Sermons (Page 3)

Sermons (Page 3)

Spiritual Gifts

The Corinthians have been dragging elements and attitudes of the their broken culture into the church in order to create division. This week we see how they were elevating some gifts of the Spirit over others in order to gain ascendancy and esteem. Pastor Joe unpacks how the church is called to participate together in the power of the Spirit.

The Lord’s Supper

Paul continues to address the way in which the Corinthian church gathered together. In this section of the letter he uncovers a worrying attitude with the way they shared the Lord’s Supper. It seems the Lord’s supper had become nothing more than another cause of division. Pastor Ben unpacks Paul’s challenge for us.

Women, Men & Worship

Many modern thinkers see passages like 1 Corinthians 11 as evidence of the archaic misogyny of the Bible and Christianity. So many of us within the church probably wish these verses weren’t in our Bibles. But let’s be brave together and wrestle with this passage because it is actually nothing like the misogyny we fear… it is actually a far more captivating vision of gender than anything the world has to offer.

Tri-Church 2019 #4: Loving one another

After understanding what love isn’t, what love is in Christ and how elders are supposed to lead with love, Mike Westhuyzen (Enoggera) challenges us to see how the story of Jesus frames our love for one another. Tri-Church Summit is a combined ministry of Enoggera Baptist, Grange Baptist and Rosalie Baptist.

Tri-Church 2019 #3: The love of elders for the church

One of the consequences of our flawed understanding of love is that we think we know how others should love us, we think we know what is best for us and so we struggle to submit to others and trust they will love us well. Joe Khan (Rosalie) shows us how God has called elders to love His church so that we might trust them and submit to them. Tri-Church Summit is a combined ministry of Enoggera Baptist, Grange Baptist…

Tri-Church 2019 #2: The Love of Jesus for the Church

Our love is inadequate… how can we know what it means to love one another? Matt Maloney (Enoggera) leads us to an intimate moment in the ministry of Jesus to see how it is that He loved His disciples (and us) in order that our love might be redeemed. Tri-Church Summit is a combined ministry of Enoggera Baptist, Grange Baptist and Rosalie Baptist.

Tri-Church 2019 #1: What is Love

We have heard the words of Jesus, “By this all people will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.” It is easy to think this is Christianity 101, that we have nailed this command… but have we? Luke Jenkin (Grange) challenges our understanding of love. Tri-Church Summit is a combined ministry of Enoggera Baptist, Grange Baptist and Rosalie Baptist.

A plea to abandon idols

Right throughout this letter, Paul has been challenging the Corinthian propensity to chase after the ideals of their city rather than clinging to Christ alone. Well in chapter 10 Paul uncovers the worrying reality that their attraction to the city was more than surface level; it was idolatry. pastor Joe unpacks Paul’s warning against idols.

A Plea to Abandon our Rights

Pastor Joe picks up our 1 Corinthians series after the Easter break by examining Paul’s passionate defence of his ministry. In this defence, Paul shows himself, and the gospel, to be radically different from the way things are done in Corinth. This message will challenge the way we think about our engagement with our world today.

Experiencing the Resurrection

Peter Muller helps us trace the events of that first Easter Sunday by examining how the news of Jesus’ resurrection impacted the lives of the people He first appeared to.