Matt Hogarty • In a divided society, we are called to bear peace
John closes his book by revealing his purpose in writing Jesus’ story: These are written that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.
Neil Dawson • Judgement isolates people and puts them to shame
Neil Dawson, David McBride • Our past is not what we leave behind, but what we carry.
The world around us now echoes our own distorted voice.
Jesus' meeting with Samaritan woman reveals his heart for those who have had their humanity stripped away.
Amy Anderson • Creating a space where people can come just as they are.
It just wouldn’t be Christmas without the lights.
Neil Dawson • What is it that breaks your heart? What risk are you going to take for your neighbourhood?
Neil Dawson • Easter Morning • Peacemaking is an act of surrendering, not something passive.
Amy Anderson • Fruitfulness is not about what we do but who we are and who He is.
Neil Dawson • When we pose the darkest questions it can become the most profound acts of faith.
Neil Dawson • The scriptures can be used to make a point, or even condemn. But they always point to Jesus.
Neville Garland • Doing what you believe is truly right without knowing what the outcome truly is.
Neil Dawson • Jesus' resurrection makes beautiful things out of dirt.
Neil Dawson • Paul saw love as greater than the Gifts of the Spirit