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28th May 2020 - A Word From The Pastors Desk

28th May 2020 - A Word From The Pastors Desk

Sourdough bread 🥖, the Bible, and following Jesus! What's sourdough bread got to do with growing as a disciple of Jesus? This week Pastor Eugene Hor talks about how growing as a disciple of Jesus and learning to make sourdough bread have much in common.
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29 April 2020 - A Word From The Pastors Desk

29 April 2020 - A Word From The Pastors Desk

Pastor Eugene Hor challenges us by reminding us that our daily prayer life or lack of it is an indicator of who we’re actually depending on in our lives each day. Prayer according to Jesus is the daily posture of a heart that's dependent on God.
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Taking Personal Responsibility For Your Growth In Godliness

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
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The Disruption Change Brings

The Disruption Change Brings

Change is often painful because it disrupts our comfortable normality. Change can also sometimes brings out the worst in us because change can makes us resentful and angry. The fact that we are subject to seasons in life that we don’t always choose or want is actually a reminder to us that we need a firm and secure anchor. Navigating the changes you face with courage, joy and godliness is only as good as the place you’ve anchored in life.
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Cultivating God-centered Loves

Cultivating God-centered Loves

Our sermon last Sunday on 1 John 2:12-17 (The Collision of Loves) reminded us that Christian discipleship is not just about knowing God; significantly, it is also about loving God. Like any sort of love, our love for God needs to be carefully cultivated. Following our sermon, it would be worth committing some intentionality into recalibrating the unconscious, reorienting our hearts, and relearning our habits.
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