In this sermon on the Book of Revelation, Tim explores the city of Pergamum, the challenge faced by it’s church and the encouragement to stay true to the name of Jesus. Find out why this was the city where Satan had his throne!
What on earth do you do with the Book of Revelation? In this sermon, Pastor Tim gives an overview of the Book of Revelation and some keys to understanding it’s vitally important message for the church today.
In this sermon Tim looks at the Kingdom of God as Jesus’ central message and mission. When Jesus teaches us to pray, it’s heart is a prayer to God for ‘your kingdom come, your will be done on earth as it is in heaven’.
This is dynamite! A prayer of longing in a broken world and a prayer that compels us into action. What would it look like for God’s kingdom to come in your life and world? More mercy, more compassion, more healing and deliverance, more truth, more forgiveness and blessing… you get the idea…
There is a great moment in As Good as it Gets where Jack Nicholson’s character storms out of his psychiatrist’s office into a waiting room full of patients with their own pathologies. In his trademark way he turns to them and says “what if this is as good as it gets?” Sometime life feels that way – mess all around us and mess in our own lives.
Easter emphatically says no – there is hope! In this sermon Pastor Tim unpacks the incredible hope of Jesus resurrection and what that means in our lives today. Our story, because of his story ain’t over yet…
Brian Heasley is the International Director of 24/7 Prayer. In this talk at Manly Life, Brian connects prayer and mission, sharing from his own life story of redemption and ministering on the party island of Ibiza. We breathe God in and breathe God out onto a broken and dying world.
Too often twisted interpretations of scripture have led to violence and abuse in our relationships. In Tim’s sermon on Colossians 3:18-25, he looks at how the Christian message subverts patriarchy and control and calls us all to mutual love and service in our relationships!