The idea of Temple, which helps symbolise God's presence with his people, is one of the themes which builds throughout the story of Scripture & therefore helps us understand God's great redemptive story. In this inspiring message we're taken on a journey from Genesis to Revelation (Eden > Tabernacle > Temple > Jesus > ___________ > New Jerusalem & earth) & then shown where we are as the Church in God's story today. Helping us to see our mission to carry God's immediate presence where we are everyday.
In this moving message Lacey Steel from Church On The Rock, Alaska talks about what it means to be a good friend. By blending the story of the men bringing their friend to Jesus in Luke 5:17-26 with her own real life experiences & struggles this message powerfully encourages us to be good friends to one another while trusting in Jesus to be enough.
These are the first messages in a new quarterly event called Celtic Fire in which we invite four speakers each year, one from each province in Ireland. The vision being to connect with other churches & ministries, hear what God is saying to the Irish Church & be set ablaze with his heart for this Island & the world. In these message Pastor Nick Cassidy from Cork Church shares what the Lord has shown him in his Word about the New Covenant secured in Christ.
This message is based on Paul's ministry & letter to the Ephesians. The message begins by pointing out the context this church was birthed in (Acts 19) & then goes on to give us three thoughs from Ephesians about how to impact our community for Christ. 1. By walking in our new identity. 2. By walking in unity. 3. By walking in the fullness of the Holy Spirit.
This inspiring message looks at Jesus sending out the twelve to proclaim his kingdom, cast out demons & cure diseases. He told them to bring nothing with them so they would learn to trust in God as their security & provider of all they need. In a similar way Jesus calls us to leave behind the things we make our security in order to follow him into the exciting future he has for each of us.
Reading: Luke 9:1-6
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