People have very different views about the gifts of the Spirit and in what ways they should be practiced (or according to some, should no longer be practiced) in the Church today. It has sadly become another one of those divisive issues among Christians. But rather than debating the WHAT's, HOW's, WHEN and WHERE's, we could come closer to finding a workable solution in the midst of differing opinions by focusing on the WHY - Why is it that God gives this variety of spiritual gifts to the Church? What is his purpose in doing so? This is what we will be exploring this Sunday.
Read this week’s Bible passage: 1 Corinthians 12:1-11 [NIV]
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Kids Church & Youth classes are CLOSED until Sunday, 23 January, as our volunteers take a break over the school holidays.
If you're unable to meet in person, you are welcome to join our online service which will be featuring the previous week's live sermon, premiering on Sunday at 9 AM (CAT). Watch it here on YouTube or Facebook<-- Click on the links to tune in for the premiere.
Baptism - it has certainly been the subject of many arguments and divisions among Christians, but what exactly is baptism all about? The gospel teaches us that we are saved by faith and not by works, so why is this ritual so important in the church? In other words, why should you care about baptism today? All of these questions will be discussed this Sunday as we look to God’s Word for the answers.
Read this week’s Bible passage: Isaiah 43:1-7; Luke 3:15-17 & 21-22 [NIV]