Sermon Archive

 

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2017 Sermons




▶ Delta – Ross Lester – 19 November 2017



















▶ Jonah 3 – Lex Loizides – 05 February 2017

▶ Jonah 2 – Ryan Saville – 29 January 2017





2016 Sermons


▶ Christmas – Lex Loizides – 25 December 2016

▶ Carols – Ryan Saville – 18 December 2016

▶ Luke 2 – Ryan Saville – 11 December 2016













▶ Anger – Kyle Johnston- 18 September 2016

▶ Laziness – Ryan Saville – 11 September 2016

▶ Lust – Stephen van Rhyn – 28 August 2016

▶ Envy- Ryan Saville – 21 August 2016

▶ Pride – Kyle Johnston- 31 July 2016

























▶ Psalm 139 – Ryan Saville – 27 December 2015

▶ Psalm 13 – Kyle Johnston – 10 January 2016

▶ Psalm 34 – Dave Adams – 03 January 2016

2015 Sermons


▶ Psalm 139 – Ryan Saville – 27 December 2015

▶ Psalm 13 – Kyle Johnston – 10 January 2016

▶ Psalm 34 – Dave Adams – 03 January 2016





▶ Ephesians 5 – Tim Lane – 25 October 2015

▶ Ephesians 4 – Tim Lane – 25 October 2015




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Hope: Woman at the Well
(08 August 2015)
Speaker: Chris Taylor

49.5mb

Love
(02 August 2015)
Speaker: Wesley Fredericks

55mb

Faith
(26 July 2015)
Speaker: Lex Loizides

50mb

Halftime Team-Talk
(19 July 2015)
Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn

52.3mb

Life Verse: Beauty in Difference
(12 July 2015)
Speaker: Ryan Saville

40.3mb

Life Verse: God Moving
(05 July 2015)
Speaker: George Verwer

66.8mb

Life Verse : Gospel Coaching
(05 July 2015)
Speaker: Kyle Johnston

40.1mb

Life Verse 1
(28 June 2015)
Speaker: Stuart and Joyanne West

– We apologise for the low quality of this sermon’s recording.

51.4mb

Jesus Uncut: Jesus And The Heart of the Matter
(21 June 2015)
Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn

52.4mb

Jesus Uncut: Jesus And Disputes
(14 June 2015)
Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn

48mb

Jesus Uncut: Jesus And Worry
(07 June 2015)
Speaker: Lex Loizides

50mb

Jesus Uncut: The Bread that Satisfies
(31 May 2015)
Speaker: Ryan Saville

36mb

Jesus Uncut: Guidance
(31 May 2015)
Speaker: Steve Tibbert

45mb

Jesus Uncut: The Mission – Acts 1
(24 May 2015)
Speaker: PJ Smyth

60mb

Jesus Uncut: Jesus And Money
(17 May 2015)
Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn

54.7mb

Jesus Uncut: Jesus And Fasting
(03 May 2015)
Speaker: Dave Adams

42.5mb

Jesus Uncut: Jesus Prayer and Parenting
(10 May 2015)
Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn

Stephen mentioned in his sermon Mother’s Day Mighty video – Here is the link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xa-7jtvi7J4

41.5mb

Jesus Uncut: Jesus And Fasting
(03 May 2015)
Speaker: Dave Adams

42.5mb

Jesus Uncut: The Lord’s Prayer
(26 April 2015)
Speaker: Lex Loizides

Lex mentioned in his sermon that he keeps a card with the Lord’s Prayer on it – to download this helpful tool, please click here for a PDF of the card, or click here for a Word version which you can edit yourself.

47.5mb

Jesus Uncut: Jesus and Hypocrisy
(19 April 2015)
Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn

48.4mb

Jesus Uncut: Wholehearted
(12 April 2015)
Speaker: Kyle Johnston

35mb

Jesus Uncut: Confusion, Clarity and Commission
(05 April 2015)
Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn

41mb

Jesus Uncut – Integrity
(29 March 2015)
Speaker: Jeremy Hansen

45mb

Jesus Uncut – Adultery And Marriage
(22 March 2015)
Speaker: Lex Loizides

47mb

Jesus Uncut – Jesus is God
(15 March 2015)
Speaker: Donnie Griggs

47mb

Go! Home
(15 March 2015)
Speaker: Donnie Griggs

49mb

Jesus Uncut: Jesus and Lust
(08 March 2015)
Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn

55mb

Jesus Uncut: Jesus and Relationships
(01 March 2015)
Speaker: Ryan Saville

38mb

Jesus Uncut: Jesus and the Bible
(22 February 2015)
Speaker: Lex Loizides

36mb

Jesus Uncut: Jesus and the World
(15 February 2015)
Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn

12mb

Jesus Uncut: Jesus and Happiness
(8 February 2015)
Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn

22mb

Jubilee: Past – Present – Future
(1 February 2015)
Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn

23mb

The Fruit of the Spirit: Faithfulness
(25 January 2015)
Speaker: Kyle Johnston

22mb

The Fruit of the Spirit: Self Control
(18 January 2015)
Speaker: Wesley Fredericks

24mb

The Fruit of the Spirit: Gentleness
(11 January 2015)
Speaker: Doug Clothier

20mb

The Fruit of the Spirit: Kindess and Goodness
(4 January 2015)
Speaker: David Adams

23mb

2014 Sermons

The Fruit of the Spirit: Patience (28 December 2014 PM) Speaker: Jeremy Hansen. 18mb

Christmas (25 December 2014) Speaker: Lex Loizides. 15mb

The bread that satisfies (21 December 2014 PM) Speaker: Ryan Saville. 10mb

The Fruit of the Spirit: Peace (21 December 2014 AM) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn. 21mb

The Fruit of the Spirit: Joy (14 December 2014) Speaker: Ryan Saville. 21mb

The Fruit of the Spirit: Love (7 December 2014) Speaker: Lex Loizides
Lex takes a closer look at the central emphasis of the Christian faith and exhorts believes to receive and believe the promises of God’s love to them, in order for the fruit of the Spirit to become more evident in their lives. 23mb

The Power of God to Transform Lives (30 November 2014) Speaker: Eric Martin and Paul Cowley. 22mb

Spiritual Warfare: Bitterness (23 November 2014) Speaker: Kyle Johnston
We live in a world in which the conditions for bitterness existFurthermore, we often respond badly to these difficulties, and end up cultivating bitterness ourselvesThankfully, through the Gospel, God has made it possible for us to move from bitterness to kindnessFor a helpful worksheet related to the sermon, click here to download the PDF. 18mb

Spiritual Warfare: Schemes (16 November 2014) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Resources for further reading: Thomas Brooks – Precious Remedies Against Satan’s Devices William Gurnall – The Christian in Complete Armour CS Lewis – The Screwtape Letters Dr Martyn Lloyd-Jones – Spiritual Depression. 19mb

Spiritual Warfare: The whole armour of God (9 November 2014) Speaker: Lex Loizides
We’re told to ‘be strong in the Lord’We know we need to beBut how can I ‘be strong in the Lord’? This sermon answers that question. 22mb

Spiritual Warfare: The reality of war (2 November 2014) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn25mb

Eden Commissioning (26 October 2014) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn, Grant Porthen and Tim Tucker. 40mb

David: David’s last words (19 October 2014) Speaker: Lex Loizides
Lex looks at the significance of David’s last prepared words: My God is a God who Speaks, who helped me in my leadership and who is faithful to His promisesHe is a God you can rely on. 21mb

David: David and the army (12 October 2014) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn. 23mb

David: David and his family (5 October 2014) Speaker: Kyle Johnston
In 2 Samuel 13-18, we see David and his family being shattered by the destructive power of sinAlthough each character is responsible for their own actions, we learn that much of what went on was a consequence of David’s earlier sinsWe’re taught the sobering lesson that even forgiven sin may still have ongoing consequences for our livesBut we also see the sustaining hope that enabled David to endure – the hope of a future King who would save us from the ultimate consequences of our sins. 22mb

David: David and Leadership (28 September 2014) Speaker: Wesley Fredericks
In this sermon we focus on King David’s response to harsh words and a plea for mercy. 27mb

David: David and Repentance (21 September 2014) Speaker: Lex Loizides
Is there an answer for guilt? How can you get rid of a sense of shame? How can we know forgiveness from God? Lex gives the answer to these critically important questions through the poetry of Psalm 51 and its implications for us today now that Jesus Christ has come into the world. 22mb

Let Us Make Man In Our Image (14 September 2014) Speaker: Professor John Lennox. 27mb

In The Beginning God (14 September 2014) Speaker: Professor John Lennox. 30mb

David: David and Bathsheba (7 September 2014) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn. 21mb

David: David and Worship (31 August 2014) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn. 20mb

David: David and the Ark (24 August 2014) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn. 22mb

David: Jonathan and David (17 August 2014) Speaker: Greg Heasley. 15mb

Saul and David: Outward appearances vs A heart after God (10 August 2014) Speaker: Lex Loizides
This sermon is heart-surgeryLex Loizides looks at the two contrasting stories of Saul and David and gives us some pointers to help protect us from Saul’s failings, while learning from David’s strengths. 20mb

David: David and Goliath (3 August 2014) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn. 27mb

David: The overlooked king (27 July 2014) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn. 11mb

Half-time team talk (20 July 2014) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn. 27mb

Life verse 4 (13 July 2014) Speaker: Terence Berry
Terence shares how Matthew 4:19 has helped him bring about consistency between who he is in Christ and how he lives and worksA story about mud pies, pumpkin seeds and the life that is truly life.
22mb

Life verse 3 (6 July 2014) Speaker: Caryn Wilson
Caryn shares how, in her own life, Col 3:3 has been an invitation to so much more… 27mb

Life verse 2 (29 June 2014) Speaker: Mahlatse Mashua
Mahlatse Mashua, South African Director of RZIM, tells his own amazing story of conversion to Christianity using Paul’s statement in Galatians 1. 22mb

