The New Year is always a good time to take stock of the year that has passed and make resolutions and set goals for the next. But how do we ensure success in keeping these? Ps Trisha shares with us one thing that will keep us going in the new year so that at the end of 2018, we can see our lives further changed and transformed.
Sheila Ann Smith had previously pastored in a dynamic growing church. Today, she serves God as a singer and songwriter. She is not only an anointed worship leader and a three-time Gospel Music Association Award nominee, but she also has an awesome powerful testimony of a walk of faith with God through the darkest moments of her life. She had just married and was happily planning for the future when she was diagnosed with Acute Myelogeneous Leukaemia. This is an aggressive, debilitating and fatal form of cancer. Doctors gave her no hope and gave her only days to live. In the days to follow, as her body was rapidly deteriorating, experiencing horrendous pain and suffering she was to find a hop
What does John the Apostle mean when he wrote John 1:14 that “..the Word became flesh...”? This sermon seeks to enlighten the significance of that verse in the light of the birth of Jesus thus addressing the question on why Jesus’ birth is so significant for our redemption.
Why do we celebrate Christmas? Upon reflection, there is nowhere in the Bible that we are commanded to celebrate Jesus’ birth. Yet it is inevitably important that His birth be remembered when we realise that two of the gospels give detailed information about the very events surrounding the birth of our Lord. We must realise that the birth is also important and significant as a moment in time, for it is then, when Jesus enters the history of mankind. It is about an infinite God that humbled Himself by taking on frail humanity to be identified with His creation. The fact that we do not know the precise day and year makes the event an even more interesting mystery that calls for us to investiga
The birth of Jesus Christ was possible because of the obedience and submission of people around Him. We are reminded of the importance of complete and continued obedience in our lives even at this Christmas season!