Kenny reminds us that God makes us pure from the inside out, rather than through external rituals, and how the Gospel is available to the everyone as a result.
Peter’s experience in Acts 10 bears an interesting resemblance to Jonah’s story. What makes Peter’s response difference, and how does it inform the way we share the gospel?
Pastor Andrew shares the importance of not compromising on your faith by preaching the pure gospel to advance the Kingdom of God through Paul's story.
Paul said that God has caused his light to shine in our hearts so that we see the glory of God in the face of Jesus. How does Paul’s Damascus experience speak to our own need for encounter with God?
Pastor Kenny talks about the dangers of blending the Gospel with the ideas of our culture and how to make Jesus and the Gospel our priority. Acts 8:1 - 25
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When do we receive the baptism of the Holy Spirit? When we are converted, or afterwards?
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Pastor Andrew shares the story of Stephen, a man full of the Holy Spirit and wisdom, and how he challenges us by remaining faithful to Jesus, even unto death.
Stephen helped the Jewish leaders see the truth of their history, and where they had missed the promise of Jesus. He was martyred for it. Pastor Kenny asks: Are we faithfully telling the story of Jesus, even when it’s hard?
Pastor Kenny Innes unpacks Acts 6:1-7 and talks about the need for unity and change as the church grows.
Pastor Andrew McNinch reminds us that unity, honesty and integrity are integral to the functioning of the church, and that when it comes to being the temple of the Holy Spirit, holiness is not an optional extra.
Watch the Sunday Sermon Plus video to hear more about overcoming the temptation to present ourselves as something we are not.
Pastor Andrew McNinch talks about salvation, baptism, and the importance of being obedient to God.
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