We all have mountains in our life that are too big for us to climb. It could be fear, doubt, shame, sickness, and addictions that towers over us and press in on us. Today Pastor Ras shares on how to face those mountains, how to leverage faith to overcome them, and how to tell the mountains: move.
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Pastor Paul shared a very important message on “People who attract others to God”.
Pastor Terence shared a message titled “For Such A Time As This” from the book of Esther 4:12-17.
Pastor Michael shared a powerful message on the refreshing Good News of the Gospel.
Pastor Michael shared a powerful message on Easter Sunday titled “I Have Got News For You”.
Pastor Mike shared a message on water baptism before the baptism service.
Pastor Rasol looked at the last seven statements of Jesus on the cross.
It was a great privilege to have Pastor John Partington the former National Leader of AOG GB share the word with us this Sunday. Pastor John shared a life message on the greatest decision we can make using the story of Apostle Paul witness during the shipwreck in book of acts chapter 27.
As we are conclude our series on the Lord’s Prayer pastor Paul looks at the final part of the Lords prayer in Matthew 6:13 and do not lead us into temptation, But deliver us from the evil one.
As we are continuing with our series on the Lord’s Prayer pastor Fabian looks at Matthew 6:12 forgive us our debts as we forgive our debtors. Forgiveness is not a work by which we earn God’s forgiveness. It flows from a heart satisfied with the mercy of God and rejoicing in the cancellation of our own ten million dollar debt (Matthew 18:24).
Today we make the transition in the Lord’s Prayer from talking about God the Father to talking about ourselves. But the prayer is a wonderful model of relationship. It starts with relationship building (Our Father), moves to character (Hallowed be your name) and progresses towards need (Give us daily bread). To seek God for daily bread is an act of trust. He doesn’t promise us weekly bread or monthly bread, but daily bread, to keep us in a relationship with Him.
Pastor Terence continues with the series on “The Lord’s Prayer” looking at the prayer "Thy Kingdom Come”.
As we enter the season of Lent, we begin a focused season of prayer. Today is the start of our new series titled: “The Lord’s Prayer”. In this message pastor Ras starts the series by unpacking the first part of the prayer “Our Father in Heaven”.
During our youth service Rachel shared a powerful message on serving. In this message she illustrated how once you have an encounter with the living God you will automatically be drawn to serving. How serving God becomes a routine part of life.
Pastor Ras unpacks Jesus’ call that we are the salt of the earth and explores how we can live this out in the sphere of influence that we are called to.
Pastor Fabian shared a message on God’s purpose for us to reach the lost.
Pastor Paul share a message on the open door from the book of Revelation 3:7-13. The Lord, the One who opens and closes doors. The obvious lesson is that we must learn to grab the opportunities when they come, but not push and get frustrated when the Lord isn’t opening the door.
Special Message from Mike Kane MP
Pastor Terence shares of the importance of each member of the body of Christ.
Pastor Ras shared a message on leadership and the importance of it, looking at the example of Kind David and using the key scripture Proverbs 11:14 (CEV) “a city without wise leaders will end up in ruin; a city with many wise leaders will be kept safe.”
He also introduced the leadership and prayed for the leaders.