Luke – Part 21 – Dinner with the Doctor - Dalene Reyburn - Watch
July 7, 2019 - Notes
The gospels are full of accounts of Jesus healing people. In Luke 5:17-32 we see that Jesus is more intent on healing our souls than our sicknesses. But why does Jesus heal? How does He heal? Who does He heal? What should our response be when Jesus heals? What should our response be when He […]
Luke – Part 19 – Community - Steven Dollenberg - Watch
June 23, 2019
The character of our shared life has the power to draw people into the kingdom of God or push them away from it. How we live together is the most persuasive sermon we will ever get to preach.
Father’s Interference - Rory Dyer - Watch
June 16, 2019 - Notes
There is one thing worse than an interfering Father, it’s one who doesn’t. No matter what your story is, or what your family of origin was like, we need to turn to our heavenly Father, allowing His interference to transform our futures.
Luke – Part 18 – The great adventure - Geoff Kirsten
June 9, 2019
Luke – Part 17 – Particularly for Rory Dyer - Rory Dyer - Watch
The grace of God is simultaneously the most beautiful and the most challenging of Jesus’ teachings. Through the correct lens we can understand the peoples response in Luke 4 but in their anger they missed the gracious invitation.
An appetite for more - Paul Bergin
June 2, 2019
Luke – Part 16 – The greatest invitation - Adrian Quinlivan - Watch
As we start to immerse ourselves in the story of Jesus we see how He begins to say follow me, come change the world with me. That call goes out to ordinary men that would later become disciples of Jesus. That same call goes out to you and me, inviting us a life lived with […]
Luke – Part 15 -The Sermon that nobody likes - Rory Dyer - Watch
May 26, 2019 - Notes
How do you respond when challenged by Jesus? Jesus returns to his hometown of Nazareth in the early part of His ministry, preaching about the year of the Lord’s favour. The initial response is amazement at His gracious words but this amazement is quickly turned to furious anger when the people’s ideas are challenged.
Luke – Part 14 – The Gospel according to Jesus - Steven Dollenberg - Watch
May 19, 2019 - Notes
As Jesus returns to Galilee, teaching in their synagogues we see how it was Jesus’ practice to gather on the sabbath, read God’s word and proclaim the Truth it contains, which was an overflow of His faith in God’s word and His ways.
Luke – Part 12 – From water to wilderness - Dalene Reyburn - Watch
April 28, 2019 - Notes
Jesus goes straight from the water (His baptism), into the wilderness (His temptation). In the water – the faith-building place of acceptance, blessing and commissioning – the Word of God came over Him. And in the wilderness – the desolate place of danger, rejection and fear – the Word of God came out of Him. […]
A Cleansing, Commissioning, Covenant - Rory Dyer
April 21, 2019 - Notes
Through the first letter of the impulsive, ambitious and sometimes violent Peter we see a remarkable picture of a transformed, restored and equipped apostle (sent ones) of Jesus Christ. Peter is an example to us all of our need for covenant, cleansing and commissioning. From our sincere failed attempts at greatness to our glaring obvious […]
Luke – Part 11 – The brackets of sonship - Rory Dyer - Watch
In between the brackets of sonship, John the baptiser comes with a Holy Spirit filled bazooka of truth to confront and destroy everything that is holding us back from the Father and Son coming close together in perfect partnership. He takes a metaphorical axe to the root of everything holding us back: Excesses of our […]
Luke – Part 9 – Ransom Stories – Tracing Luke’s preparation for Salvation - Steven Dollenberg - Watch
March 24, 2019 - Notes
Through chapters 1, 2 & 3 Luke weaves a golden tapestry into the narrative like a string of pearls about Jesus the saviour, redeemer or ransomer. This is not just true in Luke’s gospel but all though history we have ﬁctional and factual stories of ransoms being demanded, refused and paid. From Frank Sinatra’s son […]