Scott takes us through 1 Corinthians 14:26-40 and looks at what it looks like to be a church that is healthy. 1 Corinthians 14:26-40
Looking at how the big church vision applies for us at St Machar and learning lessons from Abram and his response to being called into God’s big plan for his life. Genesis 12:1-9
Scott looks at Paul’s advice in 1 Corinthians 9:19- 27 to not just run the race to take part but to run in such a way that wins people for Jesus.
People are the evidence of our faith in action. Scott challenges us to consider who or what has been visibly marked by our faith? 1 Corinthians 9:1-18.
Scott looks at 1 Corinthians 1:10-17 this week and why we are called to be a united church, the importance of following the whole teaching of Jesus and how all of us are called to be Jesus’ hope and life in our communities, workplaces and families.
Scott looks at Galatians3:15-22 and at how Jesus came not to abolish the law and the promise but how he came to fulfil them and how we don’t have to work hard to earn gods love but that his love is unconditional and his grace is never ending.
Scott looks at Galatians 1:11-24 and how Paul was on a road to destruction BUT WHEN GOD stepped in and saved him everything changed. It’s the same for us today. Looking at where in our lives we need a BUT WHEN GOD moment and the call for us not to conform to the things of the world and to be people of truth and integrity.
Scott starts off our new series in Galatians 1:1-5 and looks at how Jesus didn’t just rescue us for the sake of it but for a purpose. He also looked at how we have to keep Jesus at the centre of all we do and how all the glory goes to God and not us.
Scott continues in our series about Elijah this week and looks at how God restored Elijah’s hope when he had hit rock bottom and how God is still the God of hope restored for us today.
Finishing our sermon series in Titus, Scott looks at how Paul ends his letter by telling us that we all have our part to play and that we are not just to sit still and wait for things to happen but go and give to the work of the Gospel.