by Jen Perdriau

We can struggle, as Christians, to sometimes recognize that we all still go through storms in our lives, even after we give everything to God. So how should we weather these storms? This week, Jen digs into the parable of the Wise and Foolish Builders, to cement just how important it is to have the […]

by Jill Southern-Jones

For this teaching, we look at two of the most iconic miracles in the Matthew’s gospel: The Feeding of the Five Thousand and Jesus walking on the Water. Faith often requires active participation, as we often face decisions that depend on how much we trust in God. Do we have Faith for the impossible? “The […]

by Jill Southern-Jones

This week, we conclude the story of Jonah, with an exploration into Chapter 4, and how Jonah reacts to God’s Grace to the Ninevites. Often if we’re not careful, we can approach our ministry with a level of pride and selfishness that we need to deal with if we want God to use us. Thankfully […]

by Nykolay Zagoruiko

This week, we’re looking at the variety of the miracles in the gospels that all happened while the Disciples were on a boat. When we start the journey with Jesus, we can begin to see God make things happen and transform our hearts, but often after walking the narrow road for a while, we can […]

by Russ Gant

This week, guest speaker Russ Gant returns, providing an inspiring introduction to the book of James. This book deals a lot with experiencing hardship and opens with the almost imponderable command that we should react to all problems with pure joy – Not something that sounds easy! However, often when we do experience hardship, those […]

by Paul Watson

Christians like to talk a lot about the Fire of God, but what does the Bible actually tell us when it talks about Fire? This week, Paul Watson explores different ways the word “Fire” is used in scripture, and what that means for us today.

by Alistair Petrie

With the world’s economic uncertainties, political tensions, and increasing immorality, how important is it for believers to make right choices? Is the church negotiating what should be non-negotiable, or is it being salt and light in a dark and hostile world? Rev. Dr. Alistair Petrie delivers a challenging message on the need for spiritual reform […]

by Shaun Israel

In this sermon Shaun speaks God’s purpose in turbulent times. In such times God calls us to deeper intimacy with Him and greater trust in Him. However, we can only do this if we truly know Him.

by Paul Watson

In this sermon Paul begins to explore the true meaning of, ‘the power of an indestructible life’ and what it is that can bring together the words, ‘indestructible’, ‘life’ and ‘power’.

by Jill Southern-Jones

Jill is back for part two of her series on the story Jacob. She speaks about the dream that Jacob had when he was on the journey to his Uncle Laban’s in which he saw a stairway to heaven and received the special promise from the Lord about all that was to happen in Jacob’s […]