a mind, emotions, and a will.

The fact that the Holy Spirit is God is clearly seen in many Scriptures, including Acts 5:3-4. In this verse Peter confronts Ananias as to why he lied to the Holy Spirit and tells him that he had “not lied to men but to God.” It is a clear declaration that lying to the Holy Spirit is lying to God. We can also know that the Holy Spirit is God because He possesses the characteristics of God. For example, His omnipresence is seen in Psalm 139:7-8, “Where can I go from your Spirit? Where can I flee from your presence? If I go up to the heavens, you are there; if I make my bed in the depths, you are there.” Then in 1 Corinthians 2:10-11, we see the characteristic of omniscience in the Holy Spirit. “But God has revealed it to us by his Spirit. The Spirit searches all things, even the deep things of God. For who among men knows the thoughts of a man except the man’s spirit within him? In the same way no one knows the thoughts of God except the Spirit of God.”

We can know that the Holy Spirit is indeed a divine person because He possesses a mind, emotions, and a will. The Holy Spirit thinks and knows (1 Corinthians 2:10). The Holy Spirit can be grieved (Ephesians 4:30). The Spirit intercedes for us (Romans 8:26-27). He makes decisions according to His will (1 Corinthians 12:7-11). The Holy Spirit is God, the third Person of the Trinity. As God, the Holy Spirit can truly function as the Comforter and Counselor that Jesus promised He would be (John 14:16, 26, 15:26).

Recommended Resource: The Holy Spirit by Charles Ryrie

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February 15, 2017