Jesus has set us free from our slavery to sin! With this hopeful message, our returning guest, Dan Eze, started off our new year.
The words of Jesus are Spirit and life. Do we truly believe everything Jesus has said? Do we choose to follow Him, even when the teachings may be difficult to understand? We must keep our eyes fixed on our Lord, standing firm and strong in the faith.
Our God is gracious, compassionate, and merciful and ready to meet us in our fears and discouragements. Preaching about the life of the prophet Elijah, with a focus on one of the prophet’s most difficult moments, Peter Faulkner showed us how faithful God is and how He cares for those who are downcast and worn…
Many thanks to our guest Daniel Odhiambo, who preached a wonderful sermon to us regarding unity. With the cross, the wall of hostility that divided Jews and Gentiles was done away with for good. The cross is the secret and the engine of Christian unity.
Taking us through a very difficult Gospel passage about speaking truth to power, Kris challenged us to speak truth to ourselves about the sins we commit. Great danger lies in little sins that get an opportunity to grow.
As our church searches for a new chaplain, we pause to reflect on what a healthy church should look like. Peter taught us today, “The best explanation of the Gospel is a congregation of men and women who believe it and live it out day by day.”
After 18 years of faithful service to Trinity Church Eindhoven, Francis and Barbara gave their last sermon before retirement today. Barbara delivered a beautiful prayer based on the first chapter of Paul’s letter to the Ephesians, while Francis brought a potent message regarding Jesus’ teaching on The Sheep and the Goats from Matthew 25.
Why should we live to please God? Why be obedient to the Biblical instructions for living? In the midst of the COVID19 situation we are obeying the Government’s instructions for living. Barbara explores how obeying God, pleasing God who is love, is so much more.