Fear, discontent, and criticism are all toxic thought patterns that can pollute the Christian and impede their walk of faith and their effectiveness for the Kingdom. Entertain a toxic thought and it becomes a belief and then an identity and ultimately a stronghold. Join Darren as he teaches about the toxicity of our thought life and how to overcome it.
As we conclude the final part of the story of Nehemiah, we see his determination to say no to any kind of distraction and his realisation that what started out as a 'good work' was indeed a great work.
Chapter three of Nehemiah is a wonderful picture of a community coming together and getting a job done, shoulder to shoulder. It is a beautiful picture of what the Church should be like today. But it's not the full picture. If we are about the business of God we will face opposition, and for Nehemiah and the people of Jerusalem that comes in chapter 4. How did they deal with it, well listen to Darren and recognise the importance of the word he has chosen for this sermon - unswerving!
Join Major Lance Jeffrey as he tracks the growth of the Jesus movement from John Baptist and clearly demonstrates that transformation happens one life at a time as individuals encounter Jesus for themselves.
If we have a passion inspired by God how do we move forward? What are the next steps? Today we learn from Nehemiah that you have to define the vision, you have to plan carefully and you must inspire others.
What do we do when enough is enough, when we can't take it anymore? Today join Darren as he teaches about an OT character called Nehemiah and what his heart led him too when he couldn't take the suffering of his people anymore. (Sermon inspired by teaching by Pastor Craig Groeschel)
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In a moving and inspiring sermon Rod clearly demonstrates the powerful message that honouring one another makes to those who witness it.
Paul makes it clear that forming judgements against one another doesn't have a place in the body of Christ. Join Josh as he unpacks yet another 'one another'!
There is nothing more toxic and damaging to the body of Christ than grumbling. Grumbling is the audible sound of a discontent and disbelieving heart. James said "do not grumble against one another", and he did so with good reason. The Bible is littered with people, families and groups that grumble, moan, murmur and complain...... and it never goes well for any of them!