Life verse 1 (22 June 2014) Speaker: Tim Tucker
In a world full of disappointment and hopelessness, Christians need to have a different perspectiveTim Tucker’s life verse is Romans 5:5 where Paul writes that we have a hope that doesn’t disappoint usIn this message he expounds the theme of hope by looking at 1The context of hope, 2The confidence of hope, and 3The confession of hope. 20mb

Wisdom for Life: Wisdom for dads (15 June 2014) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Life is full of challenges, and fathers face the daunting task of raising children who can navigate through life’s challenges with both integrity and skillIn this sermon, Steve looks to Proverbs 3 to find divine wisdom for life on earthWhether you are a father – or anyone else – you need wisdom for life’s complexitiesSo what does a life of wisdom look like, practically? Listen to Steve explain how Proverbs 3 equips you for skilful living in a challenging world. 20mb

Wisdom for Life: Handling conflict (8 June 2014) Speaker: Doug Clothier
Exploring principles from Proverbs and other Scriptures that show us ways we can constructively deal with conflict and also how we can seek to live at peace with others. 19mb

Wisdom for Life: Work and Finance (1 June 2014) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Wisdom is critically connected to both the acquisition and retention of wealthHow does one view wealth, attain wealth, and maintain wealth? How does one do so without becoming materialistic or corrupt? Proverbs addresses this complex issue with its characteristic precision and nuanceIn this sermon, Steve connects the perspective of Proverbs to the details of life. 19mb

Wisdom for Life: Friendship (25 May 2014) Speaker: Jeremy Hansen. 19mb

Wisdom for Life: How to make good decisions (18 May 2014) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen continues our series in Proverbs by looking at the issue of guidance and how to make good decisionsStephen gives five Biblical principle from the book of Proverbs to help one navigate the complexities of life wisely. 19mb

Wisdom for Life: Mother’s Day (11 May 2014) Speaker: Lex Loizides
This is a presentation that is both hilarious and deeply movingLex honours the women of Jubilee, tells the slapstick story of his own attempts to woo a woman (he did finally succeed), introduces a dynamic Jubilee couple, and then Jo interviews Theresa Le Roux, a single woman who adopted an abandoned baby. 22mb

Crux: Expiation (4 May 2014) Speaker: Kyle Johnston
Shame can be difficult to define and deal withIn Mark 1:40-45, we see learn about the reality of shame and we also see God’s response to shameBut more than that, we see how Jesus removes shame – by taking it upon HimselfJesus gets dirty so that we can become cleanGod’s people are now clean, holy and deeply loved. 19mb

Crux: Propitiation (27 April 2014 PM) Speaker: Ryan Saville. 18mb

Crux: Propitiation (27 April 2014 AM) Speaker: David Adams. 20mb

Crux: God’s given solution (20 April 2014) Speaker: Lex Loizides
There is an answer! God has given us His answerIsn’t it worth considering the possibility that there is hope for us beyond the grave? 19mb

Crux: Redemption – Bought at a high price (13 April 2014) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
The cross of Christ lies at the heart of Christianity, and the theme of Redemption helps us understand that our salvation came at a high priceIn this sermon, Steve looks at the story of Gomer and Hosea – in which we see how the Gospel message is foreshadowed through Hosea redeeming his wife from slaveryLikewise, through the cross, Jesus has redeemed us from slavery so that we might know and serve God in freedom. 18mb

Crux: Justification by faith (6 April 2014) Speaker: Lex Loizides. 11mb

Growing: Growing through pain (30 March 2014) Speaker: Stephen Jack
Life is full of unexpected trials of various kindsHow should we respond to this pain? How can God help us grow through this pain? As someone who has walked with God through much pain and suffering, Stephen Jack wisely and clearly helps us answer this question from James 1. 7mb

Growing: Growing in flexibility (23 March 2014) Speaker: Lex Loizides
How should Christians relate to others, and to their culture? It is all too easy to become narrow minded and rules-focusedIn this sermon, Lex helps us think about how to be flexible in our approach to othersUltimately, we see this modeled by Jesus, who was perfectly holy and yet was also a friend of sinners. 12mb

Growing: Growing in gifts (16 March 2014) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
God has given all believers a spiritual gift, by grace, to serve others and advance the common goodLearn how to identify and develop your spiritual gift by listening to this helpful talk from Romans 12. 13mb

Growing: Growing for the city (9 March 2014) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Christianity flourishes in citiesThat may sound surprising, but in this sermon Steve shows us – from Scripture – how the Gospel’s impact is powerfully seen in urban contextsThis has both encouragements and challenges for us individually, as well as for churches corporately. 12mb

Andy Hawthorne – The Message – PM (2 March 2014) Speaker: Andy Hawthorne
The Gospel is for everyoneIt does not matter who you are, or where you are from – God’s grace is for youAndy helps us see this beautiful truth from John 3:16 – “the Bible in miniature.” 9mb

Andy Hawthorne – The Message – AM (2 March 2014) Speaker: Andy Hawthorne
Jesus loves Sinners! That’s the wonderful message of the New TestamentAndy helpfully shows us how lavish Jesus’ love is from Luke 7In this powerful passage, we see how different people respond to Jesus – people who know their need run to Him and worship Him, while those who think that they are OK keep their distance. 12mb

Growing: Growing on Mission (23 Feb 2014) Speaker: Lex Loizides
This recording includes an interview with Mandy Fisher who has run numerous successful Alpha courses and other evangelistic initiatives and who talks about her own ‘missional lifestyle’Lex draws lessons from Jesus’ conversation with a woman at a well20 people responded to give their lives to Christ after this message. 12mb

Growing: Growing in community (16 Feb 2014) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
God has designed for us to grow spiritually in the context of communitySteve teaches us about what this means from John 21, where Jesus tells Peter to “feed my sheep.” This sermon will encourage and equip you to think biblically about Christian community. 9.9mb

Growing: Growing in grace (9 Feb 2014) Speaker: Terry Virgo
Pastor and spiritual leader Terry Virgo teaches us about God’s remarkable grace from Titus 2In this sermon, we learn about how the grace of God appeared in Jesus Christ, and how God’s grace continues to help us spiritually grow. 14.3mb

Growing: Growing Godward (2 Feb 2014) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Jubilee kicks off her 8 week series on Growing by looking at how we Grow Godward through our relationship with ChristSteve van Rhyn preaches from John 15:1-17, where Jesus teaches us that He is the Vine and His followers are the branches that must remain in HimSteve highlights a number of important truths from this passage, showing us not only why we grow but also how we grow. 15.5mb

Refocus: Focusing on Christ (26 Jan 2014) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
In this second sermon of the Re-Focus series, Steve van Rhyn helps us remain focused on Christ by reminding us of several important and powerful truths from Philippians 3:4-16In this message, Steve teaches us how the apostle Paul highlights the necessity of conversion, the value of Christ and the exhortation to press forward. 15.2mb

Refocus: A call to prayer (19 Jan 2014) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
At the beginning of a new year, it’s extremely easy to lose focusOther things readily crowd in and grab our attention and affectionTherefore, it is vital that we remain focused on what truly mattersIn this sermon, the first of a two-part series entitled Re-Focus, Steve van Rhyn issues a call to prayer from James 5:13-20Listen in for some key truths and practical help regarding biblical prayer. 13.3mb

Never say never (12 Jan 2014) Speaker: Ryan Saville
Hope is hard to come byBut the story of Hannah in 1 Samuel 1 teaches us to never say neverThis sermon deals with the sovereignty of God over suffering in light of the suffering of God on the crossThe sovereignty and suffering of God compels us to trust God in the midst of suffering. 13.8mb

Dirty hands and wet feet (5 Jan 2014) Speaker: Jeremy Hansen. 11.2mb

2013 Sermons

A Psalm of Thanksgiving (Psalm 124) (29 Dec 2013)
Speaker: David Adams
The close of a year is an appropriate time to reflect and give thanks. For all of us the past year has most probably included both victories and failures. There are things to celebrate and there are challenges that have discouraged and disappointed us. Yet, whatever our experience, it is entirely appropriate to join with the writer of Psalm 124 in declaring, “If the Lord had not been on our side…!” On the brink of a new year, it is good to realise afresh that “our help is in the name of the Lord, the Maker of heaven and earth” (Psalm 124:8). 11.2mb

GOLA (22 Dec 2013)
Speaker: Duncan McLea
Duncan encourages us to Go; Appreciate what we have; Lay it before Jesus; and Obey. 13.1mb

Sophia and the 4 Amigo’s: How to become wise (15 Dec 2013)
Speaker: Kyle Johnston
In the final sermon of the Wisdom Series, Kyle shows us how to become wise from Proverbs 2. In this remarkable passage, we see both the process of becoming wise as well as the many benefits wisdom gives. We then end off by considering how wisdom points to, and is fulfilled by, the Lord Jesus Christ. 12.1mb

Sophia and the 4 Amigo’s: Wisdom (8 Dec 2013)
Speaker: Lex Loizides
In this sermon, Lex gives an overview of Wisdom in the Book of Proverbs and gives us all hope by drawing us towards the One ‘in whom are hidden all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge’, Jesus Christ. 9.4mb

Sophia and the 4 Amigo’s: The Fool (1 Dec 2013)
Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Steve continues our series through the book of proverbs by looking at the the fool. 9.46mb

Overcoming Idolatry (23 Nov 2013)
Speaker: Mike Pilivachi
Guest Speaker Mike Pilivachi
11.30mb

Sophia and the 4 Amigos – The Naive Simpleton (17 Nov 2013)
Speaker: Wesley Fredericks
Wesley continues our series titled “Sophia and the 4 Amigo’s” by looking at the Naive Simpleton through the book of proverbs. 12.76mb

Sophia and the 4 Amigos – The Scoffer (10 Nov 2013)
Speaker: Lex Loizides
Lex continues our series titled “Sophia and the 4 Amigo’s” by looking at the scoffer through the book of proverbs. 10.75mb

Sophia and the 4 Amigos – The Sluggard (03 Nov 2013)
Speaker: Kyle Johnston
Kyle begins the series focused on wisdom through the book of proverbs in our evening service by looking at the sluggard and the ant. 11.85mb

Sophia and the 4 Amigos – The Sluggard (03 Nov 2013)
Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen begins our new series through the book of proverbs, by looking at the sluggard. 9.84mb

Jubilee 30th Celebration (27 Oct 2013)
Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen looks back at the past 30 years in the life of Jubilee and reminds us of how faithful God has been to us as a community. 5.32mb

City Lights (20 Oct 2013)
Speaker: Ryan Saville
Ryan Saville looks at the passage in John chapter 9 where Jesus says “I am the light of the world” and challenges us hearing and following Jesus’ calling on our life. 10.59mb

A Life of Praise (20 Oct 2013)
Speaker: Andy Hawthorne
Andy addresses us on what a life filled with praise should look like. 6.18mb

The Call to Courage (13 Oct 2013)
Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn

Stephen looks at the topic of courage through the life of Joshua, and highlights three aspects of courage. The call to courage, thr corrosion of courage and the cultivation of courage. 11.34mb

Jesus on Mission: Missionaries Empowered (06 Oct 2013)
Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Steve concludes our series; Jesus on Mission through the book of Luke by speaking on ‘Missionaries Empowered’. 9.45mb

Jesus on Mission:The Followers of Jesus on Mission (29 Sep 2013)
Speaker: Lex Loizides
Christians are being persecuted around the world and yet Jesus tells us to go as lambs among wolves with healing and grace. Lex looks at Luke 10:1-23.

