Sermons on Luke
Paul looked at the nature of relationships by examining the one Jesus has with Zacchaeus. In Luke 19 we see a model of Jesus and his desire to have a relationship with people. The way Zacchaeus responds shows the transformation that comes from knowing Jesus.
Paul shared from Matthew 23 and Luke 15 and looked at Marriage. Specifically that we find completeness in God not in each other.
Sunday Paul shared on Financial Stewardship and the need for us to give everything to God. If God isn’t the God of all, then God isn’t God at All.
Martin closed out the series in the evening looking at the unprofitable servant. A rather challenging Parable that pushes us towards Jesus with a servants heart and a posture of humility.
Sunday Morning Pastor Duncan spoke on the Shrewd Manager a parable that often has a great deal of conjecture and debate over its meaning. We looked at what it means to steward well the time, talent and treasure that God has given us. The passage we looked at is Luke 16:1-13
Duncan spoke in the evening on the Friend at Midnight and this was Part 2 of his message on Persistent Prayer. Looking at what should our prayer life reflect vs. what is it really like.
In the Morning we had the pleasure of having Peter Carblis share on the parable of the Minas and the Talents. Looking at how we use that treasure that is the knowledge of Jesus Christ.
Pastor Paul gave a challenging address to ‘live salty’ and seek the hearts of the Lost with the message of Jesus. At our morning service he challenged us to be proactive to share Jesus with people. This message also features the testimony of Steve Dicker and inspiration for seeking the hearts of the lost.