Tribe Byron Bay is a community of passionate lovers of Jesus.
We have intentionally built a community based on all that Christ taught His disciples to do.
Our passion is to live in His presence and walk in His love.
Community Series: Shining Light in the Valley of the Shadow - Part 1- Justin Cloherty – 11 October 2020
Psalm 23 describes to us how God can be found in every moment. He can even be found in the valley of the shadow of death, and more often than not is the one leading us into valley. He champions us on in the dark moments of life so we learn how to feast on Him. This is how He prepares us for ministry. Just as the Spirit led Jesus into the wilderness to be faced with himself and Satan. So to the Lord leads us to the valley of the shadow so we learn to feast on Him.
Vulnerability and Community Series – Part 3: The Practicals – Maria Mason – 4 October 2020
In our final in this sub-series on building community, Maria tackles some practical ways to build with vulnerability! The first is with yourself – the inner art of self-reflection and awareness builds an internal culture of vulnerability. The second is in your relationships – and we look at some great communication skills for “going deeper” and the third area is some ideas for building in community. Our communities grow more vulnerable when we work on us and our relationships. It’s also important for leaders within Christian community to model, teach and build up the culture that helps foster “real” connections. We CAN move forward, we are not stuck, and we all have to choose in this busy world to connect more deeply and with hearts wide open. This in turn leads to open hearted communities that can host the glory (presence) in tangible ways leading to an increase of love and empathy. Its so worth it even though its costly, to build from the heart and live in His light and love.
Vulnerability and Community Series - Part 2: Going Deeper - Maria Mason - 27 September 2020
When there is no vulnerability in our church cultures, we accidentally end up with performance culture and avoidance culture which is basically a set up for shame and hiding! In today’s message, I want to talk about some values and help define this new creation vulnerability a bit more. There are a lot of pitfalls and imbalances to getting this right in community. The biggest issue of all is boundaries. Boundaries is basically self-care! The setting of Godly limits. I am responsible for my own health and my relationships and no one else can do that for me. Jesus, Himself, had boundaries and was extraordinarily clear about the things He was going to talk about and to whom! He demonstrated how being powerful was His responsibility! He did not give His power away! It’s time to choose to be seen, choose to be vulnerable and therefore choose to love more whole heartedly in community and in all our relationships!
Vulnerability and Community Series - Part 1: New Creation Vulnerability in Community - Maria Mason - 13 September 2020
The Kingdom is all about the community from on high - a community that builds with the open hearted practice of vulnerability. Vulnerability gets a bad rap but its such an important thing for New Testament life to be full and to be vibrant. The opposite of living with an open heart is to live with a closed one, and the result of doing this will, without doubt, be shame and secrecy - which leads to judgement and fear! Because we are called to build a confessional culture (James 5:18), we have to make sure we are learning the practice of truth and love together. It’s not easy and we will fail as we learn but we are called to speak the truth with the powerful ingredient of enduring love. We can not close over and let our hearts be shut down or we will suffer as a result. It’s time to get back out there with courage and build relationships and communities of the heart! The kind of one you would want to visit and maybe even join! New Creation Communities!
Community Series - Your Relationship with the Church – Phil Mason – 6 September 2020.mp3
In this pandemic season everybody’s relationship to the church is being refined and purified. In this timely message in the new ‘Building Community’ series, Phil invites us to explore the state of our heart toward Jesus’ bride. Paul described the church as “the mother of us all.” (Galatians 4:26) Many of us carry unresolved ‘mother issues’ and church wounds. These wounds hinder our ability to love the bride the way Jesus loves His bride. This is a good season to get our heart right toward the universal body of Christ.
Community Series – Building with Prayer – Justin Cloherty – 30 August 2020
Prayer is for everyone in the body of Christ. It’s a beautiful sacrifice that God allows us to participate in. It’s how we learn the language of Heaven and release His Kingdom on the earth. It breaks the strongholds of the enemy and exposes Satan’s plans in the earth. If one persons prayer can move mountains imagine what a group of people prayer could do for His name sake.
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