Jesus Christ: God. Man. Saviour.
(February 7 – March 27 2016)
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A Pregnant Pause (Mark Sayers) – Sunday 07/02/2016 Sermon Notes
As we prepare to begin the season of Lent, Mark speaks from Psalm 63 to illustrate the purpose of meeting with God in a place of lack or waiting, and the importance of being weaned towards maturity and fortitude in Him.
I AM: Jesus (Sarah Deutscher) – Sunday 14/02/16 Sermon Notes
The belief that Jesus is God is absolutely central to the Christian life. It is the core to the Christian’s ultimate reality. How do we know that Jesus is divine, not just a prophet or a crazy man? And if it’s all true, what does this belief tell us about us and God?
The King we didn’t know we needed (Mark Sayers) – Sunday 21/02/16 Sermon Notes
We want it both ways – to be our own king and to have a king lead us–to take the consequences when we don’t want them. But at Easter, God gives us the King we don’t just want but the King we need.
The Encouragement of the Spirit (Mark Sayers) – Sunday 28/02/2016 Sermon Notes
Mark journeys through John chapters 13-15 to look at the turning point in Jesus’ relationship with his disciples. They are on the precipice of a new way of understanding and practicing faith–one without the physical presence of their Teacher and Lord.
The Misunderstood Significance of Jesus’ Humanity (Sarah Deutscher) – Sunday 6/3/16 Sermon Notes
Western Christians often misunderstand the significance of Jesus being human. Sarah explores how we can grasp this, and why it is so important.
The Bravery of Christ (Mark Sayers) – Sunday 13/3/16 Sermon Notes
As we continue our Lent series looking at Jesus Christ: God, Man, Saviour; Mark considers an often unexplored aspect of Jesus: his bravery. What does this bravery tell us about the kind of Saviour he is, and what does it mean for those he calls out of the crowd to come and follow him?
The Triumphal Entry (Mark Sayers) – Sunday 20/03/2016 Sermon Notes
As we celebrate Palm Sunday and the beginning of Easter week, Mark teaches on Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem in Luke 19. Today the church is called to herald the arrival of the true King, participating in the Kingdom that is now but not yet.
Easter Sunday (Mark Sayers) – Sunday 27/03/16
At Red’s combined Easter Sunday Celebration service, Mark shares from the end chapters of Luke. Jesus brings life that meets us in every way we have been waiting for.