Jesus on Mission: Mission Accomplished – Resurrection Power (22 Sep 2013)
Speaker: Jeremy Hansen
Jeremy preached on Mission Accomplished – Resurrection power. He looks at evidence for the resurrection, and then asks the question:’Why does the resurrection change everything?’ 10.60mb

Jesus on Mission: The Trial and Crucifixion (15 Sep 2013)
Speaker: Lex Loizides
Lex takes a closer look at the chaos of both the trial and crucifixion of Jesus and draws out an unexpected conclusion: Adoration. 11.68mb

Jesus on Mission: Losing My Religion (08 Sep 2013)
Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Pehaps the greatest misunderstanding regarding the Christian faith is the idea that moral behaviour results in God’s blessing of salvation. In thi sermon from Luke7:36-50, Steve van Rhyn helps us see how Jesus surprisingly challenges a moralistic man for his hypocrisy and commends a wayward women for losing her religion. We can learn that God wants us to put our faith in his grace. 9.91mb

Jesus on Mission: Roadblock – My Mission or Jesus’ Mission (01 Sep 2013)
Speaker: Lex Loizides
In this message Lex continues in our series through the gospel of Luke, looking at Jesus on mission. Lex looks at what it means to take up your cross and carry it daily. 11.21mb

Jesus on Mission: Roadblock – Money (25 Aug 2013)
Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
In this challenging message Stephen takes us through the parable of the rich fool and points out the dangers of greed, money and ultimately idolatry. 9.89mb

Jesus on Mission: Good News to the Poor (18 Aug 2013)
Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
In this message Stephen continues our series through the gospel of Luke by looking at the parable of the good samatitan and what good news to the poor looks like. 11.80mb

Collosians: Paul and his friends (11 Aug 2013)
Speaker: PJ Smythe
In this message PJ takes us through the final chapter of Collosians looking and Pauls final greetings to the church and his heart for the people he addresses. 10.66mb

Jesus on Mission:Authority in Healing (04 Aug 2013)
Speaker: Terry Virgo
In this message Terry addresses us about authority in healing, by continuing our series Jesus on Mission through the book of Luke. 13.39mb

Jesus on Mission:Jesus’ Authority over evil spirits (28 July 2013)
Speaker: Lex Loizides
In this challenging message Lex looks at the power dimension of the biblical gospel, the authority of Christ and the security of the Christian. He also answers questions relating to the nature of spiritual warfare and how that impacts the life of the believer. 11.03mb

Jesus on Mission: Mission Demonstrated (21 July 2013)
Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Steve continues our series through the book of Luke by taking a deeper look into the story of Jesus healing the paralytic, and noticing that Jesus did not come for the righteous, instead he came for the sinners. 11.66mb

Jesus on Mission: Mission Declared (14 July 2013)
Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Steve begins this series on mission through Luke’s Gospel by declaring the mission. 11.03mb

Faith Hope Love: A living Hope (07 July 2013)
Speaker: Wesley Fredericks
In this sermon, Wesley points us to the living hope that is found in Jesus. 10.01mb

Faith Hope Love: Love (31 June 2013)
Speaker: Kyle Johnston
In John 13, we see a perfect example of Love. Jesus shows us that love is humbling serving others with scandalous generosity, in practical and concrete ways. The source of our love is God’s gracious love, which cleanses us from our pride and empowers us to serve. 10.70mb

Family Matters: Spiritual Family (09 June 2013)
Speaker: Wesley Fredericks
In this message Wesley looks beyond the biological family and into what it means to be a part of the spiritual family. 11.63mb

Family Matters: Grace based parenting (09 June 2013)
Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
In this message Stephen looks at grace based parenting. 12.00mb

Family Matters: Resolving Conflict (02 June 2013)
Speaker: David Adams
Dave and Herma look at resolving conflict within aa family by seeking God. 10.76mb

Family Matters: Preparing for marriage (26 May 2013)
Speaker: Jeremy Hansen
Jeremy takes a look at pursuing God and His view of marriage in preparing for singleness, marriage and life. He also shares stories from his and Michele’s experience of dating and preparing for marriage. 12.46mb

Family Matters 2: Redeeming Family (19 May 2013)
Speaker: Lex Loizides
In this hilarious message Lex looks at the joys and struggles of sharing the gospel with our extended families and seeing our children embracing the Christian Faith. 12.49mb

Family Matters: Mothers Day (12 May 2013)
Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen van Rhyn begins our new series titled Family Matters, by honouring mothers on the celebration of Mothers Day. 13.41mb

Transforming Grace: Gospel Horizons (05 May 2013)
Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen van Rhyn concludes our series on Transforming Grace through the book of Collosians by looking at prayer, partnership and personal engagement. 9.38mb

Growing in Wisdom (28 April 2013)
Speaker: Rigby Wallace
Rigby Wallace takes a look into what the life of wisdom and humility should look like. 11.67mb

The Perfect Storm (28 April 2013)
Speaker: Rigby Wallace
Rigby Wallace addresses the stirring up of a storm in each of us as a result of the gospel effect in our lives. 8.76mb

Transforming Grace: Gospel Living (21 April 2013)
Speaker: Lex Loizides
Lex looks at the importance of studying the Bible, Paul’s instructions for family life, and the question of the Bible’s approach to slavery. 12.90mb

Transforming Grace: Gospel Community (14 April 2013)
Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
The Gospel creates a new kind of human community, in which all our spiritual unity overcomes all other factors which usually divide people. Remembering the ‘glue’ (believing the truths) which has united us together, and using the ‘tools’ (obeying the commands) which maintain that unity, will increasingly help us to experience true Gospel Community. 11.34mb

Transforming Grace: Gospel change, part 1 (24 March 2013)
Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen continues our series on Transforming Grace by looking at the Gospel and how it brings real change. 10.86mb

Engaging Hearts and Minds: Daniel (17 March 2013)
Speaker: John Lennox
Professor John Lennox takes a look at the life of Daniel. 12.01mb

Engaging Hearts and Minds: First section of John (17 March 2013)
Speaker: John Lennox
Professor John Lennox takes a look at the beginning of the book of John. 12.00mb

Questions and Answers: Is Faith a delusion? (14 March 2013)
Speaker: John Lennox and Michael Ramsden
Professor John Lennox and Michael Ramsden take questions on the topic, Is Faith a delusion? 13.06mb

Engaging Hearts and Minds: Is Faith a Delusion? (14 March 2013)
Speaker: John Lennox
Professor John Lennox addresses us on the topic, Is Faith a Delusion? 9.42mb

Questions and Answers: Has science made God irrelevant? (13 March 2013)
Speaker: John Lennox and Michael Ramsden
Professor John Lennox and Michael Ramsden take questions on the topic, has science made God Irrelevant? 11.93mb

Engaging Hearts and Minds: Has science made God irrelevant? (13 March 2013)
Speaker: John Lennox
Professor John Lennox addresses the question, has science made God irrelevant? 8.92mb

Transforming Grace: Complete in Christ (10 March 2013)
Speaker: Lex Loizides
Lex delivers a word of encouragement based on Colossians 2. The Apostle Paul warns the believers not to be taken captive by superstition or man-made philosophy and urges them to focus on the true source of satisfaction and completion: Jesus Christ. 8.84mb

The Gospel is for all (03 March 2013)
Speaker: Andy Hawthorne
Andy Hawthorne addresses us by highlighting that the Gospel is infact for everyone. 11.38mb

Temptations (03 March 2013)
Speaker: Joel Virgo
Joel Virgo addresses us on how to deal with temptation by directing us to the one who ultimately overcame all temptation. 10.17mb

Transforming Grace: Gospel Stewardship (24 February 2013)
Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Steve continues our nine part series on Transforming Grace by taking a look at Gospel Stewardship. 11.48mb

Transforming Grace: Gospel Dimensions (17 February 2013)
Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Steve continues our nine part series on Transforming Grace by taking a look at Gospel Dimensions. 9.00mb

Transforming Grace: Gospel Potency (10 February 2013)
Speaker: Lex Loizides
In this introduction to the series on Colossians Lex looks at Paul’s reasons for writing the letter and his method of steering the church away from error by bringing them directly to Christ. The good news about Jesus has been amazingly influential from the beginning even till now, because it is accompanied by the living presence of God. 11.30mb

The Vision: Next steps (03 February 2013)
Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen van Rhyn continues with the vision and the next steps involved in the vision. 10.99mb

Vision: Living in the light of Jubilee (27 January 2013)
Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen van Rhyn talks the vision and living in the light of Jubilee. 10.01mb

The Beatitudes: Loved in Heaven and hated on earth (20 January 2013)
Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen concludes our series on the Beatitudes by looking at the issue of persecution. Stephen looks at what persecution is, what it isn’t and how we should handle persecution when it comes our way.  6.71mb

The Beatitudes: Blessed are the peacemakers (13 January 2013)
Speaker: Lex Loizides
In this sermon Lex shows how bringing the peace of God is a blessing to us and others, and ho having a mindset of peace-making steers us away from self-defensiveness and towards reconciliation. 9.41mb

The Beatitudes: Pure heart and clear vision (06 January 2013)
Speaker: David Adams
David Adams talks on having a pure heart and clear vision as he goes through the Beatitudes.

