Reviving God’s People

Text: 2 Kings 18-20; 2 Chronicles 29-31 – Many Christians experience a period of spiritual “dryness” in their lives and need to undergo personal revival. This can be true for churches as well. In this message, Pastor Win uses the life of King Hezekiah and his reforms in the nation of Judah to highlight some […]

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A Grand Annoucement

Text: Luke 2: 8-15 – On this Fourth Sunday of Advent, Pastor Win takes a closer look at the angel’s announcement to the shepherds about the birth of our Saviour. It reminds us that Christmas is a time to celebrate the joy, peace, hope and salvation offered to all who have put their faith and […]

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This Is Your Wake Up Call

Text: Romans 13:11-14 – We live in a time the Bible calls the “last days” when believers eagerly await the return of our Lord Jesus. But while we wait, the Bible calls us to be busy serving God and building his kingdom. Unfortunately, followers of Christ can get distracted from and even complacent about being […]

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Making the Best Use of Our Time

Text: Ephesians 5:15-21 – Time is a valuable commodity, especially in a day when are so busy, we never seem to have enough of it. But are we using our time wisely? In this message, Pastor Win unpacks this text to show that Paul is also concerned about how believers are using their time. He […]

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Created for Great Things

Text: Ephesians 2:10 – Most Christians understand that there is nothing we can do to earn our way into heaven. Ephesians 2:8,9 clearly teaches us that salvation is by God’s grace, through faith, and that it is not by works — the things we do. Yet, the very next verse tells us that God actually […]

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What Does God Want From You?

Text: Micah 1:1-8; 6:1-8 – What does God really want from me? That’s a question many Christians ask as we are constantly seeking God’s will for our lives. God clearly answers this question through the prophet Micah. In a culture where corruption, deception, extortion, greed, immorality and superficial religious observation had become the norm, Micah calls […]

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The Expectation of Christmas

Text:  Matthew 1:18-25 – On this First Sunday of Advent we lit the Prophesy Candle marking the official beginning of our Christmas season.  Christmas is a time of great expectation. The nation of Israel also had great expectations around the time of Christ’s birth as they eagerly waited for their promised Messiah to deliver them […]

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Celebrating Our Identity In Christ

Text: Ephesians 1:3-14 – With all our modern technological advances, identity theft has become much more of a risk to the average person. Christians can also be guilty of “identity theft” when we fail to understand and appreciate the rich blessings we have when we receive our “new identity” as a child of God. The Apostle […]

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Leaving a Family Legacy

Text: Exodus 2:1-10 – On this special AWANA Sunday, Pastor Win uses the example of Moses’ parents, Amram and Jochebed to remind parents that they have a tremendous responsibility in raising their children. Amram & Jochebed demonstrated that parenting involves courage to uphold God’s truth, living by faith and teaching our children what that looks like, […]

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Time for a Regime Change

Text: Luke 19:28-48 – When Jesus rode into Jerusalem on a donkey that first Palm Sunday, the Jewish people had great expectations for him. They had truly hoped that he was the promised King the prophet Zachariah had foretold would come to bring salvation – freedom from oppression. Unfortunately, while they were looking for a […]

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