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Welcome home - The prodigal son. Redefining lostness and hope
We are created for significance and contribution. In week 3 of our series Welcome home, Craig Meyer delves a bit deeper into what 'lostness' looks like and the hope we have of always being accepted by the Father when we come back home to him. We find our hope and our worth in him.
A sacrifice of faith - Abel still speaks
Your faith determines your worship. Wawa Jafta explains what faith and true worship is all about by looking at the lives of Cain and Abel. There is power in a godly life where we give God the very best of all that we are and all that we have.
Easter Sunday - Empty promises
Jesus promised an empty cross, empty cloths and an empty grave. On this Easter Sunday, Craig Meyer reminds us that, through the completed work of Jesus, we receive forgiveness, faith and a future.
Good Friday - Where is Jesus?
If I'm not aware of my sin, I am not as aware of my forgiveness. On this Good Friday, Craig Meyer takes us through the last week of Jesus' life. He makes us aware of how easy it is to 'lose' Jesus in the busyness of life and encourages us to walk very closely with our Savior.
Welcome Home - The prodigal son 2. Repentance and forgiveness
Forgiveness is not dependent on the other person's actions. In week 2 of our series Welcome home, Craig Meyer gives us a better insight into the meaning of repentance and forgiveness. Taking responsibility for our actions is a Christian life skill that needs constant practice if we are to mature in Christ.
Welcome home - The Prodigal Son 1. Where are you?
Where are you? God is knocking. In week 1 of our series Welcome home - Prodigal Son, Craig Meyer challenges us to have a look where we are in our relationship with God. He is a loving Father who longs to have fellowship with his children.