2012 Sermons

 The Beatitudes: Mercy and Righteousness (30 December 2012) Speaker: Jeremy Hansen
Jeremy Hansen addresses Mercy and Righteousness through through the beatitudes. 9.78mb

Christmas Message: The Claim of Christmas (25 December 2012) Speaker: Lex Loizides
Lex takes a fascinating look at the Christmas Story through the eyes of Mary’s fiance, Joseph. Lex shows how, far from being gullible at Mary’s talk of angels and Messiahs, Joseph was as hard-nosed as any modern day sceptic. 6.68mb

The Beatitudes: Meakness and Abundance (23 December 2012) Speaker: Wesley Fredericks
Wesley Fredericks addresses desire and satisfaction in the series the beatitudes. 9.44mb

 
Portrait of a Godward life: Meakness and Abundance (16 December 2012) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen van Rhyn speaks on Meakness and Abundance. 11.4mb

 
Portrait of a Godward life: Gospel Meditation (09 December 2012) Speaker: Kyle Johnston
Meditation lies at the heart of life, and in this talk Kyle Johnston discusses the reality, nature, practice, and fuel of meditation. Whether you are a seasoned meditator, or someone just getting started in the discipline of meditation, this talk will provide an introduction to the biblical practice of Gospel Meditation. 10.6mb

 
Celebration: Sarah-Hope Berg (09 December 2012) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Celebration: Sarah-Hope Berg – by Stephen van Rhyn and Leigh and Richard Berg. 10.9mb

 
Beatitudes: Present Tears And Future Joy (02 December 2012) Speaker: Dave Adams
Beatitudes: Present Tears And Future Joy by Mr and Mrs Adams. 8.5mb

 
Pursuing Your Dream (25 November 2012) Speaker: Kelvin Massingham
Kelvin preeched from the book of Nehemiah on pursuing your dream. 9.15mb

 
Portrait of a Godward Life (25 November 2012) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Steve preached on having nothing and possesing everything. 11.6mb

 
The Bucket List: The Supreme Adventure (18 November 2012) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Steve preached on having nothing and possesing everything. 11.5mb

 
Bucket List: Relationships Matter (11 November 2012) Speaker: Lex Loizides
‘The best things in life aren’t things!’ In this challenging message Lex looks at the true nature of Christian relationships both in the church and in the family. He urges us to invest in each other while we have opportunity. 9.0mb

 
Theology Of Postponement (04 November 2012) Speaker: Peter Howard Brown
Theology of Postponement – Peter Howard Brown

 
Theology to live by (04 November 2012) Speaker: Peter Howard Brown
Theology to live by – Peter Howard Brown

 
The Bucket List: Taking Risks AM (28 October 2012) Speaker: Chris Taylor
Low Risk, High Risk, Bad Risk, Good Risk. Chris looks at the role of faith and guidance in the adventure of walking with Jesus. 9.0mb

 
The Bucket List: Taking Risks PM (28 October 2012) Speaker: Lex Loizides
Low Risk, High Risk, Bad Risk, Good Risk. Lex looks at the role of faith and guidance in the adventure of walking with Jesus. 12.0mb

 
The Bucket List: First Things First (21 October 2012) Speaker: Doug Clothier
In this third part of our Bucket List series Doug looked at what are the first things we should put first in our life. He looked at the foundations we should build our lives on, and how we can pursue the good works that God has prepared for each one of us. 11.0mb

 
The Bucket List: The After life? (14 October 2012) Speaker: Lex Loizides
Lex considers recent evidence of life after death, describes several worldview positions on the afterlife and then examines the Christian teaching with its promises and warnings. 10.0mb

 
The Bucket List: The After life? (14 October 2012) Speaker: David Adams
We can so easily live life quite oblivious to eternity. What does the Bible say about the afterlife? This message explores what happens when someone dies, and includes reference to Judgment Day, heaven and hell, the new heaven and the new earth. 12.0mb

 
The Bucket List: Life is Brief (07 October 2012) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
The Bucket List: Life is Brief by Stephen van Rhyn. 11.8mb

 
Preparation for a New Chapter (30 September 2012) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen unpacks Psalm 127 on the occasion of the opening of the building extensions at the Jubilee Centre. Stephen shows us how this Psalm helps frame our opening by pointing us to God, our city and the next generation. 9.0mb

 
God in Action: The God Who Builds (23 September 2012) Speaker: Jeremy Hansen
Jeremy preached the final session in our God in Action series, looking at ‘the God who builds’. We look at the question of what is God building in our generation? The church is what God is most passionate and excited about! Jeremy encourages us to have a Christ-like passion for the church. God has gifted you in a unique way as part of the body. Will you allow Him to build His church through you.giving you joy, building the Church and glorifying God?

 
God in Action: God who empowers (16 September 2012) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen continues our ‘God in Action’ by looking at God’s role in our Christian walk. Stephen shows how God hasn’t left us as orphans but has sent us the Holy Spirit to empower us to do the work God has called us to. 9.0mb

 
God in Action: The Meaning of the Cross (09 September 2012) Speaker: Lex Loizides
Lex tackles the question of the centrality, meaning and power of the cross of Jesus Christ.”

 
God in Action: The God who became Flesh (02 September 2012) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen begins our new series entitled: ‘God in Action’ by unpacking John 1. Stephen shows how God is in community, the God who creates and the God who rescues. This message will helpful you appreciate God’s amazing actions on your behalf. 11.0mb

 
God Unboxed: Beholding Jesus (26 August 2012) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen concludes our God unboxed series by looking at Jesus in Revelation 1:9-20. Stephen looks at how Jesus is full of surprises, glorious beyond measure and a king like no other. If you are needing your vision of Jesus to be refreshed then this message is for you. 11.0mb

 
God Unboxed: Don’t Limit God (19 August 2012) Speaker: Lex Loizides
Lex preached about out tendency to try and domesticate God and make Him and His ways acceptable. Martin Luther said, ‘Let God be God!’ In this message Lex encourages us not to put limits on what we expect God to do, on preserving a big view of a Holy God and encourages us to believe God for far more in our own lives and in the churches.”

 
God Unboxed: Glory (12 August 2012) Speaker: Mbonisi Malaba
In Isaiah 6:1-8 the prophet Isaiah glimpses God’s glory and majesty. Confronted with God’s infinite holiness, Isaiah is totally undone. However, God extends grace to Isaiah as the seraph touches his mouth with a live coal and declares, “Your guilt is taken away and your sin atoned for.”

 
God Unboxed: The Glory Of God (05 August 2012) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen begins our God unboxed series by looking at Moses’ encounter with God in Exodus 33 and 34. In this message Stephen look at the God’s glory and how He chooses to reveal Himself to Moses. 12.0mb

 
Vision 2012: Half-time team talk (27 July 2012) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
This week Stephen gives a half-time team talk. Stephen takes time out in the middle of the year to reminds Jubilee who they are, where they are going and what is important. If you want to find out what Jubilee is all about this message is for you. 11.0mb

 
Life Verse: 2 Corinthians 1:8 (22 July 2012) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen concludes our Life verse series by looking at 2 Corinthians 1:8-11. In this message Stephen shares personally how the gospel has shaped his life and ministry. 11.0mb

 
Life Verse: Build The Highway (15 July 2012) Speaker: Steve Oliver
Ephesians 2:10 expresses the wonderful truth that as followers of Jesus we are wholly God’s creation – that it was God’s handiwork both when we were formed in our mother’s womb and subsequently when we became a new creation in Christ. With this knowledge we can respond with confidence in God to all that is on His agenda for us to do. 6.0mb

 
Life Verse: God’s Workmanship (15 July 2012) Speaker: Dave Adams
Ephesians 2:10 expresses the wonderful truth that as followers of Jesus we are wholly God’s creation – that it was God’s handiwork both when we were formed in our mother’s womb and subsequently when we became a new creation in Christ. With this knowledge we can respond with confidence in God to all that is on His agenda for us to do. 9.0mb

 
Life Verse: The Peace Of God (08 July 2012) Speaker: Wesley Fredericks
In this message Wesley takes an in depth look at Paul’s command for us not to be anxious. He also focuses on why we don’t present our requests to God in prayer and what the true meaning of the “Peace of God” is. 11.0mb

 
Life Verse: Faith In The Faithful One (01 July 2012) Speaker: Jeremy Hansen
Often we don’t understand our circumstances, and it can feel that God is out of control. Jeremy preached from Proverbs 3: 5-6: Trust in Lord with all your heart, and lean not on your own understanding. All of us have trust issues and need reminding that God’s character is one of faithfulness, despite our circumstances. 10.0mb

 
Life Verse: The Fruitful Life (24 June 2012) Speaker: Lex Loizides
God’s will is for you to be fruitful. In this message, Lex kicks off our new Life Verse series with Proverbs 11:30 – ‘The fruit of the righteous is a tree of life and he who is wise wins souls’. 11.0mb

 
Sex Singles and Relationships: Don’t Waste Your Life (17 June 2012) Speaker: Lex Loizides
The final in our series to single Christian people – urging us to enjoy our singleness and not get sidetracked by passivity or impulsiveness as we serve Christ together in the community life of the local church. 11.0mb

