David Burt, the current chaplain of Oxley Christian College spoke about his passion for seeing Jesus lifted up in our local sporting clubs. 7-8% of us go to church at least once a month, however 70-80% have at least one person in our family involved in a sporting club!
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Allan preached a great message from the story of the Good Samaritan our of Luke 10. What a challenge to see our neighbours in the light of this story.
In Dale’s last message on the Fruit of the Holy Spirit, he wraps everything up with ‘Your Mission’. “Your mission, if you choose to accept it, is to be loved by God”
Graham finished his series ‘Christians At War’ with this last message on the weapon that is our Testimony. It’s so easy to forget how powerful God has been even in our own story!
What is the Fruit of the Holy Spirit? In this message, Dale unpacks Faithfulness, Gentleness and Self-Control, and how they help us develop spiritually in relationship to God.
Teen Challenge shared their ‘celebration service’ with us. We heard some amazing testimonies of how God turned their life around in the face of addiction.
Dale continues his series ‘What is the Fruit of the Holy Spirit?’. This message is part 2 – Patience, Gentleness, Goodness.
In Matt’s Sunday morning message at LMC, he talked about having the ‘faith of a child’. Both humble, and teachable!
In the next part of the series ‘Fruit of the Spirit’, Dale talks about how the Fruit of the Holy Spirit is the result of the Holy Spirit’s presence in the life of a Christian, and what it means to be a ‘Fruitful Christian’.
In continuing the series ‘Christians at War’, Graham spoke a message for all to hear! If we can overcome this one thing, we will be well on our way to overcoming any battle we face. Selfishness.