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What Happens When Jesus Works?

When we talk about Jesus working, what does that mean? Where does Jesus work? What are the intentions of his work? Does his work have implications for today?

What can we expect from Jesus?

What can we expect from Jesus? Should we expect anything from him? This week as we continue through our sermon series through Luke we look at the message Jesus brings, how he backs up his message, and why that message cannot leave you neutral.

Sin, the Devil and Jesus

How are you tempted? Where do you find yourself struggling with a continual battle with sin? What does Scripture say about this? and how does Jesus deal with temptation?

What do we learn as God comes close?

As God comes close He will, without question insight change. This week take a look what we can learn from John’s work, from Jesus’s baptism, his genealogy and the Holy Spirits actions in all of these things.

What are we preparing for?

Getting back into the Gospel of Luke we ask the question “what are we preparing for?”

The Gospel of Luke: Questions in the search for Jesus

We are always searching, always looking to fill that hole in our lives, it’s in our very nature. What are you searching for? Why do you search? and where do you find yourself searching?

The Gospel of Luke: What were you hoping to find?

This week, Pastor Brad walks us through what it looks like to have a faith that works as we continue to work through the Gospel of Luke.

The Gospel of Luke: What happens when Jesus arrives?

What happens when Jesus arrives? What happens when the Saviour arrives in the flesh onto this little ball of dirt? As we keep working through the Gospel of Luke we tackle Jesus’s humble arrive, and grand reveal.

The Gospel of Luke; If God is at work what should I expect?

God is active and sovereign over all of the world and not an absentee land lord happy to let this world spin out of control. If God is at work in us and in this world what should we expect? What does it look like?

The Gospel of Luke: What to do with the grace of God

What do we do when we encounter the grace of God? Should this grace extend in to our lives and functionally change it? or is it just something we add onto our lives, or just do every week? Should we respond in worship or simply respond intellectually?