Tears Talk, God Hears

God knows how many tears you cry before Him—in thanksgiving and in heartache. Drawing from stories in the Bible, Ps Seka talks about how tears are a language God understands, and how your tears do move God.

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God Knows Best

God knows best. This is a statement that can only be made by someone who knows the heart of God and that they can place their trust in him in all circumstances. Ps. Seka illustrates in this sermon how God has always brought order, even since Genesis (Gen 1:1-2). Even now God brings order to […]

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In the Waiting Room

Calvin preaches on the time between time between one’s prayer and their answer from God. For some this time goes quickly, for others it can be a long journey with God. It is the time in between that can often be the hardest and yet also the most beneficial to one’s growth in God. In […]

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The Next Generation

Ps. Seka delivers a powerful message about how the world is out to confuse and destroy the next generation, but the Lord is rising up an army of children stronger than the last generation.

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Hare and the Torture

In this message Pastor Matthew asks what is our will, and where is our self control? To achieve anything we need to have an iron will and self-control to see it through. Matthew makes note of Jesus’ interest in people’s own will (Mark 10:51-52, John 5:6) whilst he himself made a choice to follow the […]

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Build your life in God

Ps. Seka preaches on the importance of making a choice for Christ. With two members of the church being baptized in the service, Ps. Seka takes the time to reflect on her own choice to be baptised and choices since to continue following Jesus. Our choices can either make us or break us, and there […]

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Who’s messing with your head?

Pastor Seka unpacks the power of the scriptures in Mark 4:35-4. Jesus tells His disciples to get in the boat because they are crossing over to the other side of the lake. The storm comes and the disciples are overtaken by their human logic and thinking and in that moment they forget who Jesus is… […]

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