Sunday, September 29, 2013

What to Do in Difficult Times

Val Ciacia's message on Sunday 29th September 2013 is available for download.

In this message Val shares four principles that Jairus practiced as he reached out to Jesus during the difficult time he faced as his daughter lay dying. Jairus was a person similar to most of us in many ways and found himself in a desperate, pressured circumstance filled with uncertainty and fear. Yet he turned to Jesus and was prepared to risk everything. In his example we can find challenge and encouragement to help us to endure and manage difficult times in our lives as they come to us.

Sunday, September 22, 2013

Genesis to Jesus, Creation to the Cross

Oreste Pompetti's message on Sunday 22nd September 2013 is available for download.

In this message Oreste begins to take a more detailed look at a significant theme identified in the early chapters of Genesis  - the way of the Lord. Abraham was chosen by God to direct his children and household after him to keep the way of the Lord. The fulfillment of what God began in Genesis redemptively through Abraham was accomplished through Jesus Christ. Beginning with the account of creation in Genesis, God's ultimate purposes are revealed through Jesus Christ, through His plan to create a new people that are His very own; a people who are God's sons and daughters and who walk in the way of the Lord. But what exactly does the way of the Lord involve for God's people? Listen in and find out. It may be very different to what you think.

Sunday, September 1, 2013


Sash Stanceski's message on Sunday 1st September 2013 is available for download.

In this message Sash talks about how God wants to engage us in everyday life through the discipline of daily prayer. Prayer is an attitude of daily dependence upon God that is practically expressed through diligently seeking God by faith.  We can expect to be blessed when we engage with God in prayer each day. But what exactly are those blessings? Listen to this encouraging message and find out.