Joe and Yvonne Ewen
On this Pentecost Sunday, Pastor Yvonne begins by sharing what Pentecost means for believers today. She explains how the spirit invaded and made the impossible, possible. Following this, Pastor Joe shares his testimony of when he was baptised in the Holy Spirit, and encourages the congregation to get to know the Holy Spirit for themselves. Please note that for part of the sermon, there is a translation into Polish for some of the churches guests.
Rob McArthur
Pastor Rob shares from John 9 v1-12 and uses this passage to reflect on how we should see that theres a purpose beyond the problem, how we should see the opportunity and walk it out.
Sara Gilmore
In her sermon today, Sara talks on what Evangelism means. An evangelist is a bringer of good news. So if we’re going to be deliverers of good news, we should have a deep revelation of what that good news is. God gave up His best for us, so that we can be heirs. You’re not a slave but a son. And if you’re a son, then you’re an heir. Evangelism is knowing that you have a good dad and that you get to share Him. Each one of us has a place to use our royal position to step out in obedience and set someone else
Alex McKay - Testimony
Men On Fire host their first breakfast of 2018 and are joined by Alex McKay who gives a powerful testimony of his walk with Christ, from childhood, falling ill with cancer, to being visited by an angel in hospital to his miraculous healing.
Norman Hill
In his message today, Norman begins with the Parable of the Down and Out. He draws out the importance of how we process what Jesus has bequeathed to us and why our lives should go from the pit, to the rock, to new life. We are more than forgiven, because God is pleased with us.
Rob McArthur
Rob spoke from John 4 v 34 - 38 on feeding on the right food to do the will of the Father. Finding the right food, fixing your focus and looking to future fruit. The sower and reaper rejoice together and we will reap that for which we have not laboured.
Rob McArthur
In his Easter Sunday message, Pastor Rob encourages the people to be hearers and doers of the word. To listen and obey, so that Christ's work in us can be completed.
Chris Bennett
In our final session of the Men on Fire Ignite Conference, Into The Deep; Chris uses the story of Naaman to illustrate how shame will prevent us from intimacy with the Father and rob us of our identity. There is a fine line of remembering where God has brought us and not remaining in shame.
George Forman
In Saturdays second session, George speaks about "My Hometown". As Christian men, it falls on us to be passionate for our hometown for us to see God truly work. George exhorts us that we need not to be so caught up in the minutiae of life and work, so that we can truly go Into the Deep.
Kenny Brandie
In Saturdays first session of the Into the Deep conference; Kenny throws down the gauntlet for us as men by asking us, how deep we want to go? Using stories from his own life and scripture, he gives us the challenge of being fully immersed in God and in what He is doing.
Rich Van Winkle
Pastor Rich uses various scriptures as he illustrates the point that we are being transformed into the likeness of Christ and that is in fact, who we really are. We are identical twins with Jesus, just needing to catch our brother up.
Rich Van Winkle
In this sermon, Pastor Rich introduces us to our Father. Rich illustrates that God is both Father and Daddy, and that we as believers need to know Him as both for us to thrive.