Sermons on Luke
This week Steve looks at the story we know are the Prodigal Son and highlights the value of the father is to have his sons with him. Both son exemplify how we run from God.
Full Service from the Shearing Shed
This Christmas, we look at the impact of HOPE and HARDSHIP and how they often go together! As we again remember the birth of our Saviour, Jesus Christ, we will see Mary’s Surprise (Luke 1:26-27); Mary’s Surrender (Luke 1:38); Mary’s Song (Luke 1:46-56) and Mary’s Sadness (Luke 2:25-35).
Steve speaks from Luke 5:1-11, the passage where Peter was challenged to follow Jesus. Religion says ‘change and you can join us’. Jesus says ‘Follow me and you will change’. The quickest road to, and the best indicator of, intimacy with God is not knowledge or time, but trust. Will you TRUST Jesus? Will you FOLLOW Jesus?
Using John 10:10 as a starting point, Daniel looks at “fullness of life in Christ”. A full life is not found in seeking an abundance of things or seeking experiences outside of God’s will for us but it’s found in experiencing life God’s way. It’s found “in Christ”. Phil 3:7.
Peter starts with Luke 7:36-38 and looks at God’s love for the lost, touching on the parables of the lost sheep, the lost coin and the lost son. You’ll be challenged to develop your own relationship with Christ so He can use you to share His love with others, to touch ‘lost lives’.
Luke 16:19-31 Pieter talks about Two Families, Two Funerals and Two Futures.