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In this 4th part of the series, Pastor Rob looks at how Paul sets the example of living a life of joy, while living in isolation.
Pastor Steve explains how the pursuit of society's badges of honour is a stifling way to live, while having a real relationship with Christ frees you up for so much more.
Greg explains what Christian Humility is and the importance of embracing our unique weaknesses and strengths because that is how God made us.
Pastor Steve explains how living out our Christian calling is the start point of joy, through the study of Philippians 1.
Pastor Steve concludes the series by presenting opportunities for service in the coming year.
Pastor Steve looks at the 29 spiritual gifts mentioned in the Bible. Which ones have you been given?
What or who is the Holy Spirit? Steve tells us some important discoveries he has made.
Elijah prepares to hand over to Elisha. What lessons can we learn about how we can become Elijahs for God?
To the obvious question "Where is the God of Elijah", Greg suggests that a more appropriate question would be "Where are the Elijahs of God?".
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.