Well-known author and speaker Dr Bryan Chapell presented a series of lectures in partnership with Sunshine Coast Theological College (www.sctc.org.au) on the subject of “Christ-Centred Teaching”.
Dr Chapell serves as Senior Pastor of Grace Presbyterian Church in Peoria, Illinois in the USA. He previously served as Chancellor of Covenant Theological Seminary in St Louis, MI. He is the author of ‘Christ-Cented Preaching’, and ‘Christ-Centred Worship’. For more information, visit http://www.gracepres.org
Bestselling author of “Questioning Evangelism”, Dr Randy Newman, presents a four-part lecture series in partnership with Sunshine Coast Theological College on the challenges of sharing the good news of Jesus Christ in the modern world.
Becky Kahn (Rosalie Baptist Church, Brisbane) speaks to our annual women’s conference about ‘Hope for Troubled Hearts’ from John 14.
Temptation is a very real part of life on here on earth. Each and every day we face a whole array of temptations ranging from the mundane to the extreme. Of course, merely being tempted isn’t wrong , it’s what we do with that temptation that really matters.
In this 2-part sermon series, Rick Zylstra considers the temptation of Jesus in the wilderness, looking firstly at Satan’s strategies and secondly at Jesus’ responses.
“But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control…” (Galatians 5:22-23 ESV)
One of the most encouraging truths in Scripture is that God does not intend to leave us as we are once we’re saved. Rather than simply giving us a free ticket to Heaven, God gives us His Holy Spirit, who is on mission to change us from the inside out. In this 10-week series, Rick Zylstra unpacks each fruit, challenging Christians to “keep in step with the Spirit” as He works to make us look more like our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ.
6pm Services, Nov-Dec 2015:
Remember those awesome Bible stories from your Sunday School days? Do you remember what they were really all about?
In this series Clint Lombard digs under the skin of some well-known Bible stories to ask the questions, ‘What is it really all about?”, and “Why is it in the Bible?”.