Psalm 121 – Tim Lucas | Summer Psalms

| January 16, 2022

Summer means longer days, shorter to-do lists and savouring time with the people we love. Join us as Tim Lucas, our Mackenzie Campus Pastor, reflects on Psalm 121 and be encouraged as we launch into a new year.

Psalm 1 – Ben Dainton | Summer Psalms

| January 9, 2022

Summer means longer days, shorter to-do lists and savouring time with the people we love. Join us as Ben Dainton, our Mackenzie Youth Pastor, reflects on Psalm 1 and be encouraged as we launch into a new year.

Summer Psalms | Psalm 27 – Brad Case

| January 3, 2022

Summer means longer days, shorter to-do lists and savouring time with the people we love. Join us as Brad Case, our Mackenzie Discipleship Pastor, reflects on Psalm 27 and be encouraged as we launch into an exciting new year.

Christmas Treasure – Christmas Day 2021 | Tim Lucas

| January 3, 2022

On the first Christmas, the angels declared, “Glory to God in the highest heaven, and on earth peace to those on whom His favour rests.” (Luke 2:14). We celebrate the joy and peace that Jesus gives us as we remember His miraculous coming to earth this Christmas.

Christmas Treasure – Week 2 | Jason Elsmore

| December 12, 2021

“Treasure His promises with His people”

The Good News of Christmas is that the treasure of heaven came to earth searching for us. Jesus may be hidden from human sight, but He will be found by anyone who seeks to know His presence in their life. When we surrender to Him as our King, we receive hope, peace and joy that never fades.

Christmas Treasure – Week 1 | Tim Lucas

| December 6, 2021

The Good News of Christmas is that the treasure of heaven came to earth searching for us. Jesus may be hidden from human sight, but He will be found by anyone who seeks to know His presence in their life. When we surrender to Him as our King, we receive hope, peace and joy that never fades. This Christmas join us as we read through the book of Luke.

To join the reading plan through the book of Luke, visit https://www.bible.com/reading-plans/22438

Ruth – Chapter 3 | Derek Peters

| November 22, 2021

The story of Ruth is ultimately a story about how God uses normal people to outwork His wonderful plan and works all things together for good. Through the faithful obedience and courage of people like Ruth and Boaz, we see God’s redemptive plan at work that changes all of human history.

In Ruth chapter 3, we see how Ruth shows incredible faithfulness to Naomi, trusting her wisdom and guidance in her relationship with Boaz. As a Moabite woman, it takes great courage and confidence to pursue Boaz, but her action is noted as godly kindness (hesed) – and Boaz celebrates her as a woman of noble character.

Ruth – Chapter 2 | Ben Dainton

| November 15, 2021

The story of Ruth is ultimately a story about how God uses normal people to outwork His wonderful plan and works all things together for good. Through the faithful obedience and courage of people like Ruth and Boaz, we see God’s redemptive plan at work that changes all of human history.

In Ruth chapter 2, Ruth encountered significant generosity and provision from Boaz – a man of character who exhibits godly kindness (hesed). Whilst others would possibly ignore or even attack, Boaz sees and offers kindness. Boaz is the answer to the prayer that Ruth prays and ultimately, an example to us of how God is our Provider.

Ruth – Chapter 1 | Jason Elsmore

| November 8, 2021

The story of Ruth is ultimately a story about how God uses normal people to outwork His wonderful plan and works all things together for good. Through the faithful obedience and courage of people like Ruth and Boaz, we see God’s redemptive plan at work that changes all of human history.

Although the story of Ruth begins in an act of desperation, we see through Ruth chapter 1 that Naomi returns to the land of her family and her God – believing for better days. And Ruth, her Moabite daughter-in-law profoundly chooses to be faithful, not only to her mother-in-law but also to her God.

Our House – Week 3 | Tim Hanna

| November 1, 2021

Whatever has value to us, we make a plan for its future. Thankfully, God doesn’t leave us in the dark about how to build a great family. He outlines His plans for the family in His Word. When we follow God’s plan, we will build great families and a lasting legacy.

Every parent, every grandparent, every follower of Jesus has a decision to make: What from my family of origin is good and needs to be preserved in the next generation? And what from my family needs to change so that we have a lasting legacy? What is going to make God’s name great beyond your lifetime?

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