by Jilly Lyon Taylor

When we look at our lives or situations that may arise, we can often look at it from a place of seeing the glass half full or half empty. We have to learn to look at it through God’s eyes. In this sermon, Jilly looks at Numbers 13-14, when the Israelite’s have just come back […]

by Paul Watson

How often do we worry about the things in life that would seem completely normal to the world, but totally absurd to God. If we find ourselves fretting over things like food, clothes and money, there needs to be a re-calibration of our view of God as our provider. Jesus commanded us to “seek first […]

by Jill Southern-Jones

In this inspirational talk, Jill challenges us whether we are willing to be a polished arrow ready to be used by God. Often we aim to be in the bow, ready to be used, and can be frustrated by time in the quiver. However, when we are in the quiver, it is a place of […]

by Jen Perdriau

In this sermon, Jen Perdriau shares how God had each of our lives in His hand and how we can completely trust in Him. Sometimes, we face situations that don’t go to plan in our lives. Sometime it is a result of ourselves getting in the way, sometimes it is the Enemy blocking us, but […]

by Morna Gillespie

The catalyst for true Christianity is found in John 15. Jesus said to His disciples “I am the vine; you are the branches. If you remain in me and I in you, you will bear much fruit; Remaining in Christ wasn’t a command just for the 12 apostles but also for us today! If we […]

by Diane Watson

Do you wonder why we fail to see the power of God working in our lives the way the scriptures reveal? Maybe we need to ask the tough question on whether we truly believe the statement Jesus made in Mark 10:27 when He said: “with God all things are possible”. Diane Watson presents scriptural evidence […]

by Gary Gallagher

Who’s righteousness are you trusting in? We’re saved by grace through faith according to Ephesians 2, yet how often do we slip back into a works mentality as we continue with Christ. Gary Gallagher delivers a much-needed reminder of the sufficiency of Christ’s righteousness for us who believe, and how everything we need is from […]

by Paul Watson

In this sermon, Paul Watson walks through Psalm 138, touching on how we need to sing praises before the “gods”, exalting God’s unfailing love and faithfulness and how God brings down the proud but uplifts the humble and restores those in trouble.

by Morna Gillespie

There is a famous hymn that speaks of Christ during life’s troubles. The first verse goes like this: Will your anchor hold in the storms of life? When the clouds unfold their wings of strife? When the strong tides lift, and the cables strain, Will your anchor drift or firm remain? Morna Gillespie encourages us […]

by Derek Puffett

What do you think is the most important question you could ask or be asked? Is it “will you marry me?” or “what’s the purpose of life?” The question itself may seem important, but what gives it value is the answer! Derek Puffett tells us how Jesus’ question to Peter on whether he loved Him […]