Zacchaeus wasn’t liked. He was an outcast. Yet phenomenally Jesus, despite his love for righteousness and obedience to God, made him feel welcome and at home. This love, love beyond reason, motivated Zacchaeus to change, to become the man God intended. How can we be a church for everyone? What can we learn from Jesus and Zacchaeus?
Come on a journey as a Samaritan Woman meets with Jesus. We will explore the encounter in the context of the culture at the time and see how this speaks powerfully into our lives today.
Gavin Rodgers unpacks one of the most famous passages in the New Testament, Jesus showing complete forgiveness to the thief on the cross. This outrageous act challenges us to live thankful lives in the light of this freedom.
Jesus is the most influential man to have ever walked the earth. As Jesus demonstrates His compassionate healing power to the paralytic man, he radically demonstrates the Gospels message about God, forgiveness and suffering! Encounter Jesus as your hear His life giving words.
Paul took the gospel to much of the Roman empire, started churches, cared for leaders and wrote almost half of the books in the New Testament. Yet at one time he was a persecutor of the church. His encounter with Jesus was life-transforming and he was given a new mission. To follow Jesus is to be given new purpose and the grace of God enables us to walk in that.