John 6 – We use many metaphors to explain our relationship with Jesus, metaphors that we can usually choose to take or leave. Metaphors such as Shepherd, sheep, teacher and disciple to name a few. But in John 6, we are given perhaps the most challenging metaphor yet, a nonnegotiable. Jesus says, “I am theRead more about faith on His terms[…]
John 5 – Being remorseless, which is the opposite of being repentant, is the enemies tether to us and our shackles to this world. The result of which, is oppression and spiritual death.
John 4 – Skills, Status, Money or Mates, none of it matters to God. What matters to God is a truthful heart, a willingness to give Him the glory and the humility to continue to allow Him to make us more like Jesus.
A bit (a lot!) of fun singing and dancing with the children during Sunday Church. Every Sunday during our 10am service we involve the children in activities, singing and dancing before they head out for their program in the Hall.
John 3 – With Jesus we find the truth and the power to look inside ourselves, in Jesus we can shift our thinking and only in Jesus can we be born again.
John 2 – It is in the tension between grace and the law that we find not just Jesus, but love. And who is Love? God is love.
John 1:10-51 – His Spirit has been poured out on all people. It is by His Spirit that we can truly know the love God. It is by His Spirit that we get, not always what we are looking for, but certainly what we need.
The easter egg hunt was very popular at our last mainly music for term 1. Even the magpies got into it!
Between 30 and 40 people join us every week on Thursday mornings for a singing and dancing program that we just love. Morning tea is certainly one of the highlights. Check out our mainly music page for all the info.