This week Elder Martin Finegan brings God’s message. The message is entitled Hear and Fear. This week we’ll look at the only two responses to the call from God. To hear and to fear!
Join us at 1:30 pm for our Sunday service recording from Springfield Hall. This week Elder Martin Finegan will bring today’s message entitled Turn to God.
As we explore ‘Coram Deo’ as a framework to navigate the narrow path of the Christian life, we will consider what it means to live in the presence of a Holy God.
As we come to the end of an era and prepare to gather once more as a church, Elder Martin would like to share a few thoughts surrounding this Christian walk along the narrow road.
The contemporary culture we live in presents personal choice as a hallmark of the freedom we exercise.
The sermon on the mount was the greatest sermon ever preached and recorded. It must have been amazing to be there, hearing every word from the master’s mouth.
The book of Proverbs expresses order in creation, whilst Song of Songs expresses delight in one-dimension experienced by humans in the created order.
When considering the characteristics of the people that were friends of Jesus, we can learn a lot about what characteristics we should seek to display in our Christian walk.
At every stage, our mission is to trust in the Lord. Our trust in God is to exceed our trust in science, technology, engineering, maths, or medicine. We trust in him because he is all-powerful, all-knowing, ever-present and he loves