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THE HOUR HAS COME
Jesus has found comfort in the chaos. He has found strength in the storm. He has found fortitude in the face of the furnace.
Known Unto GodThe good news of the gospel is that not only we are known by God, but also we can know God.
The Good News of God's WrathHis wrath and judgement on injustice, corruption and persecution are profoundly good news.
Easter LeadersAs Easter Leaders, we know we encounter our risen Jesus in 'the message of the cross'.
Sober-mindedSober-mindedness is a cross-centred thinking that hopes in the return of the King Jesus.
Frustration and FaithTake your frustrations to your Father and let them be guided by the surety of God's unfailing love.
In the BeginningIn the beginning, Jesus was. Jesus was with God. Jesus was God. Jesus was with God in the beginning.
The Cross at ChristmasThe Gift of Christmas is the Cross. The cross of Christ gave hope to a destitute Mary all those years ago. It gives us hope today.
This Christmas is better than that ChristmasAs stunningly good as the first Christmas is, this Christmas in 2022 is even better.
Longings fulfilled in JesusBecause of what God has done in Jesus at the cross, Jesus is now my refuge, my deliverer, my rescuer, and my rock
By This Gospel You Are SavedGod, by his Spirit, saved me through Jesus’ death and resurrection. The wonder and delight of God’s grace in Jesus, through the gospel, never gets old.
Replenish, Renew and ReconcileTo renew, replenish, and reconcile them Paul reminds the Corinthians of the content centrality and significance of the gospel.
Yes, No The integrity of Christian leadership resounds in what we say 'yes' to, and what we say 'no' to.
There's HopeMatthew 1:18-2:18 reminds us there is hope in a horrible year. Mary knows a horrible year. She’ll wear the stigma and shame ...
Encountering Christ this EasterWe are Easter Leaders. We always have been but now more than ever. As Easter Leaders we know we encounter our risen Jesus.
Confidence in ChristPaul and the Philippians Christians face real uncertainty, complexity and difficulty. We look at Paul's confidence in Chapter 3.
What comes next? A look at Philippians to start thinking about life in a world recovering from the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Right people, right timeIn these unprecedented days, you, because of Jesus, are the right people, at the right time, for the churches, campsites and support ministries you serve.
Jesus ImmanuelThis Christmas, I am moved to tears by the depths of the grace of God shown to me in Jesus Christ.
Encountering Christ through ScriptureI recently returned from the International Brethren Conference on Mission. A standout moment for me came from John Lennox, the main speaker, talking about Nigel Lee.
After the fireHope Community Church (HCC) Lead Pastor Daryl Bay reflects on the way God has been at work in their church and in their community...
Growing a mustard seed cultureLyndon Frost is 5-months into a new role at Te Awamutu Bible Chapel—there’s a huge amount he could be doing...
Responding to terror with hope In the wake of the Christchurch terror attacks, Mark Grace reflects on the Apostle Paul's words to Timothy in the gospel