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Weekly Sermon Podcast from Pastor Adrian Ninaber at Lighthouse Church in Amherstburg, ON

Weekly Sermon Podcast from Pastor Adrian Ninaber at Lighthouse Church in Amherstburg, ON
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Weekly Sermon Podcast from Pastor Adrian Ninaber at Lighthouse Church in Amherstburg, ON




Doctrines of Demons - 1 Timothy 4:1-5

We are back in 1 Timothy 4. We see that today, there is a turning from the truth of Gods Word. 1 John 4: 1- 3, John talks about the future and the man of sin, the antichrist, and describes him. He says, "Beloved, do not believe every spirit." This is very similar to what Paul is talking about in our text. "But test the spirits to see whether they are from God, because many false prophets have gone out into the world. By this you know the Spirit of God: every spirit that confesses that Jesus...


Distraction - Luke 10:38-41

Mothers Day is to be celebrated. Being a Mom is a tough challenge which many are not prepared for! The dilemma that Moms can face is becoming distracted by what is not necessary. Moms should never allow the daily challenges to supersede the main thing, taking time to listen to what Jesus says. Join us this week, from Lighthouse as we study the Mary, Martha dilemma presented in Luke 10:38-41.


Transformation of Peter - Acts 4:1-12

When you look at the life of Peter, you can see that a transformation takes place in his life after spending time with Christ. Is it evident to others that you have been with Christ? Are you being transformed? Join us in this study in this weeks podcast from Lighthouse Amherstburg.


Restoration of Peter - John 21:1-19

Celebrate Easter with us as we look at the impact Christ's resurrection had on Peter. His life would take a dramatic turn. Maybe your life will be changed as you as you consider Christ's resurrection too.


Before The Rooster Crows - Luke 22:54-62

Spiritual failure is epitomized in Peter's denial of Christ. He at one point says, You are the Christ of God. Then he says, I don't know him. How can these words come from the same mouth? Not one of us is truly faithful. We all have a lot to learn in this area. Listen to this week's message to discover the answer to why we fail.


Sifted - Luke 21:31-34

The trials and adversities of life are never pleasant, but in them we learn the secrets of dependence, of grace, of hope. Most of us don't want trials or adversity, but it is through them that God refines our lives and molds us into His image. Join us as we unpack Luke 22:31-34 and see the events of the crucifixion and resurrection through Peter's eyes, in the next three weeks, at Lighthouse @ 10:30 am. Preservice prayer 9:30 am.


I Love the Church! - 1 Timothy - week nine

David Watson wrote, “It is the church that is willing to die to worldly standards that will know the power of Christ’s resurrection. It may be envied for its depths of loving relationships or for its spontaneous joy; it may be hated and persecuted for its revolutionary lifestyle exposing the hollow values and destructive selfishness of the society it seeks to serve; but it certainly cannot be ignored. When God reigns among His people, they become a city set on a hill and cannot be hid”


Servant Leadership - 1 Timothy - week eight

All believers are called to be servants in the church. In this week's podcast we look at what it means to be a servant leader and the qualifications of a deacon. We sometimes get the wrong idea that if you're not qualified to be an elder, you can be a deacon. When we look at the spiritual qualifications we realise that all servants need to be spiritually mature. God has set high standards for leadership in the church.


Leadership in the Church - 1 Timothy - week seven

No one is perfectly qualified to be a church leader. In 1 Timothy 3:1-7 we are going to unpack the qualifications of an elder. None of us are perfect, but there really shouldn't be any glaring errors in their lives. There should be a passion to grow in their walk with Christ that is evident to all. It is a high and holy calling.


The Role of Women in the Church - 1 Timothy - week six

Men are not superior over women nor women over men. In Christ men and women are equal, Galatians 3:28, but at the same time God has specified different roles for men and women both at home and in church leadership. Join us this week as we take a closer look at 1 Timothy 2:8-15


Principles of Prayer - 1 Timothy - week five

Prayer is always a necessity in the Christian's life. God is sovereign and He calls on us to pray. We live in a day and era where there is a greater need for prayer than ever before. Your prayer life will reveal the intensity of your concern for God's will to be done. Join us as we unpack 1 Timothy 2:1-8


Fight The Good Fight - 1 Timothy - week four

We are to fight the good fight of faith. We are engaged in a war. For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms.There is a fight to be fought for every Christian. In this episode we'll unpack what that means for us.


God's Amazing Grace - 1 Timothy - week three

1 Timothy 1:15 states, Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners. In this episode of the podcast we'll study how important it is to remember our testimony of God's saving grace in our lives. We need to humbly remember that apart from God's saving grace we were condemned to spend eternity in hell. Remebering that should produce within us an overwhelming sense of gratitude in what Christ did for us.


Law and Grace - 1 Timothy - week two

The missing ingredient in most gospel presentations is the proper use of God's law to bring meaningful conviction of sin that leads to life transformation. We give people the false impression that they can be casual shoppers when it comes to the gospel without meaningful life change. Join us as we continue our study with week two in 1 Timothy.


Guard The Gospel - 1 Timothy - week one

Join us in our study on 1 Timothy, God's Design For The Church. There can be a lot of confusion as to how a church is to operate. Paul clears that up in 1 Timothy 3:14,15 … I am writing you these instructions so that, if I am delayed, you will know how people ought to conduct themselves in God's household, which is the church of the living God.


Do you have God's heart? Jonah - week five

Do I have a heart like God's? Jonah was displeased and angry about God's compassion for the people of Nineveh. He has been having an ongoing conflict with God's mercy toward the lost. Jonah's viewpoint is going to be challenged and corrected by God. What's our viewpoint of those who are lost? Join us as Pastor Adrian concludes our study on the life of Jonah


God's Heart for the Lost. Jonah - week four

In the fourth message of our series on Jonah, Pastor Ninaber explains how Jonah was sent a second time to Nineveh. Did he learn his lesson? Yes, because he learned it is better to obey God than run from him. No, because he still did not have God’s heart of compassion for pagan Gentiles. This is still relevant to our lives today. We need to have a heart and desire to share God's message of redemption with those around us!


The God of Second Chances. Jonah - week three

Some of us are in trouble with God because of our rebellion and disobedience. You might be wondering is there hope for me? We can learn from Jonah's prayer that our God is a God of Second Chances.


What if I don't do it God's way? Jonah - week two

In this, our second week exploring the life of Jonah, Pastor Adrian will explain what happens when we decide to do things our way. How many chances will we be given to get right with God?


You can't run from God. Jonah - week one

Explore the life of Jonah as Pastor Adrian takes us through this five week series. In this first episode we'll hear that Jonah was told to go and prophesy in Nineveh, but rather than obey the Lord, Jonah decided to try and hide from God.