It’s time to build! Nehemiah lists those who had partnership and ownership in the accomplishment. Pastor Andrew works through how, even with opposition and ministry needs, Nehemiah kept God first, and as a result, the walls were completed!
Nehemiah, after being burdened by the destruction of Jerusalm’s walls, started to make plans to make a difference. Pastor Andrew works through how Nehemiah made a timeline, took action, and stood on God’s authority.
There are problems all around us, and problem solving is the only way we can work through them. Pastor Andrew starts a series on Nehemiah by first working through Nehemiah 1 – Nehemiah defines the problem, is burdened to do something about it, and with God at the centre, prayed about how to fix it!
Throughout life, we all go through struggles. When we do, we can have confidence in God’s strength and provision in our lives. Pastor Andrew works through King David’s situation with his son and how he responds in Psalm 3. In life’s CHALLENGES, have CONFIDENCE in God’s CONTINUING CARE.
New years resolutions are a part of every new year. Pastor Andrew works through how Paul wrote about running the race of our Christian lives in such a way that we are able win. One of the ways we can do that is to take Andy Stanley’s approach of setting “be” goals and “do” goals.
Our God is a sending God who is calling us to himself. This is third and final part of our series on the Trinity.
Part 2 of this series on the Trinity explores how our relational God has created us in His relational being to be relational people. Because we are created in His relational image, we can learn so much by exploring the relational aspects of the Trinity – how God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit interact with each other.
Our God is a relational God who desires to be a part of our lives and calls us to be obedient to Him. Will we choose to abide in Him and embrace Him as he abides in us, or will we choose to remove ourselves from what God is trying to do among us? Pastor Andrew Ball, a 4th year Bible college student at Tyndale University in Toronto, ON walks us through John 15.
The Trinity is one of the hardest theological concepts to understand. Part 1 of this series helps establish how there is one God who is eternally existent in three persons: God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit.
We all pray. We all ask God to heal us, help us through something, or simply ask for his support in life. Guest speaker Jedrin Ngungu, a board member of Bethel, is bringing us through how we need to have persistent faith, and how God will stop and listen to us.