Join Ps Keith Heale and get ready to delight in delighting in the Lord.
Delighting in the Lord is... Delightful!
So often in our Christian walk we seem to just tolerate life, and just float through our relationship with God. But today we discover that when you truly delight in God, and when you seek His face and not just His hand, then a new level of joy can open up for you.
So settle back and enjoy, dare I say delight, in this wonderful message from a wonderful, even delightful guy. Delight yourself in delighting in the Lord...
Join Dr. Colin Dicks, a Christian Oncologist, cancer doctor and an expert on death and dying, as he shares a Christian perspective on death and dying.
Death and Dying is a Part of Life
In this insightful and heartfelt message, Dr. Colin shares his experiences, as well as his professional expertise as a palliative care doctor who has walked this road with hundreds of people, Christian and unsaved.
Everybody should listen to this sermon because it puts into incredible perspective a journey we will all one day take, either sooner or later. Indeed, for many Christians, the prospect of death and dying creates a tension between the faith we have for healing and the reality we face in that we are all going to die sometime.
Dr. Colin is a gentle and kind doctor, who has cared for and helped many people, believers, and unbelievers alike, to face the journey of death.
Whether you are walking the road of death with someone you love, or whether you are facing death yourself, this is one message you really need to hear. It will change your life, and it will change your death too!
The nativity is a common scene we witness around Christmas time. And just before Christmas is a great time to focus in on what the season is truly about, and that is the journey Ps Keith takes us on in this exciting message of hope...
Ps Keith is a favourite of Ignite Church, and we especially love his humour and the way he can take great Bible truths and make them easy to understand. If you want to be blessed at Christmas time, this message about the Nativity and the true meaning of Christmas is a great way to achieve that!
Come and hear Melva Kajewski share a powerful and challenging message on deception... be not deceived!
Deception permeates our society, and it is even sneaking into the church, and Melva takes no prisoners with this sermon! Funny thing about deception is that by its very nature you do not recognise it is happening. So we believers can be subject to deception and not even realise it. In fact., we can think that we are doing just fine when all along you are being compromised by the enemy!
Edmund Burton once said, "All that is required for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing." This applies to being deceived. If we do nothing, if we float along ignorant or apathetic, we will see evil thing begin to triumph.
But if we are aware, if we are open to the voice of God, we can make a stand against the things that turn our heads and ruin our testimony before a needy world. And our world needs us more right now than it ever has before, because we have an incredible opportunity to become salt and light in an increasingly dark and deceived world!
Ask yourself, "Am I allowing deception into my life, even in the things that outwardly seem to be religious and aligned with God?" I recognise that this is uncomfortable, but Melva shows us that we must all as believers examine ourselves and our hearts to make sure we are not deceived. Again, the very nature of deception precludes you from seeing that you are actually deceived, so I believe that this is an important and life-changing message to bot us as individual believers and to the church as a whole!
So, listen to this message and keep an open heart, because we need to be pure and holy before the Lord in every way. Enjoy this excellent and challenging message...
Join Ps Nev Neilson as he shares the incredible truths of how you can face and triumph in all things, through Christ who strengthens you. (Philippians 4:13)
I Can Do All Things!
Interestingly Ps Nev had another message prepared, but he felt the Lord spoke to him and changed his message. I love it when men of God listen to the voice of God (and let's face it, this is not always the case!), so this message proved to be exactly what so many needed to hear today.