Sermons by “Pastor David”

We Are Community Oriented

We believe the community called church is a new family. This means we intentionally invite people to become a part of our life together. As well, we foster an environment in which we openly share what is happening in our lives with each other and seek to respond to each other with love and concern. We also seek to be a place of healing for all people.

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We Are Missionally Minded

We believe that mission is the reason for the church’s existence. Scripture describes God’s great mission to redeem and renew all of his creation, particularly humanity. God has called us to participate in that mission, in the power and under the direction of the Holy Spirit.

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We Are Scripture Centred

Being Scripture Centred is important for our church life, but if we are not putting Scripture at the centre of our personal lives then the value doesn’t mean much.

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All in All

What are we waiting for? We are waiting for God’s plan of salvation to be completed through Jesus Christ. At Christmas, we are declaring that the king has come and is coming again to put the world right and to put it under God who will then be all in all.

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Living With the Light On

John tells us the Christmas story with a twist, but the light is the same. That light has broken in and lives with us. As a result, we can now live with him. He has given us the right to become children of God.

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Love Never Fails

There are things that are a part of our lives while we wait for the completion of our salvation. Some of those seem really dynamic and important right now. In fact, some of those things can have all of our attention. What should be our priority is love. With love those other things will have their proper place in our lives.

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Joy

This Sunday our children and youth will lead us in exploring the Nativity through drama. Pastor David will explore Mary’s song as it sums up the joy of Israel and the world.

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A Person for Others

As we wait, Jesus doesn’t call us to a cloistered life. We are a people on mission, so we are to have a posture of seeking the good of all people, even over our own rights. In this way we are to imitate Jesus who gave up equality with God.

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Fools for Christ

At a time of year when we can purchase and possess anything we want, which promises at least temporary happiness, aren’t we foolish to be a people who wait? Yes, we are. We are fools for Christ because He alone is the wisdom of God. In this way we are a signpost to our neighbours. The tools we need for waiting are patience and humility.

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All About That Base

People in Regina know all about the problems that come with bad foundations. What is true about our houses is also true with our lives. We have to examine what our lives are founded on because a bad foundation will result in a sinking life. Whereas a good foundation will result in a strong life.

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