Welcome – 27 May 2018

It appears that despite the grace of Christ shown to the world, it nonetheless quickly degenerates into self love, pride and lust, as Paul wrote Timothy in his 2nd letter.

Christians must remain separate, he instructs. We must continue in what we've learned because the scripture is God-breathed, and makes us wise for salvation.
The true King will be revealed and we must be ready for Him.
"But as for you, continue in what you have learned and have firmly believed, knowing from whom you learned it"

[Welcome} 20 May 2018


Jesus promised that after He ascended to Heaven, He would send “a Comforter” as His intimate Presence for each believer in every situation, for all time. This happened ten days after His Ascension:

When the day of Pentecost arrived, they were all together in one place. And suddenly there came from heaven a sound like a mighty rushing wind, and it filled the entire house where they were sitting. And divided tongues as of fire appeared to them and rested on each one of them. And they were all filled with the Holy Spirit and began to speak in other tongues as the Spirit gave them utterance. (Acts 2)

This was the birth of the Church! Transformed in courage, wisdom and grace, the believers impacted Jerusalem that day, and thousands upon thousands have been coming into God’s Kingdom ever since. The third Person of the Trinity is with us – we are not alone!

Today, contemplate His loving Presence, and lean on Him!


Welcome – 13 May 2018


Four supernatural events have kept humanity from self-destructing. We celebrate them on Christmas, Good Friday, Easter, and Ascension Day. We celebrate Christ’s birth, when God became flesh; the cross, when sin’s penalty was paid; and the resurrection, when the power of death was broken. But what about His ascension? Why is it so important? Jesus’ return to His Father affected the lives of everyone, believers and unbelievers alike. After returning to heaven, He sent the Holy Spirit, to show people their need for a Saviour, to be their helper and teacher. Had Christ remained on this earth following His resurrection, His continuing ministry would have been limited. He would not have accomplished what He is presently doing through the Holy Spirit. Ascension Day reminds us that our exalted Lord is not only continuing His ministry for us as our Great High Priest and Advocate, but through the Spirit He is calling sinners to Himself.


Welcome – 6 May 2018

In his book, "I am a church member", Thom Rainer resets our faulty understanding of what it means to be part of a church. "We join our churches expecting others to serve us, to feed us, and to care for us… God placed us in churches to serve, to care for others, to pray for leaders, to learn, to teach, to give and, in some cases, to die; for the sake of the gospel"
You are the body of Christ, and individually members of it
(1Cor 12:27)
Are you here for the sake of the Gospel? In God's plan, yes.