Matthew 14:22-33 Sermon – Active Faith

In this sermon Kirrily encourages us to step into an active faith in 2022, she walks us through Peter walking on water with Jesus and the lessons we can learn about trusting God, responding to His call and stepping out of our comfort zone for God!

Sermon preached by Kirrily Smeallie on Sunday January 30, 2022.

26/06/22 – Ezekiel 36:26-28 New Heart – by Kirrily Smeallie – God's Empowering Presence Series Manly Life Church Podcast

In this sermon Kirrily continues our series on the Holy Spirit and unpacks the promises found in Ezekiel 36:26-28 where God says to he will give us a new heart and new Spirit! We can today experience the fullness and filling of the Holy Spirit in our lives! Do you want to be filled with the Holy Spirit? For more information about Manly Life check out our website: http://www.manlylife.org You can also find us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ManlyLifeChurch Sermon preached by Kirrily Smeallie on Sunday June 26, 2022.
  1. 26/06/22 – Ezekiel 36:26-28 New Heart – by Kirrily Smeallie – God's Empowering Presence Series
  2. 19/06/22 – Ezekiel 36:26 The Spirit is Here! – by Tim Giovanelli – God's Empowering Presence Series
  3. 12/06/22 – Matthew 7:24-27 Sermon Rock or Sand? – by Tim Giovanelli – What Jesus Taught Series
  4. 05/06/22 – Matthew 7:15-23 True & False Prophets – by Victoria Giovanelli – What Jesus Taught Series
  5. 29/05/22 – Matthew 7:13-14 Wide & Narrow Path – by Tim Giovanelli – What Jesus Taught Series

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My wife Victoria and I are planting a new church in Manly, NSW

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