10 episodes

Weekly teaching audio brought to you from Redeemer Christian Church in Huonville, Tasmania.

Redeemer Christian Church Podcast Isaac Lee

    • Religion & Spirituality

Weekly teaching audio brought to you from Redeemer Christian Church in Huonville, Tasmania.

    The Danger of Distraction

    The Danger of Distraction

    In this message we see how easily the church could have been distracted from it's mission, even with doing something good. The enemy will use anything to distract us from serving Jesus, we need to expect the distractions, and expel them.

    • 34 min
    Persecution Begins

    Persecution Begins

    The church has grown and enjoyed peace until Acts 4. Now the people of God are beginning to experience opposition, a theme of Christian life that stretches from the time of Christ until this day. All who wish to live a Godly life in Christ Jesus will be persecuted.

    • 35 min
    A Miracle with a Message

    A Miracle with a Message

    In this message we examine the miracle of restoring the legs of a man born lame and the sermon that Peter preaches afterward. We can follow in Peter's footsteps by doing two things: give what we have, and tell what we know.

    • 29 min
    The Spirit-Filled Church

    The Spirit-Filled Church

    There's a lot of ideas about what the spirit-filled church should look like. In this message Isaac looks at what the Bible tells us about the original "spirit-filled" church: the church in Jerusalem immediately after Pentecost.

    • 33 min
    Why Do Mission

    Why Do Mission

    In this message Wilbur Longbottom shares from John's gospel about the reason why the church should be on mission.

    • 21 min
    Spirit-Filled Preaching

    Spirit-Filled Preaching

    What is Spirit-filled preaching really like? Is it only when people are fired up? Is it when it's exciting, or when there's a "supernatural hush"? We look at Peter's sermon on the day of Pentecost for a model of spirit-filled preaching.

    • 36 min

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