The Church as Family

The Family that Forgives Each Other

We can radically forgive those who sin against us because we have been radically forgiven by God. We can seek reconciliation with those who offend us because God took the initiative to reconcile us to himself while we were still sinners.
Matthew 18:15-35
3 Sep 2017
Charles Lee

The Family that Forgives Each Other

We can radically forgive those who sin against us because we have been radically forgiven by God. We can seek reconciliation with those who offend us because God took the initiative to reconcile us to himself while we were still sinners.
Matthew 18:15-35
3 Sep 2017
Jeremy Lee

The Church that is Becoming like Jesus

God desires for each of us individually, as well as one corporate body to grow to mature Christlikeness, which happens as every part of the body speaks the truth in love to one another.
Ephesians 4:7-16
27 Aug 2017
Simon Murphy

The Church as the Family of God

As we forsake our old life for the sake of the gospel, we find that God provides a new family for us. The church is to be this family to those who God adds to us.
Mark 10:28-31
20 Aug 2017
Simon Murphy

The Call to Love Well

The gospel of God's love for us means we now relate to one another with the genuine, affectionate and honouring love of Christ.
Romans 12:9-10
13 Aug 2017
Jacob Ng

Jesus' Body, Our Bodies, and The Body

Because Jesus mercifully gave up his body for us to be saved, we now have been included in this body, and so use our physical bodies with humility to serve the body of Christ that we have been put into. This service is done with humility, and faith, in accordance with the gifts God has given us.
Romans 12:1-8
6 Aug 2017
Simon Murphy

Helping Each Other See That Jesus Is Better

God's people live as his family together to encourage one another towards active faith in the 'better-ness' of Jesus, so that our hearts aren't hardened by sin and we don't fall away.
Hebrews 3:1-19
30 Jul 2017
Simon Murphy