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When Grace Met Truth
Saturday, 25 May 2013
Passage:John 1:1-17
Duration: 36 mins 12 secs
The people Jesus loved were messy. The way Jesus loved was messy. He ate with tax collectors and talked with adulterers. His disciples struggled and we still struggle today to understand his extraordinary love. In this message, Pastor Peter unwraps the two ingredients that made Jesus' love revolutionary - the secret of the most irresistible message ever preached.
Showing Up
Saturday, 18 May 2013
The early Christians in Rome did not have it easy. They were persecuted, blamed for crimes they didn't commit, even fed to lions. Yet Jesus painted an encouraging picture of their circumstances; he said they were "the salt of the earth," and "the light of the world." While they were simply trying to stay alive, Jesus was saying that they had been strategically placed by God. Could this be true of your life and your circumstances too? In this message, Pastor Peter explains the influence we may not even know we have.
Insiders Outsiders
Saturday, 11 May 2013
Duration: 42 mins 10 secs
Without intending to, Christianity won the West. It toppled the Roman Empire. And it did so without raising a sword. What was the secret of the early church's influence? And where did we go wrong? In this message, Pastor Peter reveals the secret-and a lesson for us about judging others.
Quitters
Saturday, 04 May 2013
Passage:1 John 4:11
Duration: 45 mins 15 secs
The words used to describe Christians today often bear no resemblance to the one word Jesus wanted his followers to be known for. What would it look like if, for one day, we got it right? What if we as Christians embodied this one word? What if our behavior was so consistent with this word that folks around us were drawn to us - and to God. In this message, Pastor Peter challenges us to change the name and reputation of Christianity by becoming a group of followers characterized by this one thing.
Brand Recognition
Saturday, 27 April 2013
Passage:John 13:35
Duration: 48 mins 31 secs
"Christian" is a brand that can be good, bad, attractive, or repelling. It's a loaded label no matter whom you ask. But where did the word come from? And did it come with instructions? In this message, Peter reexamines the word "Christian" and revisits the one thing Jesus wanted his followers to be known for-it may surprise you if you've been hurt by the church or by a Christian.
Brand Recognition
Saturday, 27 April 2013
Passage:John 13:35
Duration: 48 mins 31 secs
"Christian" is a brand that can be good, bad, attractive, or repelling. It's a loaded label no matter whom you ask. But where did the word come from? And did it come with instructions? In this message, Peter reexamines the word "Christian" and revisits the one thing Jesus wanted his followers to be known for-it may surprise you if you've been hurt by the church or by a Christian.
Brand Recognition
Saturday, 27 April 2013
Passage:John 13:35
Duration: 48 mins 31 secs
Christian is a brand that can be good, bad, attractive, or repelling. It's a loaded label no matter whom you ask. But where did the word come from? And did it come with instructions? In this message, Peter reexamines the word Christian and revisits the one thing Jesus wanted his followers to be known for-it may surprise you if you've been hurt by the church or by a Christian.
Closing Arguments
Saturday, 20 April 2013
Passage:John 14:11
Series:Verdict
Duration: 38 mins 51 secs
Pastor Peter teaches that the stories of the resurrection were not invented two generations after the events, but were in circulation during the time that the eyewitnesses were alive.
Call The Witnesses - Verdict Part 2
Saturday, 13 April 2013
Passage:Luke 1:1-4
Series:Verdict
Duration: 42 mins 35 secs
Pastor Peter looks at the four Gospel writers, Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John and examines the evidence to see if the Gospel accounts are reliable.
Opening Statements: Is the Bible a book that can be trusted?
Saturday, 06 April 2013
Passage:John 20:31
Series:Verdict
Duration: 38 mins 53 secs
Pastor Peter looks at the manuscript evidence of the Bible compared to other ancient manuscripts that we accept as historically accurate.
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