We’ve all got stories of times we’ve failed in our lives. Whether it’s leaving the Salmon out of a Salmon Tortilla, or leaving $200 in cash in an ATM. Tim looks at the failure of Peter, one of the key leaders of the early church, when he denies knowing Jesus three times just as Jesus is arrested and crucified. Jesus knows our failures, he isn’t surprised by them, or unaware of them: he knows everything we’ve done in our lives. BUT Jesus knows about these failures, and forgives Peter, just as he forgives us, giving Peter a new life, with new purpose.
This biography of Peter’s failure and life serves as an introduction to our new series, Strangers Far From Home, looking through the book of 1 Peter, an open letter written by Peter to believers scattered throughout the world.
“If you take the work of God’s mission out of the Bible, all you’re left with is a front and back cover.” Kat Shields takes a look at what mission looks like and finds that for the most part, it is ordinary. An ordinary life, saturated with gospel intentionality- a commitment to building relationships modelling Jesus, and talking about faith as a natural part of conversation.
Kat is a regular member of our Sunday evening service, bringing us this talk from Luke 18.
Wycliffe Bible Translators aim to see disciples of Jesus growing through the Scriptures available in the language that speaks to their hearts. To that end, they are actively working on translating the Bible into new languages. While there are 2,000 lan…
“I’m thankful to God for a wonderful family here, that this can be our family. The range of wonderful people that come through the doors, all sorts of people, from all sorts of walks of life is just wonderful.” – Chris
Hello again parents, We have some more details for our bonfire night coming up now in just over one week! Friday 27th July 6.30 pm -9.30 pm For years 6-12. Cost – $10 Dinner provided Location – Diamond Creek (Address will be provided closer to event) We hope to have all the youth come along for a night of fun, friends, food and FIRE! I think it’s going to be great. Andi Please RSVP below:
Hey parents, I hope you’re all enjoying the first week of term 3! Following our service this Sunday; 7.20 pm – 8 pm, 22nd July, we will be having an extended time of Q and A. This is a great opportunity to ask a panel of Sunday@6 goers questions about this week’s talk and anything else God related. We hope to see many youth hang around! Andi
Hey parents! After our service this Sunday; 7.30 pm – 15th July, we’ll be heading over to the Windy Mile Cafe across the road to farewell Tim before he goes on long service leave. All are welcome to join. Meals are around $20-$25 if you are wondering how much to bring along. Andi