 
The Art Of Marriage: The Mission of Marriage (17 June 2012) Speaker: Lex Loizides
Lex presents a heart-warming vision of Christian marriage. It’s a vision that includes companionship, helping each other towards a glorious future, and sustaining love and affection through the whole of life in the context of mission. The message ends with insights from DM Lloyd-Jones and Billy Graham on the life-long love they had for their wives. 9.0mb

 
The Art Of Marriage: Taking Out The Trash (10 June 2012) Speaker: Dave Adams
A marriage is between two different, imperfect people. Therefore there will be conflict. How we deal with this conflict is crucial. The biblical response is to speak the truth in love through the power of God’s grace. This involves accessing God’s grace to forgive and repent. 11.9mb

 
Sex Singles and Relationships: The Porn Path (10 June 2012) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen continues our series on Sex, Singles and relationship by looking at the issue of pornography. Stephen looks at the prevalence of Porn, the problem of Porn and the power and plans to overcome Porn. In this message Stephen helps us see the gravity of the problem facing us as well as providing practical advice of how to overcome pornography if one is involved with it. Stephen’s message ends with Marcus sharing his story of enslavement to pornography and subsequent free from it in Christ. 12.0mb

 
The Art of Marriage: Sex and Marriage part two (03 June 2012) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen continues our ‘Art of Marriage’ series by looking at how marriage couples can grow in sexual intimacy. Stephen shows how a right view of sex, the right context of marriage and a servant heart are critical for a God glorifying sex life. After giving some pastoral counsel Stephen then invites his wife Anna to give some counsel to the ladies and Dr Jo Schlesinger some medical advice. 16.0mb

 
Sex Singles and Relationships: Dealing With Sexual Brokeness (03 June 2012) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen looks at the issue of sexual brokenness and shows through two accounts in the Gospel of John how Jesus deals with sexual brokenness and redeems and restores peoples lives. 10.0mb

 
Sex Singles and Relationships: Finding Mr or Mrs Right QandA part two (27 May 2012) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen takes does a Q&A around the topic of relationships and sex. 12.0mb

 
Sex Singles and Relationships: Finding Mr or Mrs Right part two (27 May 2012) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen shares his heart about 16 pastoral learning he has gleaned over the years relating to dating, relationships, singles and all that stuff. If you are single and wanting help in navigating your life this message is designed to help. 12.0mb

 
The Art of Marriage: Sex and Marriage part one (27 May 2012) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen continues our ‘Art of Marriage’ series by looking at how we view sex in marriage. Stephen shows how a distorted view of sex, seeing it either as God or gross, can negatively effect our sexual experience in marriage. Stephen shows how sex within marriage should be viewed as a gift from God for our enjoyment. 13.0mb

 
Sex Singles and Relationships: Finding Mr or Mrs Right part one (20 May 2012) Speaker: Wesley Fredericks
In this sermon Wesley looks at how we should approach dating and relationships using biblical principles to guide us in our decision making. 13.0mb

 
The Art Of Marriage: Equally Different (20 May 2012) Speaker: Lex Loizides
Lex discusses the possibility of having life-long, healthy, mutually beneficial marriages and tackles Paul’s controversial statements about the roles of husbands and wives in Christian marriage. 11.0mb

 
The Art of Marriage – Friend with Benefits (13 May 2012) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen continues our “Art of Marriage” series by looking at what marriage if for. Stephen shows that marriage is meant for friendship and companionship and unpacks what a healthy friendship looks like. 14.6mb

 
Sex, Singles and Relationships: QandA Sex, Singles and Relationship (13 May 2012) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen takes does a Q&A around the topic of relationships and sex. 6.6mb

 
Sex, Singles and Relationships: Sex and Relationships God’s way (13 May 2012) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen looks at the context that God has designed for safe enjoyable sexual expression. Stephen then looks at how and why singles should pursue sexual purity prior to marriage. 13.6mb

 
Sex, Singles and Relationships: God, sex and your body (06 May 2012) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen begins our new series by looking and God, sex and our body. Stephen shows that God isn’t anti-sex but in fact created it, encourages it but provides the right context for lasting enjoyment. Stephen goes on to show that our bodies matter to God and that we need to use them in a way that honours Him. 10.6mb

 
The Art of Marriage: New Marriage, Same Spouse (06 May 2012) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen begins our new series entitled: ‘The Art of marriage’ by looking at Genesis 2 and 3. In these chapters we see both the foundations and ingredients for a godly marriage. Stephen goes on to show that despite the right foundations and ingredients all marriages in fact operate in a fallen environment and are in need of God’s grace. 14.6mb

 
The Covenant (29 Apr 2012) Speaker: Dave Adams
The Bible narrative is all about God’s initiative to redeem for himself a people who are his. The blood covenant God entered into with Abram and the covenant meal that was instituted at the first Passover foreshadowed the new covenant that would be sealed in Jesus’ own blood. The only appropriate response is gratefully to receive God’s gracious provision as we eat of the bread and drink of the cup as part of God’s covenant community. 8.6mb

 
Spirit Filled Church: part 3 (24 April 2012) Speaker: Terry Virgo
In this message Terry shows how the whole church needs to be empowered for global mission

Trusting Jesus in a Storm (24 April 2012) Speaker: Terry Virgo
In this touching message, the heart of a Pastor shines through as Terry teaches how Jesus patiently taught his disciples to trust in Him. 13.2mb

 
Spirit Filled Church: part 2 (23 April 2012) Speaker: Terry Virgo
Part 2: Terry shows how the whole church needs to be empowered for global mission

 
Spirit Filled Church: part 1 (23 April 2012) Speaker: Terry Virgo
Part 1: Terry shows how the whole church needs to be empowered for global mission

 
‘BLING’ (15 April 2012) Speaker: Mbonisi Malaba
Mbonisi presents a biblical view of ‘Bling’ (Money) from 1Timothy 6. In this lively and penetrating exposition, he gives us the biblical perspective we need if we are going to relate well to finances. The dangers of wealth, money as a rival God, and being generous so as to be able to take hold of that which is truly life, are all explained, illustrated and applied. Enjoy!

Learning Lessons of Faith (15 April 2012) Speaker: Lex Loizides
After hearing three testimonies from people apparently healed during a time of prayer before the sermon, Lex shares some principles to help us grow in faith, from Mark 8. 13.4mb

 
How do we know Christ rose from the dead (Easter 2012) (8 April 2012) Speaker: Lex Loizides
In this message Lex considers the bigger implications of Christ’s resurrection as well as some personal testimony of those who claim to know Him now. 10.6mb

 
Looking for Justice: Michael Ramsden (01 April 2012) Speaker: Michael Ramsden
Michael Ramsden examines the issue of God’s justice and forgiveness. Are love and justice even compatible or are they, in fact, inseparable?

‘What would you say to someone who asks…?’ (01 April 2012) Speaker: Lex Loizides and Michael Ramsden
Lex Loizides puts some of the toughest questions that Christians encounter to Michael Ramsden. A highly engaging extended interview that will be of interest to anyone involved in understanding and communicating their Christian faith. 18.1mb

 
JESUS Unplugged – Seek First The Kingdom Of God (25 March 2012) Speaker: Doug Clothier
Doug concludes our Jesus Unplugged series by looking at Matt 6:33. Doug urges us to listen carefully to the things Jesus said and to apply them in our lives. Jesus told us to seek first his kingdom, and Doug provides some help for how we can do this. 9.5mb

 
Jesus Unplugged: Jesus – Revealed (18 march 2012) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen continues our ‘Jesus unplugged’ series by unpacking Colossians 1:15-22. Stephen shows how Paul gives us an unique heavenly perspective of Jesus that helps us not only grasp His greatness but also the wonder of His redemptive work on our behalf. 10mb

 
Jesus Unplugged: Jesus – The Good Shepherd (11 March 2012) Speaker: Lex Loizides
The Biblical image of God as our Shepherd includes both His desire to care for His people as well as to reach others who are not yet part of His ‘flock’. In this message Lex shares the Shepherd’s heart for both the church and the world. 12.0mb

 
Jesus Unplugged: True Greatness (04 March 2012) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen continues our ‘Jesus Unplugged’ series by looking at Jesus’ teaching on greatness. Stephen shows how our desire for greatness isn’t wrong but needs to be defined by Jesus. Stephen goes on to shows that it isn’t simply a redefinition of greatness that is required but also Christ’s sacrificial death that is required to truly transform us if we are to pursue true greatness. 8.1mb

 
Jesus Unplugged: Jesus – Faithful to Forgive (26 February 2012) Speaker: Jeremy Hansen
Jeremy preached on the parable of the unmerciful servant. He looks at what Jesus says about forgiveness, the reality of the forgiveness that we’ve received in Christ, and some practical tools for forgiving those who have sinned against us. 10.2mb

 
Jesus Unplugged: Roadblocks to Fruitfulness (19 February 2012) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen continues our ‘Jesus unplugged’ series by unpacking the parable of the sower in Mark 4. Stephen looks at five hindrances that Jesus highlights that could prevent us from being fruitful in our lives. If you are looking to grow in your Christian walk this message is for you. 10.7mb

 
Jesus Unplugged: The True Identity of Jesus (12 February 2012) Speaker: Lex Loizides
Drawing on the Gospel accounts, recent scholarship and personal testimony Lex makes a case for the true identity of Jesus Christ. 11.2mb

 
Jesus Unplugged: The King, the Call and the Cost (05 February 2012) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen begins our ‘Jesus unplugged’ series by looking at the true identity of Jesus and what it means to follow Him. Stephen shows how correct understanding of the cost of following Jesus should actually release us to wholeheartedly follow Him and not hinder us. 9.3mb

 
Vision: Vision for Life (29 January 2012) Speaker: Lex Loizides
In this message Lex outlines four keys that will help us pursue an inspiring, and achievable, vision for our lives. The message also includes an interview with Cape Town based artist, Alastair Whitton. 10.5mb

 
Vision: Vision for the City (22 January 2012) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen continues our vision series by helping us catch a vision for our city and cultural engagement. Stephen shows that as Christians we are either to remove ourselves from the city or to rather resemble the city by faithfully serving the city. Stephen interviews Murray Gibbon Headmaster of Claremont High as an example of a Christian helping to solve one the the major problems in the city he lives in. 12.4mb

