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Jesus is the Perfect Saviour

24/9/2017 Russell Hohneck  Hebrews 10:1-18 


Remember the Resurrection

17/9/2017 John Redshaw  1 Corinthians 15:1-8 


Reformation Talks Pt. 5: The Early Life of Martin Luther

17/9/2017 Jeff Hoskins  Various Scriptures 


10 Commandments Series Msg 9: The Horror of Murder

10/9/2017 Josh Ens   Exodus 20:13 


Reformation Talks Pt. 4: Treasury of Merit, and the 15th Century

10/9/2017 Jeff Hoskins  Various Scriptures 


Peter Denies Jesus Pt. 2

3/9/2017 Bryan Martin   Mark 14:66-72 


Peter Denies Jesus Pt. 1

27/8/2017 Bryan Martin  Mark 14: 66-72 


Reformation Talks Pt. 3: Sacerdotalism, Penance, and Jan Hus

27/8/2017 Jeff Hoskins  Various Scriptures 


Trial before Caiaphas

20/8/2017 Bryan Martin   Mark 14:53-65 


Anniversary Service 7

6/8/2017 Bryan Martin   2 Timothy 4 


Arrest

30/7/2017 Bryan Martin  Mark 14:42-52 


Are you a Protestant? Pt 2

23/7/2017 Bryan Martin  1 Cor 1:17-2:5 


Are you a Protestant? Pt 1

16/7/2017 Bryan Martin  Various Scriptures 


Gethsemane

9/7/2017 Bryan Martin  Mark 14:32-43 


The Importance of Developing Discernment

2/7/2017 Bradd Trebilco  Colossians 2:8 


10 Commandments Series Msg 7: Fulfillment and Principles (Sabbath pt2) No recording

25/6/2017 Josh Ens  Exodus 20:8-11 


10 Commandments Series Msg 6: The Rest is Yet to Come (Sabbath pt1)

18/6/2017 Josh Ens  Exodus 20:8-11 


Spiritual Activities which do not guarantee Salvation Pt 2

11/6/2017 Bryan Martin  Matthew 7:15-29 


Spiritual Activities which do not guarantee Salvation Pt 1 (No Recording)

4/6/2017 Bryan Martin  Mark 14 (contrasting Peter with Judas) 


Jesus, the Faithful Shepherd Pt 2 (No Recording)

28/5/2017 Bryan Martin  Mark 14:29-31 


10 Commandments Series Msg 5: Hallowed be Your Name (3rd Commandment)

21/5/2017 Josh Ens  Exodus 20:7 


Jesus, the Faithful Shepherd Pt 1

14/5/2017 Bryan Martin   Mark 14:26-28 


The Institution of the Lord's Supper

7/5/2017 Bryan Martin   Mark 14:22-25 


10 Commandments Series Msg 4: Worship Informed by the Word (2nd Commandment)

30/4/2017 Josh Ens   Exodus 20:4-6 


7 Churches Series: Christ's Letter to Laodicea

23/4/2017 Andy Simpson   Revelation 3:14-22 


EASTER SUNDAY- The Death and Resurrection of Christ

16/4/2017 Bryan Martin  Selected Scriptures 


Passover and Betrayal

9/4/2017 Bryan Martin  Mark 14:12-21 


The Anointing of Jesus

2/4/2017 Bryan Martin   Mark 14:1-11 


10 Commandments Series Msg 3: The LORD Alone is God (1st Commandment)

26/3/2017 Josh Ens   Exodus 20:3 


EQUIP CONFERENCE (Thurs morning): Encouragement and Instruction for Christian families

23/3/2017 Jerry Wragg  Various Scriptures 


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Creation Ministries International News
information, and articles supporting the literal Creation account in Gen ch's 1-2.

The Shepherds Bible College NZ
Equipping men and women to serve God and His Word with excellence.

Resolved Conference
Challenging sermons available for download.

ESV Translation
Information about the new ESV literal translation of the Bible.

Impact Bible Conference
An excellent Bible teaching conference held each June in the Hawkes Bay.

Summit Ministries
Excellent resources for building a Christian Worldview.

Grace Books
Quality Christian books and resources. Free postage within New Zealand.

The Voice of the Martyrs
Supporting persecuted Christians around the world.

QUOTES
“The first step astray is a want of adequate faith in the divine inspiration of the sacred Scriptures. All the while a man bows to the authority of God’s word, he will not entertain any sentiment contrary to it’s teaching. “To the law and to the testimony” is his appeal concerning every doctrine. He esteems that holy book, concerning all things, to be right, and therefore he hates every false way. But let a man question, or entertain low views of the inspiration and authority of the Bible, and he is without chart to guide him, and without anchor to hold him. In looking carefully over the history of the times and the movement of the times of which we have written briefly, this fact is apparent: that where ministers and Christian churches have held fast to the truth that the holy Scriptures have been given by God as an authoritative and infallible rule of faith and practice, they have never wandered very seriously out of the right way. But when, on the other hand, reason has been exalted above revelation, and made the exponent of revelation, all kinds of errors and mischiefs have been the result.”
C. H. Spurgeon, 1887
“It is no secret that Christ’s Church is not in good health in many places of the world. She has been languishing because she has been fed, as the current line has it, “junk food”; all kinds of artificial preservatives and all sorts of unnatural substitutes have been served up to her. As a result, theological and biblical malnutrition has afflicted the very generation that has taken such giant steps to make sure its physical health is not damaged by using foods or products that are harmful to their bodies. Simultaneously a worldwide spiritual famine resulting from the absence of any genuine publication of the Word of God (Amos 8:11) continues to run wild and almost unabated in most quarters of the church."
Walter C. Kaiser
“This is the cultural context in which the Evangelical church finds itself at the beginning of the new millennium. It is a moment which cries out for a countercultural declaration that there is truth, that God has secured that truth in his Word, that it is this Word that he has given to the Church for its instruction, nourishment, and encouragement, and that he still intends to use this biblical truth in regeneration and sanctification. This countercultural conviction is far too rare today. For many, the world seems too complex, the church too confused, to think that God still can accomplish his ends through this means. The Church is therefore awash in strategies borrowed from psychology and business that, it is hoped will make up for the apparent insufficiency of the Word and ensure more success in this post modern culture. Today the issue is not so much the inerrancy of Scripture but its sufficiency, and this at the very moment when a robust confidence in its sufficiency is precisely what the Church needs to have if it is to live out its life and proclamation and service effectively. . . The truth of the matter is that the fraying at the edges of the evangelical world has now turned into an unravelling at the center. First came the new definitions about who evangelicals were. Then the boundaries were shifted. Then they were crossed. And now the reality of God is redefined and made altogether more accommodating to our post-modern culture. It is for these reasons that I believe Evangelicalism is now in a free fall.”
David F.Wells