Sermons on “Luke”
We have engaged in the holy discipline of listening to the other. Now we want to discern how to respond. Faith without works is dead says James and Jesus say salvation has arrived when Zacchaeus makes reparations. How are you and I—personally and corporately—called to heal the wounds of racism in our community and neighbourhoods?View Sermon
With the arrival of the Wise Men Jesus is revealed as king. And, as Jesus is revealed through the resurrection, we receive the revelation that we too will be changed to be like him. The corruptible will be swallowed up by the incorruptible.View Sermon
We believe that Scripture, understood through the person of Jesus, should be at the centre of who we are and what we are to do. By doing this we ensure that we remain kingdom focused (Luke 24:27; 2 Timothy 3:16–17).
Am I truly placing God’s word at the centre of my life and ministry daily?
Prayer is every believer’s responsibility and awesome privilege. More than ever in Canada’s short history, does our nation need a praying Church. Not necessarily just more of what we are already doing, but there’s more to prayer than we have pursued. Church needs to step into the “more”… There is a promise that continues to be relevant today though it was given at the dedication of Solomon’s temple: “if My people, who are called by My name, will humble themselves and pray and seek My face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and will heal their land” (2 Chronicles 7:14).View Sermon
Building on Carol’s sermon the week before, Tiffany draws attention to the way Jesus subverts the cultural expectation by embracing Mary as a disciple which points us to the inclusive nature of God.View Sermon
Christmas isn’t a Hallmark card, it’s an alarm bell to the world that things are not as they should be while at the same moment extremely good news because God has broken in and is with us.View Sermon