Honour in an age of dishonour. A special message from our friend Jose Zayas, Lead Pastor of 26 West Church, Portland, OR. We show honour in how we think, how we speak and how we act to one another. What would it look like to be people who ‘outdo one another in showing honour’?
We all have had those moments where we have either been hurt by someone or we have been the one who has committed the hurting. This could be through our words, or our actions. It could be through our silence, or indeed through our lies. Forgiveness is weaved throughout scripture and is integral in our discipleship to Jesus. The world is a messy and broken place which is full of broken relationships scared by the actions of sin and pain. God time and time again throughout the scriptures calls...
Heather Taylor takes a closer look at the encounters that Isaiah the prophet, Mary Magdalene, and the believers in the upper room at the time of Pentecost had with Jesus before they were commissioned to go and take a message to the people around them.
Worship and Creative Pastor Stephen Mayes shares from Psalm 27 with some important thoughts for us to consider as followers of Jesus as we look at worship in an age of worry and encourages us to be present in the presence.
We are more visually aware than ever before. In this message, Lead Pastor, Josh Binstead looks at how even in this age of social media, the teachings in the Bible are a firm encouragement to us to be confident in who God has made us to be and how we don’t need to fall into the trap of comparison.
There are so many pressures that crowd out our minds from all directions. Personal relationships, environmental issues, finances, politics; these can all leave us feeling a distinct lack of hope. But is there a different way to look at the patterns of the world? In this teaching we will be working through where our hope is truly to be found, and it’s not in the areas of money, sex and power that the world would lead us to believe. With Lead Pastor, Josh Binstead.
We live in an age where loneliness and isolation are all around us and yet we often remain silent to what we see and our own personal experiences of it. In this teaching Lead Pastor Josh Binstead seeks to call out the ways of the culture and see how Jesus teaches us a different way to live a life of rich community. This way is very countercultural to the rest of the world, it’s an invitation to uncommon community that deeply changes lives.
Listen to Ruth Binstead's encouraging message on God's Redemptive Story. “If you’re going through a moment of grief, or chaos or pain - Look for God’s redemptive story being woven throughout your life.”
An amazing message on Sunday from Prayer & Discipleship Pastor, Heather Taylor on growing a friendship with the Holy Spirit. We cannot afford to miss out on what is fully available to us through the working of the Holy Spirit in each of us - especially as we seek to share the gospel of Jesus with others.