Ryan Hawthorne continues our new series called Intro that explores what makes us Redeemer.
In the second part Ryan speaks about the idea of the presence of God, and explores a sacramental way of seeing the world.
David Armstrong begins a new series called Intro that is a great introduction to our community and explores what makes us Redeemer.
In the first part David speaks about the significance of stories and how we all live in a story whether we realise it or not. Stories provide meaning and help us make sense of the world but they don't always lead to flourishing. The narratives we are immersed in can be either liberating or enslaving. It is only when our story intersects with the story of God that we quickly become aware of the fictions and can begin to live our true story as our true selves.
A wrap-up of the series with a conversation between David Armstrong, Stephanie Wilson and Ryan Hawthorne.
Stephanie Wilson reads from the final letter to the church in Laodicea. The letter talks about moving away from self sufficiency and towards dependency on Jesus.
David Armstrong continues our series Revelation: Se7en Letters with the letter to the church in Philadelphia that calls us to hold fast to the faithful, self-sacrifice way of Jesus.
Daniel Saunders continues our series Revelation: Se7en Letters with the letter to the church in Sardis.
This week Ryan Hawthorne looks at the letter to the church in Thyatira and challenges us to consider if we have compromised our faithfulness to Jesus in these interesting times we live.
Stephanie Wilson continues our series Revelation: Se7en Letters with the letter to the church in Smyrna.
Ryan Hawthorne opens our new series Revelation: Se7en Letters with the letter to the church in Ephesus and calls us back to our first love.
David Armstrong speaks on GØD as Father from Luke 15 and the radical countercultural parable of The Prodigal Son' reframing it as "The Parable of the Compassionate Father".