Let your yeah nahs be yeah nah and your nah yeahs be nah yeah. Maybe it's a good thing Paul wasn't Australian. Tim continues our series through 2 Corinthians looking at how Jesus makes all the promises of God "Yes".
Where do you find comfort? Netflix? A doona? Food and drink?
God is described as the God of All Comfort, in Paul's letter to the Corinthian church. Tim explores this idea of finding comfort in God, to begin our new series GOD: Through 2 Corinthians.
The smallest light can illuminate a whole room. With the darkness all around us, especially in the midst of COVID-19, it's important to remember the light of Jesus. His death and resurrection brings light into our world, and when the darkness seems its darkest, his light shines the brightest.
We're living in dark times. First responders, healthcare workers and others all face that darkness head-on, so others don't have to. In times like this, we need people willing to sacrifice their own comfort and safety to face the darkness on behalf of others.
The darkness in our world has been faced head-on by Jesus, being sent to die on the cross for the forgiveness of sins, so that we can live in the light of his resurrection.
Jesus' entry to Jerusalem a week before his death was not the triumphant royal parade many of his followers expected. He rode in, not on a war chariot, but a donkey. Many asked then, and continue to ask now - "Who is this man?". Julie explores who Jesus is and was this Palm Sunday.