22 April 2020 - A Word From The Pastors Desk
Pastor Eugene Hor gives us a short word from his desk this week to encourage us to look at what fuels our heart and minds each day. He gives us suggestions on how to develop the discipline of regular Bible reading, and outlines the 3 R approach to meditating on God's Word: Reading, Reflecting and Responding.
Taking Personal Responsibility For Your Growth In Godliness
“No Spiritual Discipline is more important than the intake of God’s Word. Nothing can substitute for it. There simply is no healthy Christian life apart from a diet of the milk and meat of Scripture.” - Donald Whitney, Spiritual Disciplines For The Christian Life
Good Friday 2019
Our order of service for our 2019 Good Friday Service that you might like to use for your personal worship, prayer and Bible reading
Who's Responsible For My Growth At Church?
Who’s responsible for MY growth as a Christian at church? It’s a great question and sometimes it’s driven by the common misconception that the church needs to cater for ‘my’ growth as a Christian. So unless I’m getting something out of the preaching (it’s too long), or unless the worship moves me (it’s not very exciting), or unless I have friends (I haven’t got any close relationships), or unless there’s programs that meet my needs and my children’s needs, this church is not catering for my growth as a Christian! Can I say to you that to make your growth as a Christian solely dependent on your Sunday’s at church is not only a mistake, but far from what the Bible teaches. In fact, I would go as far as saying that it’s foolishness.