May – June 2016
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Coming Home to the Triune God (Sarah Deutscher) – Sunday 26/06/16 Sermon Notes
Sarah continues from last week’s message on the parable of the prodigal son. Speaking from Ephesians chapter 1, we look at how the triune nature of God – Father, Son and Spirit – calls us home and brings us into the embrace of God.
Generations of Gospel Sharers – Bjorn Irani (Sunday 19/06/16 AM)
As we celebrate families dedicating their children to the Lord, Bjorn shares a message of encouragement from Psalm 78. Sharing powerful stories of the gospel over generations, we are invited to step into the race ourselves and consider who God is leading us to with the Good News!
Coming Home – Brittany White (Sunday 19/06/16 PM)
What does it mean to collapse into the Father’s embrace? Britt leads us through the parable of the prodigal son (Luke 15:11-32) with insights into Middle Eastern culture in Jesus’ day, to show the depth of the Father’s love for all – younger and older brothers alike.
Halftime Huddle – Mark Sayers (Sunday 05/06/16)
Mark Sayers is back from teaching & learning in the UK/US and shares a ‘halftime huddle chat’ at Red Blackburn South. Mark shares some new insights of God at work through the Church and where He’s leading Red, and celebrating some of the key things God has been teaching, providing and blessing in 2016 so far.
The Restoration of Nearness – Melody Murton (Sunday 29/05/16) Sermon Notes
All throughout the Scriptures we see God reaching out and restoring the nearness between Himself and humanity. What role does the Church today have to play in this? Melody looks at the design and purpose of the temple through the Old and New Testaments to explore how the Church today is carrying on the title of Temple.