Latest messages from Sunday mornings
We make a difference by making room for others
We are called to fight the good fight!
See it, Seize it, Serve in it
Watch now the inspiring message from our guest speaker Leeana Kukutai from our Salt Global service on Sunday.
Your name represents you. You’re known by your name and it helps to identify who you are and where you belong.
God knows the beginning from the end, he has plans for us and he has a plot. It’s a positive, hope-filled plot that ends well and He simply invites us to trust Him.
The future focussed person looks back only to remind themselves of the powerful, prayer answering, faith honouring God they serve to strengthen their resolve to move forward with even greater faith and more persistent prayer.
We don’t have to be afraid of change and we don’t have to be afraid of the future. Some of the greatest opportunities await us for effective ministry in the world.
“They will be called oaks of righteousness. A planting of the Lord for the display of his splendor”
God will still work good, even in the tough times He will work all things together for good.
We are called to be the salt-seasoning that brings out the God-flavours of this earth. Let’s not forget about the immense difference a church makes simply by being a community of faith that meets each week to worship God.
Sarah Vaelua shares a powerful message about when we choose to have courage and stand up as a mighty warrior, God will be right there with us - every step of the way.
As we journey together, the more and more we realise that we need each other - together is God’s way.
People everywhere are searching for happiness and what does it mean to be happy? Ps Russell unpacks the 12 habits of happy people.
A new year is about making resolutions and fresh starts. What’s in your heart as we go into 2019? Is there a fresh desire to go further in your walk with God and a cry of your heart to know God on a personal level?
The Lord is my strength and shield. In Him my heart trusts
Barriers do not have to be perfect fixtures
No effort is too great when you genuinely love and care for someone. This is what sets a community apart from a crowd.
When we journey through life, most of the time we are walking into a mystery - God has a plan for us but we often don’t know exactly when He is going to work it and how He is going to do it.
What was it that made Jesus so different to everyone else? Where did his incredible capacity to love come from? But even more importantly, how can we learn to love Like Jesus loves?
Love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. These things are called the fruit of the Spirit. In other words, these fruits grow in our lives as a result of the work of the Holy Spirit within us.
Now that you have received Christ, you have been given wings of Faith.
God never intended the Great Commission to be accomplished by anything other than miraculous intervention. But this is where it gets exciting, because you see, it’s as we obey His command that miracles start happening.
God’s reasons are always to protect us. However, there is a liar out there that will try to question and trick us into thinking otherwise.
What is your God-sized vision? A God-sized vision is one that we cannot reasonably accomplish in our own strength. A God-sized vision is one we can only accomplish with supernatural help and intervention.
Sarah Vaelua shares a powerful message about being “found following Jesus” - in the big trips, the little trips and everything in between.
“My intention today is to provoke a thought. Who are your friends? Who are you surrounding yourself with? If you show me your friends, ill show you your future.”
Ps Sue Lacey shares a powerful message about not just listening but acting on what we hear from God.