Sermons Archive

How Can Anything That Feels So Right Be So Wrong

Summary: A Valentine’s Day message emphasising the sacred nature of marriage.

Selling Herself Cheaply

Summary: God makes room for all, even for those women we routinely dismiss because of a soiled past. If God accepts Rahab the prostitute, He will accept me if I look to Him in faith.

A Church Without Walls

Summary: A study of the first congregation of the Lord provides us with the example of a church without walls. The members did gather for worship, but they were compelled to penetrate their world to tell others of Jesus. We must do the same in this day.

A Church Without Walls


A study of the first congregation of the Lord provides us with the example of a church without walls. The members did gather for worship, but they were compelled to penetrate their world to tell others of Jesus. We must do the same in this day.

When The Church Is Scattered

Summary: Studying the response of the first church when persecuted can encourage a proper response to disruption of services in the modern church in the West.

All That And A Bag Of Chips

Summary: God worked in Moses to transform him from a self-important man who imagined God needed him to become a man of God who knew that he needed God.

Jesus Makes Room For Misfits

Summary: A study of Jesus’ ministry to the outcasts of society.

The Tyranny Of The Expert



A study of the danger posed when experts assume control over a society, over a

community, or over a church. The message is a call to participatory Christianity

I Won’t Complain Anymore

Summary: The whining of the people of Israel following God’s deliverance from slavery is too often echoed among the churches of this day. Grumbling is a serious sin against God, inviting His divine judgement.


Summary: The message is a reflection on the sacrifice of the Christ–why it was necessary for Him to be pierced and why it was required that He be crushed. The message is a reminder that our peace results from His suffering in our place.


Summary: The Messiah has borne our griefs and carried our sorrows. What does that mean to us in our modern world? That is the question raised in this study of Isaiah’s presentation of the Suffering Saviour.


Summary: What does it mean that Jesus was despised and rejected? Are we who call ourselves Christians guilty of despising the Son of God, even rejecting Him? The message is a challenge to examine our lives to ensure that we honour Christ Jesus the Saviour.


Summary: If someone is looking for perfection in the Bride of Christ, they are not likely to find it. People focus on an ideal symmetry, but God gives His perfection to imperfect. We will be perfected at the return of our Saviour.

Unwelcomed In Zion

Summary: A review and application of the ministry of Amos, known to standing with God and against religion.

Make The House You Have The Home You Want

Summary: The message is a plea for Christians to ensure that their families are provided with a model for Christian living and that all within the family know the message of life in the Son of God.

Communion – Open, Closed or Cracked?

Summary: Is the Communion Meal Open to all who profess Christ? Or is it overseen by the congregation hosting the meal and thus restricted to those who are in open fellowship with the assembly? The message is a study of this controversial question.

Cheating The Labouer

Summary: James cautions us against cheating those to whom we are indebted. The message explores some of the parameters of this admonition.


Summary: God condemns rebellion against Himself and against the created order. God calls His people to a life marked by peace.

Mistreating The Vulnerable

Summary: Christians are taught to treat the vulnerable with compassion and with generosity. The study is based upon the practised instituted by Moses for Israel, which practise is continued among the churches to this day.

The Continuing Ordinance


A study of the Lord’s Supper, instructing the assembly as to what we are doing.


Summary: Christians are obligated by God’s character to free those enmeshed in slavery. Among the enslaved in North America are those participating in the scourge of pornography and prostitution, which Christians must avoid and resist.


Summary: A review of the sin of homosexuality with encouragement for followers of Christ to treat homosexuals with compassion while holding firmly to the Word of God.



 Genesis 4:1-10


Anger against fellow Christians destroys the Faithful, and especially does it destroy the one harbouring the hatred.

Reservation For Two [*]


The message is a study of the nature of the Lord’s Supper as encouragement to worship. We who worship the Saviour are encouraged to see that He has made reservations for two–the Bridegroom and the Bride.

Why Would You Not Join The Church?


Christians are expected to unite with a congregation of the faithful in order to fulfill the ministry God assigns each follower of Christ.


Those Who Believed Were Baptised

Summary: In the New Testament accounts, those who believed were baptized. No one was baptized and then believed, but those who believed were baptized because they were saved.

The Spirit God Gave Us


The Spirit of God lives in each twice-born follower of Christ. Because He lives in us, we are enabled to walk in power, to love as God loves, and to act with divine wisdom. God calls us to be controlled by the Spirit He placed in each of us.

Who Can We Blame?


If we will cease blaming others, we must be controlled by the Spirit of God. A study of the impact of God’s Spirit in the life of a believer.

Why Does God Judge A Nation?

Summary: Through the Prophet Amos, God provides the reasons for judging the nations around Judah and Israel, as well as His own people. The reasons for His judgement stands against nations to this day.

And God Created Mosquitos

Summary: A study of the effects of the fall of our first parents and the ramifications for creation. The follower of Christ lives in anticipation of the restoration of all things.


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