 
Vision: Vision 2012 (15 January 2012) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen begins our vision series by unpacking Acts 9. Stephen shows how a clear biblical vision of Jesus changes everything. Stephen goes on to show how Jubilee’s vision is shaped and centred on Jesus. If you are in need of fresh vision in your life this message is not to be missed. 10.6mb

 
Promise: The Promise to Come (8 January 2012) Speaker: David Adams
In John 14:1-6, shortly before He was arrested and crucified, Jesus gave His followers a promise regarding the future. He promised that He would be preparing a place for them to be with Him in eternity; and He promised that He would return. This future is assured in Jesus alone, for Jesus alone is ‘the way and the truth and the life.’ 6.9mb

 
Facing 2012 (1 January 2012) Speaker: Doug Clothier
At the start of 2012 Doug considered how we should face the uncertainties of a New Year, and encouraged us to decide to place our trust in God, to spend time in God’s Word, and to stay connected to God’s family, the Church. These disciplines will provide foundations for our life. 8.7mb

2011 Sermons

Promise: A Promise for You (25 December 2011) Speaker: Lex Loizides
In this message, Lex gives us a new take on an old message. Nine people responded to give their lives to Christ after this message on Christmas Day 2011. 9.5mb

Promise: A Promise Revealed (18 December 2011) Speaker: Jeremy Hansen

Promise: A Promise Made (11 December 2011) Speaker: Lex Loizides
Paul Freud, the British artist and son of painter Lucian Freud, tells of how a miraculous healing of his arm has given him a fresh start as a painter. And Lex introduces the four part Promise Series by showing how, in a world that surrounds us with promises, following the Promise of God in Jesus Christ gives our lives true significance and satisfaction. 11.3mb

Thanksgiving Sunday: Psalm 100 – A Call to Thankfulness (04 December 2011) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen shares 7 key truths by looking at Psalm 100 that should inspire our hearts to rejoice in who God is and who we are in Him. 4.7mb

Newfrontiers Celebration: The Gospel Unchained (27 November 2011) Speaker: Mbonisi Malaba
Mbonisi shared how the Gospel is ‘unchained’ in that there is no one outside of it’s reach, he encouraged us to be intential in sharing the gospel. 10.2mb

The Baptism of Jesus (27 November 2011) Speaker: Mbonisi Malaba
Mbonisi spoke about the Baptism of Jesus and how relevant the words ‘This is my Son, whom I love; with him I am well pleased’ are for us today. He encouraged us to know who we are in Christ and how that effects the way that we live. 9.4mb

The Promise of New Life (20 November 2011) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
If you want to understand who Jesus is, what He came to do and what the heart of Christianity is, then this message is for you. Stephen unpacks John 3:1-18 and in this message Stephen looks at the intrigue of Christ, the impossible request Christ makes and three key paradigm shifts that are needed to embrace Christ and understand the gospel. 10.4mb

Building for the Next Generation (13 November 2011) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
In this message Stephen unpacks 1 Chronicles 29 showing five principles that should inform Christian giving. Stephen shows how Christian giving should be for God, founded on grace and is actually always an expression of God’s generosity towards us. 10.6mb

James: Living Like a Believer (06 November 2011) Speaker: Lex Loizides
The heart of the book of James is that we live like believers – in heart and in deed. After a lively reminder of James’ main points, Lex examines James’ claim that prayer really can change things and exhorts us to learn to pray. 10.2mb

The Faithfulness of God (30 October 2011) Speaker: Matthew Hosier
In this inspiring message, Matt Hosier describes God’s faithfulness to us personally and to the whole of creation through a particular promise he made with Noah. 12.0mb

James: God in all of Life (23 October 2011) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen continues our series in James by unpacking the wisdom James give us for when we are in trouble, when we are happy and when we are sick. This passage in James 5 will help prepare you for all of life. In this message Stephen also looks at the role faith plays in healing. 12.2mb

James: Patience in Suffering (16 October 2011) Speaker: David Adams
In our ‘instant’ world patience is a scarce commodity.  In the face of injustice, oppression and suffering, James urges believers patiently to persevere. Why? Because God is ultimately in control and Jesus will return to judge the wicked and deliver those whose faith is in Him. 10.3mb

James: Overcoming Deception (09 October 2011) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen continues our series in James by looking at two areas of disorder: the deception of self and the abuse of wealth. Stephen shows how ignoring God in our lives can lead to wrong assumption and wrong actions. Such disorder is characterised by self-absorption and abusing rather than stewarding the gifts God has given us. 11.7mb

James: Learning Humility (03 October 2011) Speaker: Lex Loizides
In a message that is both humourous and sobering, Lex encourages us to embrace humility as a key to living a peaceful and God-pleasing life. 10.7mb

Celebrate Diversity (25 September 2011) Speaker: Lex Loizides
Lex shares a vital message for churches in modern cities: The biblical argument for God’s desire to gather a people from different groups into ‘one new man’. 8.6mb

Remain in My Love (18 September 2011) Speaker: Wayne Noland
In this stand-alone message, Wayne takes us through John 15. He reminds us of God’s call to remain in His love and instructs us on how we can cultivate a life of abiding in Him. 11.9mb

James: Two Ways to Live (11 September 2011) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen unpacks James 3:13-18 by showing two ways to live that James presents to us in the passage. The first way is the way of wisdom and the second the way of disorder. Stephen shows us that it is only through surrender to Jesus that we can live in the way God intended us to. 9.3mb

James: The Power of Words (04 September 2011) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen continues our series in James by looking at the issue of our speech. Stephen looks at the disproportionate power of words and how words can hurt or heal. Stephen shows that none of us are perfect in the way we speak and how we all need the gospel to change. 9.7mb

James: Faith and Works (28 August 2011) Speaker: David Adams
The message of James 2:14-26 is that faith works – that genuine faith will be evident in how one lives one’s life. Faith without deeds is dead; it is useless. Consequently, faith cannot remain alone, without works. Faith is shown to be genuine in action. 10.0mb

James: Litmus Test (21 August 2011) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen continues our series in James by looking at the litmus test James provides for discerning the authenticity of our relationship with God. James looks at how we speak, how we relate to the poor and how relate to world as a means of helping us evaluate ourselves before God. If you are looking to be challenged this is just the message for you.

Interview with David Block
To download the interview from Sunday morning, please
click here. 12.0mb

James: Reality Check (14 August 2011) Speaker: Lex Loizides
Don’t just be hearers of God’s Word, but doers also. This is a message that is both serious and heart-warming. In the wake of UK riots, Lex urges us to maintain the strong cultural influence of the Church in South Africa, while we aim for consistency in applying God’s truth to our own hearts and lives.

James: Temptation and Anger (7 August 2011) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen continues our series in James by looking at the issue of temptation and anger. Stephen shows how temptation actually starts with our over-desire for things and how we can effectively deal with that. Stephen concludes by showing us how to correctly relate to and deal with anger in our life. 11.4mb

James: Wisdom for Life (31 Jul 2011) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen begins our new series in James by looking at the reality of trials in our lives. Working through the first twelve verses in James Stephen shows how Christians ought to respond to trials as well as highlighting the two major tests we are likely to face. Stephen concludes by showing how we can use the gospel to pass these two major tests. 11.9mb

Basic Training: Generosity and the Grace of Giving (24 Jul 2011) Speaker: Doug Clothier
In the final part of our Basic Training series Doug spoke about Generosity and the Grace of Giving. He looked at why we need to be generous, some principles of giving that Paul writes in 2 Corinthians 8 and 9, and then provided some practical steps towards us growing in the area of our giving and generosity. 12.8mb

Basic Training: Building Genuine Community (17 Jul 2011) Speaker: Jeremy Hansen
Jeremy Hansen preached on Building Genuine Community. All of us have a perspective of community, but Jesus has called us to be bridge builders, and has given us a mandate to build genuine community through being reconciled to one another. Will you take up the challenge to be a genuine community builder?

Basic Training: The Lord’s Supper (10 Jul 2011) Speaker: David Adams
When Jesus gathered with His disciples to celebrate the Passover meal on the night He was to be betrayed, He took two elements of that meal – the bread and the wine – and gave the instruction that His followers would regularly eat the bread and drink of the cup until His return. This celebration of the Lord’s Supper is all about remembering what Jesus has done for us on the Cross, proclaiming His mercy and sovereignty, participating in God’s unfolding story, and renewing our commitment. The Lord’s Supper is intended as a powerful means of grace for the believer. 10.3mb

Basic Training: Hospitality (03 Jul 2011) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen continues our ‘Basic Training’ series by looking at the issue of hospitality. Stephen looks at the pain and pleasure of hospitality as well as how the New Testament motivates us to a lifestyle of hospitality. 12.9mb

Basic Training: Life in the Spirit (26 Jun 2011) Speaker: Lex Loizides
Who is the Holy Spirit and what does He do? Lex looks at the person and power of the Holy Spirit and encourages us to be more open to His influence in our lives. 13.4mb

Affluence and Convenience (19 Jun 2011) Speaker: Michael Ramsden
Michael examines whether affluence delivers on its promises and whether Christianity provides a corrective or an easy way out. 12.0mb

Objects or Persons? (19 Jun 2011) Speaker: Michael Ramsden
How do we see people? In an era where we are encouraged to market ourselves, Michael Ramsden asks How both modern society and the Church views people. 12.4mb

Basic Training – Worship (12 Jun 2011) Speaker: Wesley Fredericks
In the 5th sermon in our Basic Training series, Wesley focuses on Worship. He touches on the true meaning of worship as well the reasons why we express worship to God through singing. There are also some practical tips for growing in worship.
Worship Together
To view the link Wes mentioned in his preach, please click here. 10.0mb

Basic Training – The Prayer Adventure (05 Jun 2011) Speaker: Lex Loizides
In this hilarious message, Lex encourages us to both delight in prayer while growing in the discipline of prayer.

