In John 12 verse 24 Jesus says, "Truly, truly, I say to you, unless a grain of wheat falls into the earth and dies, it remains alone; but if it dies, it bears much fruit."
This podcast is about doing life together in the way the early church experienced it in Acts 2:42 and living that life in all it’s simplicity as a community of believers. Our goal is to help Christians live out authentic Christianity as a family of believers who passionately desire to lay down their lives for God and for one another…dying to live is what it’s all about..
Will Marais - A Story of Hope
Will Marais chats to Wayne about the journey he is on with his cancer diagnosis. After receiving the news that he has between 8 and 10 months to live, Will shares about the hope he has and the challenges he and his family have faced with this diagnosis. He explains how they have approached it with the knowledge that God can heal but whether He does or not they are full of hope and confidence that His purpose will prevail. As Paul says in Thessalonians we fall asleep as we no longer experience death if we have died with Christ.
IN this episode we look at some of the promises and how they applied to Paul under house arrest and how they apply to us today.
In this episode we finish chapter 3 of Philippians from verse 12 to 21. Paul warns against evildoers and those who will try to wreck your faith. He urges Christians to press forward and persevere, a topic which is not often preached.
In this edition we look at the first half of Philippians chapter 3 where Paul gives a warning to the Philippian church about being wary of the dogs who come to impose the law in the form of circumcision. Paul is blatant in his description of these men.
Philippians 2 - 12-30
In this episode we look at part 2 of Philippians 2 from verses 14 - 30. Again the subject of unity comes up but Paul speaks into the negatives that can result in disunity. The theme of rejoicing continues despite Paul's lockdown under house arrest..
In the second chapter of Philippians we look at verses 1-11 and again we see Paul's themes of love, rejoicing and unity.