Following on from the day when Jesus called out the disciples for their unbelief, Luke records three responses by the apostles that reveals the seed behind all unbelief—pride!
Today's passage begins with, "On the next day." Just another day in the life of the ministry of Jesus. It follows a day that can only be described as a 'mountain top experience' kind of day. Those days are the exception, not the norm, as we will find out.
We conclude our Annual Advent Series as we learn What Child Is This? Join us as we hear the story of the wise men who follow the star to find Jesus the new born King and discover The Best Story Ever!
We continue on our Annual Advent Series as we discover What Child Is This? Join us as we hear the stories of a young woman and an old man that point us to The Best Story Ever!
We continue in our Annual Advent Series, What Child Is This? This week we discover that this child, Is a Man! Matthew opens the New Testament with the genealogy of Jesus Christ. Watch as we discover why genealogies were so important and what that means about The Best Story Ever for us today!
This week we begin our Annual Advert Series and for 2018 our theme is What Child Is This? Our first message in the series focuses on the stories of Mary & Joseph when the angel Gabriel announces that there is a change of plans for their marriage and lives!
With this passage we reach the climax of the first 9 chapters in Luke’s Gospel. After months and months of Jesus preaching the Kingdom, demonstrating his divine power over nature, sickness and death, the questions of ‘Who then is this’ persist. On this day, the questions are answered!
We continue in the Gospel of Luke and discover the most significant turning point in Luke's Gospel so far. Jesus, having prayed for his disciples now calls them to follow Him on a path that will surprise them and us.
We continue in the Gospel of Luke when Jesus asks his disciples two questions, one of which is the Most Important Question Ever!
We continue in the Gospel of Luke 9:10-17 where we find Jesus and his disciples looking for some down time, but the crowds follow them anyway. Jesus always has time to preach about the Kingdom and on this day, perform one of His most amazing miracles!
We continue in the Gospel of Luke where we arrive at a major shift in the story. Jesus calls his 12 apostles together and sends them on their first short-term missions trip. Things get exciting for them and for us!
We continue in the Gospel of Luke where we find Jesus and his disciples arriving back in Capernaum by boat to a huge crowd and the stories of a man his daughter and a woman whose lives are about to change forever!
We continue in the Gospel of Luke where we find Jesus and his disciples reaching shore after their storm-filled night. What they encounter upon exiting the boat is a frightening sight! Today, we hear first hand how Jesus deals with—The Problem of Evil.
We continue in the Gospel of Luke where we find Jesus so tired from a heavy day of ministry that he falls asleep in a boat as he and his disciples cross the Sea of Galilee. A powerful storm descends on the boat and what happens next raises the most important question of all! The video also features our 9th Anniversary video celebration!
Dr. Luke adds two short postscripts to the Parable of The Sower that provide 4 great lessons on how to hear God's Word!
Soon after Jesus has finished dinner at Simon the Pharisee’s home, he heads back on the road with a few other disciples including many women. As they travel through town after town great crowds start to follow him again. This prompts Jesus to preach his most famous parable.
As we return to the Gospel of Luke we find Jesus has been invited to dinner at the home of Simon the Pharisee. His motives become clear during the meal when a woman of the city appears and begins to wash, anoint and kiss Jesus’ feet. Tension builds and then Jesus teaches Simon a lesson!
In this 2-week mini series we conclude by asking the questions, what role, if any, should the individual Christian play in politics and/or government? What should the Christian's relationship be with those in governing authority over them?
In this 2-week mini series we begin by asking the questions, what role, if any, should the church, it's pastors, leaders and denominations play in politics? And, what did Jesus really have in mind for his church!
Heath currently lives in Sechelt, BC and is preparing to become an apprentice with C2C Network with a vision to planting a church in Vancouver. Heath's message, Is There Hope in Suffering is taken from Romans 8:31-39