Defining Deacons (29 May 2011) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen looks at the issue of local church leadership particularly focusing on the role of deacons. Stephen explains the function, requirements and effects of deacons. 9.3mb

Basic Training – Sabbath: Embracing the rhythm of rest (22 May 2011) Speaker: David Adams
Rest is an integral part of God’s design for us. The Sabbath provides a call to rest and to worship together, and is a helpful reminder that God is God and that I am not. As Jesus taught, the Sabbath was made for us, and not we for the Sabbath. Ultimately, our true Sabbath-rest is found only in Christ. 10.2mb

Basic Training – A Lamp to my Feet and a Light for my Path (15 May 2011) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen continues our “Basic Training” series by looking at the importance of the word of God in our lives. This message will help you understand the purpose and promise of Scripture while providing lots of practical ways to dig into Scripture.
Bible Resources
To view the list of bible resources mentioned by Stephen during this preach
please click here. 13.4mb

Basic Training – Ancient Paths to Encountering the Living God (8 May 2011) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn

Stephen begins our “Basic Training” series by calling us to stop, look and ask for God’s ancient paths. Stephen shows how this series will help all of us move to a place of greater reliance on God while avoiding the pitfall of legalism. 13mb

A New Day – How Jesus’ Resurrection Affects us Today (1 May 2011) Speaker: Wesley Fredericks
In this message Wesley looks at four practical implications of Jesus’ resurrection as it pertains to life and community.

A New Day – The Relevance of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ (24 Apr 2011) Speaker: Lex Loizides
What’s the big deal about the Resurrection of Jesus Christ? Don’t we all just go into the ground when we die?
Lex deals with the relevance of the resurrection to our lives today, and to eternity tomorrow!

Gospel in Life – Eternity: The World That is to Come (17 Apr 2011) Speaker: PJ Smyth
PJ Smyth concludes our ‘Gospel in Life’ series by looking at the reality of death. PJ shows how the gospel speaks into the issue of death and how for the Christian, death isn’t something to be feared but anticipated and prepared for.

Gospel in Life – Justice: A People For Others (10 Apr 2011) Speaker: David Adams
God has a heart of compassion for the poor, the oppressed, the needy. In catching us up in His mission, God therefore calls us both to proclaim the gospel and to be good neighbours – to be ‘a people for others’, as illustrated by Jesus in the parable of the Good Samaritan. Those who have received mercy from Him are to respond in extending mercy and seeking justice for others.
To download the Social Ministries booklet,
please click here. 10.4mb

Four Unlikely Evangelists (03 Apr 2011) Speaker: Wesley van Graan
Every believer is called to be a witness. Wes van Graan motivates us to become more evangelistic in our lifestyle, based on 2 Kings 6 and 7: ‘Four Unlikely Evangelists’. 12.5mb

Gospel in Life – Work: Cultivating the Garden (27 Mar 2011) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen continues our ‘Gospel in Life’ series by looking at the issue of work. Stephen shows how God created us to work, how work has been distorted and how through Christ and applying the gospel, work can be redeemed. If you want to apply the gospel to this critical area of your life this is a sermon not to be missed. 11.4mb

Signature of a Saviour – The Signature in History – Question and Answers time included (20 Mar 2011) Speaker: Tom Woodward
Tom Woodward concludes his four part series with a look at how archaeology has supported the historical accuracy of the Bible, how prophecy has been fulfilled in Jesus Christ and how the resurrection claims stand up to scrutiny. This is followed by a Q&A session which touches on subjects dealt in all four messages. 34.4mb

Signature of a Saviour – The Signature in the Fossil Record (20 Mar 2011) Speaker: Tom Woodward
What do the fossils tell us about life on earth? Do they support the theory of evolution by yielding an array of transitional forms or is there an embarrassing silence as the search for missing links continues? Prof. Tom Woodward continues his series. 12.2mb

Signature of a Saviour – The Signature in the Cell – Question and Answers time included (13 Mar 2011) Speaker: Tom Woodward
Professor Tom Woodward focuses on the enormous complexity of life in the single cell. As with the fine tuning of the Universe, so with the precise and staggering complexity of the cell, the argument for an intelligent designer does seem plausible. However, that position was put under pressure by some very specific and well chosen questions in the Q and A segment of the meeting. Enjoy!

Signature of a Saviour – The Signature and Science (13 Mar 2011) Speaker: Tom Woodward
Can the Universe tell us anything about God? Has Science replaced our need for ‘faith’? In this compelling message Professor Tom Woodward introduces his theme for the series, outlines the growing unrest amongst evolutionary scientists with Darwin’s theory and argues that the observable patterns of design in nature do logically suggest a designer. 13.2mb

Gospel in Life – Witness: An Alternate City (06 Mar 2011) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen continues our “Gospel in Life” series by showing how the gospel ought to lead us to a life of credible witness. Stephen uses the life of Jonah to show the various ways we can misuse the grace of God and become an inadequate witness for Christ. 10.8mb

Gospel in Life – Community: The Context for Change (27 Feb 2011) Speaker: Lex Loizides
Lex takes a humourous look at how the gospel is worked into our lives through our being joined together in the context of local church life. 8.4mb

Gospel in Life – Community: The Context for Change (27 Feb 2011) Speaker: Lex Loizides

Gospel in Life – Idolatry: The Sin Beneath the Sin (20 Feb 2011) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen continues our “Gospel in life” series by looking at the issue of idolatry. He shows us how idolatry is as much of an issue in Cape Town today as it is in India. In this message he shows us how to identify idols in our own lives and how to dismantle them with the gospel. 14.9mb

Gospel in Life – Heart: Three Ways to Live (13 Feb 2011) Speaker: Lex Loizides
We can often make the mistake of thinking that Christianity is nearly religious observance. In this message, Lex shows that there are in fact three ways to live: Irreligious, religious and Christian. This view informs both our justification and sanctification. 12.0mb

Gospel in Life – City: The World as we know it (06 Feb 2011) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen begins our new “Gospel in Life” series by showing the relevance of the gospel to the world around us. Stephen shows that it is only through embracing the whole gospel that we can relate to the world around us in the way we are meant to. Stephen uses the creation, fall, redemption and restoration paradigm to help us avoid distortions in the way we relate to the world around us. 11.1mb

Heroes – Run Jubilee Run (30 Jan 2011) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen concludes our Heroes series by looking at how we are to respond in light of these heroic acts of faith. Stephen shows us how keeping their example in sight and Christ’s work on our behalf we should be running wholeheartedly into all that God has for us. 8.1mb

Heroes – Abraham (23 Jan 2011) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen continues our series in Hebrews 11 by looking at the father of our faith, Abraham. Stephen shows us how Abraham helps us understand saving faith and continuing faith. God is after a growing faith relationship with us and Abraham’s life example, helps us toward that end. 10.4mb

Heroes – Joseph (16 Jan 2011) Speaker: Doug Clothier
We looked at the life of Joseph and the applications we can make to our worklives. Joseph had faith that God was active and involved in is work and this affected the way he did his work, and helped him to remain faithful to God both in the bad times and the good times. 11.2mb

Heroes – Rahab (09 Jan 2011) Speaker: David & Herma Adams
In Hebrews 11:31 Rahab is commended for putting her faith into action as she helped the Israelite spies to escape detection in the walled city of Jericho. Rahab’s faith in the Lord Almighty saw her raised from the ash heap of life to be seated among the princes of God’s people. Her life was woven into God’s eternal purposes, and her genuine faith remains an inspiration to all. 10.6mb

Heroes – Moses (02 Jan 2011) Speaker: Terry Virgo
Terry preached a message on faith, based on the life of Moses. He spoke about the benefit of Moses’ parents faith, & how their Godly attitudes & behaviour influenced his life & decisions. He learned to rely on faith to say no to the world & yes to God’s plan. Moses serves as an example to us of trusting that what God offers is far better than what the world offers us, how grace truly can enable us to say not to unrighteousness. 11.5mb

2010 Sermons

Christmas – When Grace Appeared (25 Dec 2010) Speaker: Lex Loizides
‘The grace of God has appeared that offers salvation to all people.’ (Titus 2:11) In this moving message, Lex shows how our desire for and need of grace is fully met in Jesus Christ. 8.5mb

Heroes – Noah (19 Dec 2010) Speaker: Wesley Fredericks
This week Wesley preached on Hebrews 11: 7, which focuses on the example of faith, set by Noah. In this message we learn that believing God and acting on what He says is essential to our growing in faith… 8.2mb

Heroes – The Priority of Faith in the Purposes of God (12 Dec 2010) Speaker: Lex Loizides
In this message, Lex considers the crucial importance of the exercise of faith in the life of the believer. After expounding the dramatic argument of the Book of Hebrews, we see how faith helps us keep life in perspective, and enables the believing community to accomplish what God has promised. 10.7mb

NEW – New Future (05 Dec 2010) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
In the final message in our ‘New’ series, Stephen looks at what will happen to us after we die. Stephen shows us how the Christian will experience both continuity and transformation in the future. Stephen concludes by showing us how these truths about our certain future should fortify, encourage and challenge us in the here and now. 10.2mb

NEW – New Mission (28 Nov 2010) Speaker: Lex Loizides
In this humourous but challenging message Lex Loizides argues that every follower of Jesus Christ is following Him in His Global Mission. God’s Mission is His Church’s Mission. Are you making decisions in keeping with God’s purpose for you while you remain in this world? 9mb

NEW – New Battle (21 Nov 2010) Speaker: David Adams (Contribution by Gillian Frame)
The Christian has an enemy and is involved in a battle. It’s a battle for the heart, fought on the battleground of the mind. As a Christian, therefore, it is of vital importance to know who you are in Christ and to access grace and strength for the battle from him. The battle is ultimately the Lord’s; consequently, defeat is not inevitable and lasting victory is obtainable. 12.4mb

NEW – New Family (14 Nov 2010) Speaker: Lex Loizides
Lex looks at the normative New Testament pattern of conversion and addition to the local church, and shares some thoughts relating to what has been called ‘the Emergent Church’. 10.3mb

NEW – New Creation (7 Nov 2010) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen begins our ‘New’ by showing us that the heart of Christianity isn’t turning over a new leaf nor teaching old dogs new tricks but something far more supernatural and significant than that. Christians are new creation and the implications are staggering. Get freshly reminded about all that God has done for you. 10.5mb

Thanksgiving Sunday (31 Oct 2010) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen points Jubilee to Jesus by thanking Him for specific evidences of grace in the life of the church over the last year in this special thanksgiving service. 10.1mb

Encountering Jesus – How has Christianity changed the world? (24 Oct 2010) Speaker: Lex Loizides
2000 years ago the world encountered Jesus. Lex asks what differences can be credited to Christ’s influence both in the Greco-Roman world and today? The research document with detailed references from this message is available here.

