Sermons

You Must Hate Your Family - Say What? - Kris Gilbert 2019

You Must Hate Your Family - Say What? - Kris Gilbert 2019

“Everything about following Jesus is countercultural and extreme

... if you’re not seen as a little bit weird for following Jesus, you’re probably not doing it right”

- Kris Gilbert


18 August: Psalm 51 - FORGIVENESS - Kris Gilbert

18 August: Psalm 51 - FORGIVENESS - Kris Gilbert

“Seeing yourself for who you really are is a necessary part of a life of faith, but it is not the way that God sees you. God sees Christ’s finished work on your behalf”
- Kris Gilbert

11 August: PSALM 121 - Rescue - Kris Gilbert

11 August: PSALM 121 - Rescue - Kris Gilbert

“God’s tireless love and pursuit of you is stronger than your restless heart. Will you let yourself be pursued and loved? That’s really the question... because if we allow ourselves those things, we will see how wonderful they are - because when we see God’s pursuing love for us, we will see how far we miss the mark [but also] how amazing that He would leave the 99 and chase the one”
- Kris Gilbert

Rights, Conscience + Freedom 2019 - Kris Gilbert

Rights, Conscience + Freedom 2019 - Kris Gilbert

“Just because I can doesn’t mean I should” - It's a counter-intuitive idea in a world that says "do what makes you feel good". Kris explores how we balance our freedom with the need to first prioritise those around us.

Liar, Lunatic, or Lord 2019 - Kris Gilbert

Liar, Lunatic, or Lord 2019 - Kris Gilbert

Jesus has asked each of us "who do you say that I am?" - this is the basis for our Easter Sunday Message from Kris Gilbert [Sunday Morning Pastor at Massey Community Church.] Kris delves into a well-known CS Lewis quote, which prompts us to examine who we believe Jesus to be. Was he a liar? A lunatic? Or is He really Lord? And if He is Lord, then what?

All the Places to Go 2019 - Kris Gilbert

All the Places to Go 2019 - Kris Gilbert

Kris brings us the 5th message in our "All the Places to Go" series. This week we explore what happens when there are doors that we don't want to go through. What is God's response? What is ours?