A new stage musical!
Mt Albert Baptist is returning to its musical roots with a new stage show The Way of the Raukura – A Parihaka Musical.
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Because we have done what God asked us to do, does this guarantee that our lives will be plain sailing as a result? What can we learn about this from the life of Elijah?
The Israelites at the top of Mt Carmel could not decide whether to follow God or Baal. How like them are we?
Elijah, Ahab, Jezebel and Naboth's vineyard. How can we respond when people hurt us?
Tim Page looked at Isaiah 11 to see what it tells us about the Messiah.
Sorry, but we had technical problems today so there is no recording of the sermon. The sermon notes and Powerpoint presentation are available.
Advent Series 2019.
Leisa Amor looks at Malachi and talks about being purified to praise.
MABC held a church camp from November 29th to December 1st 2019. This audio presentation contains 7 sections from the talks by Matt and Rachel Renata, our guest speakers. You will also hear Steve Worsley our lead pastor.
Please note that there is a gap of up to 30 seconds between each section, and that the sections are of variable length.
Carey Youth Pastoral Student and Traction Leader, Leisa, continues our series in Acts in chapter 21, giving some insight into the conflicting call on Paul's life and encouraging us to ask "Whose voice are [we] listening to?" regarding the call on our lives.
Sarah Buckwell, one of our Carey students, shares with us Paul’s sermon, from Acts 20:13-38, a heartfelt and passionate farewell to the leaders of the church in the city of Ephesus.
We are a welcoming church community for anyone to get to know God and his plan for their life.
We believe life change happens best in community, when we can learn from and encourage each other.
We want to be transformed into the individuals and community that God dreams for us.
We like to make a difference by engaging with the world around us so others can experience God’s love.
We asked our international pastor Rob Lovatt the question, and this is his story.
Amidst the hectic pace of life, Jackie Wise finds a sweet spot.
Murray and Sue Wagener want to share their story of marriage on the rocks and how God stepped in to pick up the pieces, to give others hope.
Here’s a story about a life impacted by a family’s kindness and an Easter Camp 40 years ago.