Take the Ancient Paths (17 Oct 2010) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
In this message Stephen addresses the graduating Students at Jubilee. He gives six key coordinates to help them navigate their future. This message will be helpful to any wanting to review their life and ensure they are on the right track. 5.4mb

You can have your Questions Answered (17 Oct 2010) Speaker: Michael Ramsden
Michael Ramsden (RZIM) speaks about how God responds to those who ask genuine questions. 10.5mb

Together on a Mission – Sunday Evening (10 Oct 2010) Speaker: Terry Virgo
The final message at Together on a Mission Cape Town 2010 – Terry finishes a short series of messages from Ephesians 6 to us about prayer.
He taught about the multi-faceted gift that prayer is to us, how we can relate to God in different ways for different circumstances and truly learn to “pray continually”. 15.2mb

Together on a Mission – Sunday Morning (10 Oct 2010) Speaker: Terry Virgo
Terry preached a message from 2 Kings 7, the story of the lepers discovering the spoils of the Aramean camp.
The Bible is full of stories, including this one, where God dramatically intervenes in impossible situations on behalf of his people. A challenge to consider what in our own lives is holding us back from living fully for God’s purposes, and how we can better align our agenda’s with Gods will.
A fantastic exhortation to expect God to intervene in our lives, and to submit our desires and needs to Him. Terry also encourages us to more fully and intentionally enjoy our freedom in God and delight in the treasures Jesus’ victory on the cross won for us. 13.8mb

Jesus, the Local Church, Leadership and World Mission (03 Oct 2010) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen looks at the Great Commission and shows us how it connects with us and the kind of churches Jesus wants us to build. This sermon will help you connect the dots between the local church and world mission. 10.4mb

Encountering Jesus – Jesus Encounters the Mistress (26 Sep 2010) Speaker: David Adams
When the scribes and Pharisees dragged before Jesus a woman caught in adultery, they certainly did not expect Him to respond as He did. In their desire to discredit Jesus, they thought they had trapped Him. But instead of making it all about the shamed woman, Jesus turned the spotlight instead on them. In what transpired we witness a telling encounter between the law and grace that has amazing implications for the Christian 9.5mb

Encountering Jesus – Encountering Jesus at a wedding (19 Sep 2010) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen unpacks Jesus’ first miracle by showing us that more is going on than meets the eye. Why did Jesus produce over 600 litres of wine? Why did He speak seemly harshly to his mother? Why did Jesus choose this event to launch his ministry? Listen and be freshly impacted by Jesus. 10.3mb

Encountering Jesus – Jesus – The Resurrection and the Life (12 Sep 2010) Speaker: Lex Loizides
Lex gives us a new take on a famous passage. How do we handle delay, disappointment and even loss when we know that Jesus could step in and bring the answer? And what might happen if our faith is focussed not only in the past or into the future but into a present-tense declaration that Jesus is the great ‘I am’? 11.9mb

Encountering Jesus – Jesus Encounters the Demonic (05 Sep 2010) Speaker: Lex Loizides
In this message we take a look at what could be considered the hardest case Jesus faced. Could He cure a man who is apparently in the grip of such evil that no-one could control him? And how could Jesus justify the death of so many animals? Is Jesus really ‘Lord’? 11.7mb

Encountering Jesus – A City Encounters Jesus (29 Aug 2010) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen unpacks Luke 18&19 and shows us how Jesus impacts a city. Stephen shows us the importance of cities and how Jesus goes about changing them. 12.1mb

Encountering Jesus – Jesus Encounters a Prostitute (22 Aug 2010) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen unpacks Luke 7, showing us that your standing before God may not be as good as you think it is and how we all need the gospel to be right with God. 12.5mb

Encountering Jesus – Jesus Encounters Vandals (15 Aug 2010) Speaker: Mbonisi Malaba
By looking at Mark 2:1-12, Mbonisi teaches us that although there are many things that are obvious needs for us, like the paralytic man needing to walk, for us it maybe a need for a car, a wife or even a new job. Mbonisi shows us that eventhough these maybe obvious needs they aren’t our primary need. Jesus knows what our primary need is and He offers to meet our deepest need for us. Click here to download the evening meeting’s message. 9.8mb

Encountering Jesus – Jesus Encounters a Good Guy (08 Aug 2010) Speaker: Lex Loizides
Most people consider themselves to be basically good. They’re not evil and hostile; they’re making their way in the world and trying to do the best they can. Here, we are invited into an evening conversation that Jesus had with someone just like that. There’s encouragement to seek evidence, a consideration of the reality of miracles, and an examination of Jesus’ central argument, on being ‘born again’. 12.7mb

Encountering Jesus – Encountering Jesus in a Storm (01 Aug 2010) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
In this message Stephen looks at the disciples first encounter of difficulty as a result of following Jesus. Stephen shows us how we are not to be surprised at storms in our lives and how we are to respond to them biblically. 12.6mb

Encountering Jesus – Encountering Jesus in Prayer (25 Jul 2010) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen begins our new series entitled “Encountering Jesus” by looking at Jesus and prayer. Through looking at Jesus’ practice of prayer, the parables he told encouraging prayer and the promises he made relating to prayer Stephen calls us to encounter Jesus in prayer. 9.0mb

Half-Time Team Talk – Playing to the final whistle (18 Jul 2010) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen finishes our half-time team talk series by inviting us to run for the prize. Stephen reminds us of the fleeting nature of the prizes of this world and then calls us to focus and train for the sake of our eternal prize. 10.9mb

Half-Time Team Talk – Overcoming Troubles and Trials (11 Jul 2010) Speaker: Lex Loizides
Jesus said that in this world we will have trouble, but that in Him we could have peace. In this inspirational message Lex examines how we can know such peace in the midst of a difficult and fallen world. 10.7mb

Half-Time Team Talk – Red Card (04 Jul 2010) Speaker: Wesley Fredericks
Money, sex and power are more prevalent and in our face today than ever before. In this sermon Wesley looks at how the bible gives us wise counsel on how to deal with money, sex and power and stop them from becoming idols in our lives. 13.8mb

Half-Time Team Talk – Play to your Strengths (27 Jun 2010) Speaker: David & Herma Adams
God has called us into His mission and He’s gifted each one differently with the intention that we should function well together as a community. We’re called to play to our strengths and to play to one another’s strengths. Consequently it’s helpful to be able to recognise such strengths in the context of the community of faith. 10.2mb

Half-Time Team Talk – Know your opposition (20 Jun 2010) Speaker: Jeremy Hansen
We do have an enemy who wants to attack us and draw us away from all that God has intended for our lives. How do you respond when you come up against pressure or crises? Jeremy starts the Half Time Team Talk Series by looking at the reality of the opposition we face and at the strategy God has given us to resist and overcome the enemy. 11.6mb

Jude – Confident (13 Jun 2010) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen concludes our series in Jude by looking at how we are to keep ourselves in the love of God. Stephen shows us what that practically involves and finishes with Jude’s glorious doxology. 10.8mb

Jude – Contend for the Faith (06 Jun 2010) Speaker: Lex Loizides
The New Testament writers urge us to speak up and defend the faith. In this message Lex looks at four areas around which the modern Christian needs to ‘contend’: That Christ is the Saviour, for lifestyle change in the believer, to contend against the New Atheism, and to contend for the supernatural in evangelism. 12.5mb

Jude – Called (30 May 2010) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen begins our new three part series in Jude by looking at the fact that as Christians we are called, loved and kept! 9.7mb

Christ our Life – Things to put on (23 May 2010) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen finishes the ‘Christ, our life’ series by looking at the call to put on Christian virtues. Stephen not only looks at what we are to put on but how we are to respond when we don’t get it right as Christians. 11.4mb

Christ our Life – Things to put off (16 May 2010) Speaker: John Hosier
Believers live their lives as a demonstration of who they are in Christ and Paul has already told us that we are raised with Christ. Therefore because of our new life in Christ we should put off sexual immorality, greed, wrong speech and bad attitudes. This is not legalism; it’s living up to who we are in Christ. 11.4mb

Christ our Life – Risen with Christ (09 May 2010) Speaker: John Hosier
How we think about ourselves will affect how we live. We are raised with Christ, seated with him in heavenly realms and also those who live with the hope of his return. While we have to live in all the challenges of real life Paul wants us to think up to all that we are in Christ. 9.9mb

Engage – Lost (02 May 2010) Speaker: Lex Loizides
Lex calls us to engage the city by looking at God’s heart for the lost in our city. 12.2mb

Engage – City (25 April 2010) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen calls us to engage the city by looking at God’s heart for the cities of the world as well as the strategic importance of cities. Stephen looks at how Christians have wrongly engaged with culture in the past and how we are to positively engage going forward. 10.9mb
Engage – City (Interviews) (25 April 2010)
Interviews from Stephen’s teaching on the City. 5.6mb

Engage – Work (18 April 2010) Speaker: Stephen van Rhyn
Stephen begins our new three part series entitled: ‘Engage’ by looking at the important issue of work. What should our attitude to work be? What is the true nature of work for a Christian? In what ways can we have a distorted view of work? Stephen seeks to answers all these questions in a compelling and biblically faithful way.