by Jen Perdriau

As Christians, we all know that once saved, we are no longer citizens of the world, but part of the household of God. But we also have to make an active choice to live in God’s Kingdom, and not under the authority of sin and death. Has the enemy stolen ground from our lives? Do […]

by Jilly Lyon Taylor

As Members of the Body of Christ, we can always rely on God when things are difficult, and we lose our way. But what about when we aren’t in trouble? Do we earnestly seek after and follow the Lord when we don’t have some trial to overcome? This week, Jilly Lyon-Taylor explores the challenge of […]

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 Diane Watson

How can we apply the Word in our lives today? It is by Grace we are saved, but that doesn’t take away our need for direction. So how do we balance Faith with Works? This week, Diane Watson explores the Ten Commandments, challenging us to grow in righteousness and obedience to God.

by Paul Watson

The believer has been crucified with Christ. If you are born again of the Holy Spirit, you have died and risen with Christ. The old has gone, the new has come! Why then do we still have to fight sin in our own lives if we have been set free from the power of sin? […]

by Ken Symington

Walls, fences and hedges are useful in establishing clear boundary lines and protecting the residents within. Similarly, the Bible is full of boundary lines. God’s boundaries were intended to set His people apart as a holy nation and also to protect from the dangers of sin. Ken Symington draws parallels from Nehemiah and the broken […]

by Paul Watson

Sometimes we can become a bit accustomed to the gospel message, and it loses some of its impact on us. Jesus Christ saves! The very definition of His name, Yeshua, means ‘the Lord saves.’ Every human being has been born a sinner, and has need of a saviour. Listen as Paul Watson reviews the truth […]

by Paul Watson

Do you still struggle with guilt and shame? All people sin, and we all fall short of God’s standard. Many of us identify with the Apostle Paul when he speaks of the struggle between the flesh and the spirit: wanting to do the right thing, but not being able to. Thanks to Jesus, we can […]

by Jill Southern-Jones

We can easily presume that our secret sins are harmless to those around us. We may know that the sins we commit in private are wrong, and we may even be trying to overcome them. But Jill Southern-Jones draws out from the story of Achan a key lesson on how no one can sin in […]

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 […]