Sermon Archives

Paul Graham
November 19, 2017

Guard The Good Deposit

Guard The Good Deposit 500 years ago the reformation faced the pressure of a single monolithic religion that obscured the scriptures and claimed salvation must come through it’s church. Today, the same courage  of the reformation remains needed but because in our century we face just the opposite: A hundred interpretations of the gospel, of the atonement, of Christ, […]

November 12, 2017

Why The Reformation

Why The Reformation On October 31, 1517… 500 years ago, a Catholic monk named Martin Luther nailed a paper to a door in Wittenberg Germany. On that paper were 95 theses, or questions against the then-current practices and doctrines of the Catholic church. And it is from that day in history that we traditionally mark […]

October 22, 2017

Reaching One Friend for Christ

One Friend For Christ It is startling when Jesus began his ministry, to reveal God’s plan to restore and redeem a rebellious and broken world, He chose very ordinary, still hurting, still messy people to entrust His mission to. Because the good news of what Jesus is doing, and the message of the gospel is not a […]

October 15, 2017

One Ministry For Service

One Ministry For Service All through history, and all over the world when you find faithful Christians you find people engaged in service, or what we often call “ministry.” Christians run food banks, found orphanages, establish schools, bring clean water, teach agricultural or health practices, offer shelter to the abused; they build, help, teach, feed, care. Of course, […]

October 8, 2017

One Group For Discipleship

One Group For Discipleship The Christian life is not meant to be lived independently, as though we have no need of anyone else; nor is it meant to be lived in isolation, cut off from everyone else. All through history, and all over the globe we see Christians have always met together in small, intimate […]

October 1, 2017

One Time For Prayer

One Time For Prayer Of all the things Christians do, nothing is more personal or intimate as our time spent with God alone in secret prayer. And as such, nothing Christians do sheds a more unflinching light where we really are in our relationship with God. Every believers struggles with daily prayer at times in their […]

September 24, 2017

One Gathering For Worship

One Gathering For Worship In our look into the common behaviours of Christians, all around the world and down through history we are struck that Christian’s, in all places and all times gather for worship. Most often, in most places, this gathering is even done at risk of persecution and imprisonment. So why is one gathering […]

September 17, 2017

Be or Do?

Be Or Do? Why do Christians do what they do? Everyone wakes up in the morning with a set of beliefs about the kind of person they believe they are. And then they spend their day doing things that may (or may not) line up with those beliefs.  We are all human beings and human doings. So what […]

August 27, 2017

Homosexuality And Gender Identity

Homosexuality And Gender It is hard to imagine a more polarizing and personal point of contact between the church and today’s culture than the issue of gender and homosexuality. We all have gay friends, some are family members, and we really like them. There is absolutely no  pleasure found in disagreeing with a friend or family […]

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