Latest Sermons

Don’t live like a slave in your Father’s house

Don’t live like a slave in your Father’s house

Living like a slave in the Father’s house has been described as condemning, judgemental, anxious, insecure, marked by little intimacy and joy, no music, no dancing, deep insecurity, overly sensitive to criticism or being overlooked. Life for a slave is the same as a religious Christian; it is a joyless crushing drudgery.

Living like a slave in the Father’s house has been described as condemning, judgemental, anxious, insecure, marked by little intimacy and joy, no music, no dancing, deep insecurity, overly sensitive to criticism or being overlooked. Life for a slave is the same as a...
The Lord’s Prayer

The Lord’s Prayer

Life is a combination of spectacular things and simple things. In almost everyone’s life there are breathtaking things and boring things. Fantastic things and familiar things. Extraordinary things and ordinary things. Awesome things and average things. Exotic things and everyday things. That’s the way life is. The Lord’s Prayer is reflective of life in this […]

Life is a combination of spectacular things and simple things. In almost everyone’s life there are breathtaking things and boring things. Fantastic things and familiar things. Extraordinary things and ordinary things. Awesome things and average things. Exotic things...
Upside Down and Inside Out

Upside Down and Inside Out

In Luke 11 Jesus shows us that, instead of making up boundaries that separate us from the world, we can follow Him, and change the world: turning it upside down by loving God and people from the inside out.

In Luke 11 Jesus shows us that, instead of making up boundaries that separate us from the world, we can follow Him, and change the world: turning it upside down by loving God and people from the inside out.