Evangelism

The Response to the Test of Evangelism

“We think more in natural ways than in the supernatural”, says Frank Corneloup as he begins his message. Frank goes on to use the example of Philip and the eunuch, as found in Acts 8 to illustrate the very real place of the supernatural in God’s dealings with man. Frank then explores other verses of Scripture to emphasise his point. We need to rearrange our thinking, says Frank, so that we are not prevented from moving ahead in faith by our natural thinking. Our response to every test should be a response of faith! Sunday 15th January 2012

Testimonies From Family Camp

This morning many members of the congregation gave inspiring testimonies to the grace and work of God in their lives following the Family Camp held the previous weekend. Following the time of sharing, John Alley gave a brief outline from Scripture of an upcoming message about “one of the most amazing keys to Christian living found in the Bible”. The Scripture verse John spoke from and plans to expound further at a later date in found in Romans 6:11. Sunday 25th March, 2012

Can I Pray For You?

Can I Pray For You?
Tony Ponicke begins his message with his personal testimony of being filled with the Holy Spirit – the difference between being a born-again believer and being a born-again believer who is full of the Holy Spirit and walking in the power of the Spirit. Tony testifies that once he was filled with the Holy Spirit, the word of God opened up to him in a new way so that passages previously read suddenly had a new and deeper meaning. Tony speaks of the importance of prayer – of spending time with the one we love (Jesus) and thus becoming tuned…

Of Ants and Men and God

David Alley begins his message by affirming that God came to earth and lived as a man in order to show us His great love for us. Just as in order to communicate to an ant we would need to become an ant, so it was with God, says David. In desiring to communicate with man God became a man and lived among us. Not only did He come, but in advance of His coming, God launched an extensive publicity campaign to let us know of it. First God sent the Old Testament prophets, and then at the birth of…

Does Jesus Have A Facebook Account?

Does Jesus Have A Facebook Account?
Does Jesus have a facebook account? Yes He does, and it is your account. Your posts and portrayal of yourself on social media is a portrayal of Christ to the unsaved ones who know you. In this message, we explore thoughts Christians should have towards the use of social media and discuss how to represent Him in a way that glorifies God. In the second half of the message David moves on to discuss some active ways of sharing your faith online.