Transformations is a 6-week course, which explores who God is and what it means to follow him. Each lesson is carefully chosen as vital to your Christian journey.
Remembering the mission of God--Holistic Transformation.
Remembering who we are as the church--a spiritual family.
Remembering the thing of first importance: the message of Jesus, the Gospel, the Good News.
Revelation, Intimacy, and an Invitation is a stand-alone sermon on Matthew 11:25-30.
Love is a two-part series exploring God's mission of love and our invitation to join Him.
PRAY is a two-part series in which we focus on developing a lifestyle of communication with God.
MOVE explores the 7 Movements we make as we follow Jesus.
Do we recognize Jesus for who he really is? We look at the story of the two people on the road to Emmaus in this sermon from Easter 2017.
Transforming Presence is a series exploring the way the Holy Spirit, God's creative and liberating presence, changes our lives.
The audio from March 19th and March 26th was not recorded.
In this stand alone message, Jay Lee shares on how we can love our neighbours as ourselves.
In this five week series, we dive into the mystery and beauty of the beginning of the gospel of John.
As we begin 2017, we invite you to DETOX from 3 things that keep us from living life as it was made to be.
The original Christmas story turned the world upside down.
Jesus’ birth into the world as the baby of a young, unwed mother in circumstances of poverty and danger challenge our traditions of consumerism and comfort.
It’s as if we have taken the radical upside down story of Christmas and turned it back right side up.
In this series, we explore this amazing story through the themes of HOPE, PEACE, JOY, and LOVE.
"Love: An Upside Down Christmas" on December 18th, 2016 was a highly participatory gathering and was not recorded.
This series explores Jesus and his message in the gospel of Luke.
The term 'Quiet Revolution' refers to a time in our history when, among many other rapid changes, the people of our province left the organized 'Christianity' they had experienced en masse.
We wonder though if the 'Christianity' that was rejected was the 'Christianity' of Jesus--if you will. After all, the people that wanted Jesus dead were staunchly religious folks.
"Coming Home" is a stand-alone message that moves through the biblical story revealing the concept of "Jubilee" and our heart and goal as a church and movement.
The term 'the good life' refers to the life that one would like to live. Its a common feeling to have a sense that there is a 'good life' out there--a life we were made for or that would be more fulfilling than the life we're living. Jesus himself said, "I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full" (John 10:10). This sermon series explores Romans ch. 8 and what it has to say about finding 'the good life' in 'the middle of the mess' of life.
Please note the audio begins a few minutes late and ends a few minutes early.
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