Finding Our Way
Finding Our Way
Sermons in this series
Being There
Sunday, 07 May 2017
Passage:Matthew 6:34
Duration: 36 mins 7 secs

Have you ever finished an entire meal without really tasting any of it because your mind was somewhere else? The fact is that even though our bodies are forced to function in the immediate present, our minds don’t have that limitation. Our wandering minds can miss a lot -The richness of experience, the incredible beauty of the universe, the need of someone right in front of us. Jesus was the most present and single minded person in the history of humankind. In the last installment in the "Finding Our Way" series, Pastor Peter teaches Jesus' secret of practicing being present.

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Lost And Found
Sunday, 30 April 2017
Duration: 44 mins 43 secs

Have you ever thought about why it is you're alive?  Have you thought about why you're alive now instead of 100 years ago or 100 years in the future?  It's no accident of nature I assure you.  This week Pastor Peter looks at how Jesus intends to use you to impact everyone and every situation...in a good way!  This is an important message for all of us who are "Finding Our Way."

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Finding Our Way Back Home
Sunday, 23 April 2017
Duration: 42 mins

There is a huge difference between being locationally near and relationally close. Many think of God as a task master to be obeyed rather than a Father to be loved. Pastor Peter shares how to move from religion to relationship and from servanthood to sonship using the most beloved parable in the Bible, The Prodigal Son.

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Missing The Point - Palm Sunday 2017
Sunday, 09 April 2017
Passage:Mark 11:1-10
Duration: 40 mins 7 secs

As Jesus enters the Jerusalem on what we now celebrate as Palm Sunday, His popularity has grown to the point where the people are hailing Him as the Messiah. In this Palm Sunday message, Pastor Peter asks the question: How did the crowd go from Hosanna on Sunday to crucify him on Friday? The message challenges us not to put God in box.

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Following As A Family
Sunday, 02 April 2017
Passage:Acts 2:42-47
Duration: 35 mins 17 secs

We were made in the image of a triune God. God's very essence is a loving community. And since we are made in the image of God, it should not surprise us that we are created for Community. That is how Jesus lived and it's how his followers are called to live. Pastor Peter teaches how Jesus' earliest followers lived in community and how it impacted the community at large.

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