Sermons by “Chris Johnson”

Back to the Future

Chris applies the Apostle Paul’s warnings from Israel’s history to our lives and reminds us that we can not endure temptation without Christ.

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Whatever it takes

Chris helps us to identify God’s purpose for our church and challenges us to do whatever it takes to fulfil our calling.

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The Love of Knowledge or the Knowledge of Love

Chris continues the series of 1 Corinthians in Chapter 8, drawing parallels between our situation today and the culture of the day in which the early church found itself. He reiterates Paul’s conclusion that what matters is not our often inadequate and incomplete knowledge of God, but that God knows and loves us.

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Harvest – Glorifying God and Giving Thanks

Rev Chris Johnson examines the essential role of thanksgiving in the Christian’s life.

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Revelation

Chris teaches from the book of Revelation which gives us spiritual insight into the various encounters with the risen Jesus that occur in the last days. That is in the time between Jesus ascension and His return. This book gives a glimpse of earthly events from a heavenly perspective and encourages us to be overcomers.

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Mary and Martha

Chris examines Mary and Martha’s encounters with Jesus.

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Healed by Jesus

Chris highlights the nature of the encounter of those Jesus healed. One might have thought that a healing encounter with Jesus might inevitably lead to the healed person following Jesus as Lord. But through the healings recorded in the gospels we discover that is far from certain.

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John the Baptist

In this message Chris explores the way in which John the Baptist’s view of Jesus was transformed.

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Our own Q & A

At the end of our series on 1 Corinthians, Chris summarises the studies so far and answers questions from the congregation.

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Paul’s Q & A

Chris continues the series in 1 Corinthians 7, as Paul addresses specific questions and situations of the Corinthians.

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