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The Whole Story: Obadiah

April 15, 2018 | Pastor Darren Young

Scripture: Obadiah 1 | Theme: To live with pride is to stand in opposition to God, which leads to ruin.

The pride of Edom shows us the deceptiveness of pride and the ruin that it brings. God is sovereign over people and nations and always unravel the agenda of the proud.

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The Whole Story: 2 Kings

April 8, 2018 | Pastor Darren Young

Scripture: 2 Kings 5:1-17 | Theme: God is patient, compassionate and sovereign - using all circumstances to bring people to himself.

In the life of Naaman and a young girl, we are reminded that God works through suffering, 'chaos' and sin to to draw people to himself. In it, he weaves our stories together in ways that we could never have seen or predicated.


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Easter Sunday: Seeing Isn't Believing

April 1, 2018 | Pastor Darren Young

Scripture: John 20:1-29 | Theme: Seeing Isn't Believing

The cornerstone of Christianity is Jesus’ resurrection; it is that moment in history that our faith rises or falls on. For Thomas this meant that he needed to see Jesus resurrected. But what of those of us who cannot? Is our faith weakened? Or is spiritual sight a truer and deeper reality than physical sight has ever been?

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The Whole Story: Job

March 25, 2018 | Pastor Darren Young

Scripture: Job 38:1-7, 42:1-6 | Theme: A Palm Sunday Perspective 

Job is one of the best-known biblical heroes. Undeservingly stripped of everything, his story reaches to the heart of every human who experiences hardship and asks the question, ‘why?’. In it all, Job points us to the grander story of Jesus who suffered greatly so that God could fulfill a better story.


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More Than a Name: Re-Creation

March 18, 2018 | Pastor Darren Young

Scripture: Luke 5:1-11 | Theme: The gospel is an invitation for re-creation

Many of us live with a version of Jesus. He’s God but he’s not King. He forgives, but he doesn’t re-create. The story of Simon in Luke 5 gives us a picture of what Simon experienced and the journey Jesus took him on to show him himself, overwhelm him, forgive him, and recreate him - and His desire to do the same for us.

 


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More Than a Name: Feeding 5,000

March 11, 2018 | Pastor Darren Young

Scripture: Matthew 14 | Theme: Feeding 5,000

Throughout Scripture Jesus uses the imagery of the field to help us understand that if we sow all that God has given us, he will abundantly multiply the Kingdom. This is the call that we are embracing as a church in our next season.

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More Than a Name: True Harvest

March 4, 2018 | Pastor Matt Myers

Scripture: Isaiah 61, John 3 | Theme: True Harvest

The prophets of Israel in the Old Testament present a world where God is present and active and there is a whole lot of good going on and at the same time there is a whole lot of brokenness around them. But will there be a day when the “harvest” will be white, i.e. ready? Will there be a day that it will come to some form of completion. As in the reign of God will be experienced

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More Than a Name: True Community

February 25, 2018 | Pastor Darren Young

Scripture: Luke 6 | Theme: True Community

The Whole Story of the Bible is an invitation to experience a true community of faith – knit together by one Saviour, one story and one call (all truer and deeper than any other definition or experience of community). As we step into a new name, we want to root our identity in what it means to experience life together as God intended.

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More Than a Name: A New Name

February 18, 2018 | Pastor Darren Young

Scripture: Genesis 32 | Theme: A New Name

Before Jacob was born God had spoked a blessing over his life. Jacob sought to achieve it on his own and failed. It was not until Jacob submitted through prayer and wrestling with God that it became his; along with it, a new name. God has encouraged us as a church into a new season and a new name, but our deepest longing is what is behind the name (what we have longed and wrestled for).