This is the fourth sermon on the five convictions of The Vine Project which we are doing as a church. The theme is that disciples make other disciples by the grace of God and through the working of the Holy Spirit. The first part of the sermon looks at hindrances to this!
We note that the Apostle Paul goes out of his way to demonstrate his integrity to the Corinthians. He wants to do right in the eyes of God and in the eyes of the Corinthians. This is all in regard to collecting a monetary gift for the Jerusalem Church.
Continuing our 5 part series on Making Disciples, we consider ‘How to make disciples.’ The question really is: By what method or means is God rescuing and gathering his people into the kingdom of God? We discover that there is no one size fits all method – no silver bullet to ensure that people are […]
This year at Church, we have been working through “The Vine Project” and wanting to align all we do to become a ‘disciple-making’ culture. What is the Vine Project? The Vine Project is more than a book. It is a helpful roadmap which sets out to help the church to change its culture to become […]
This is the second in the series dealing with “The Vine Project” which is all about discipleship. The question faced was this one, “What is a disciple?” The answer is in the sermon and the challenge is to ask ourselves if we are one.