Pastor Joel closes our series Kingdom Come this week with a message titled “Kingdom Relationships“. He teaches us that the essence of the Kingdom of God comes down to relationships: with God through Jesus, with each other and with lost people. He reminds us that we demonstrate how much we love God by how we treat people. We also celebrated the baptisms of a number of our friends and family across both morning services.
Pastoral Care co-ordinator Neill Fletcher continues our series Kingdom Come with a message of hope titled “No Ordinary Man“. He reminds us that Jesus came to bring life and healing to the world, and that one evidence of His Kingdom is signs, wonders and miracles, which we have access to as His followers
Our Youth Pastor Stuart Grant continues our series Kingdom Come with a message of encouragement titled "From Our Wilderness to Kingdom Come". He reminds us that in order to see God’s Kingdom released in our lives it requires us to cease from our own efforts and instead rest and trust in Him
Ps Joel continues our Kingdom Come series with a message called The King and His Keys. God gave us the ultimate gift of His Son, the King of the Kingdom. This gift gives us access to everything else that exists in the Kingdom (Rom 8:32). Jesus then gives us the keys for the Kingdom (Mat 16:19). We have access to the King and we hold His keys, it's time for us to live like it!
Erick Abille continues our Kingdom Come series by speaking about Kingdom Living. He reminds us of the importance of sharing our experience of the kingdom of God with others.
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