‘The Story of the Church’ is an experiential learning opportunity that will take the form of a walking tour through the CBD of Cape Town on Heritage Day. Sites of injustice and oppression, as well as places of historic events in the struggle for liberation and equality will be visited and discussed. Special attention will […]
29 July – 19 August 2018. Sunday evenings. 6 Spin Street, Cape Town. Drinks and snacks from 6PM. The service starts at 6:30pm and will consist of a short time of music and a 30-minute sermon, followed by a time of Q&A where you can ask anything you want related to the topics discussed. — […]
In this passage Jesus makes the claim that he is the light of the world and that only by following him can we know the light of life, or conversely, that by not following him we are lost in darkness. Jesus's claim about himself has very real and unavoidable implications for those who hear it. "Who does Jesus think he is to put us in such a position?" we might instinctively ask in defence. Well, that's precisely the point of this sermons series - who does Jesus think he is? And if his claims are true, what are the implications for us who hear them. In this passage we consider Christ's claim and his call, and discover how this is in fact good news for all who will hear and believe.
Many people sense a deep hunger within themselves, a hunger for healing, wholeness and contentment. It's often hard to articulate what exactly this hunger is. In John 6 Jesus speaks to this issue by declaring himself to be the Bread of Life. In this sermon we explore his statement within the context of our own desires to feel completely satisfied and content with our lot in life. Listen in and here how faith in Christ might "feed" you in ways you never imagined.
We begin a new series looking at the true identity of Jesus by considering his "I am" statements. We start by looking at the most famous "I am" statement: "I am the way, the truth, and the life." What does Jesus mean when he says that? For many people this saying pertains only to personal salvation, but it seems, from the context, that Jesus doesn't just want to save his hearers, he wants to completely transform the way they view the world and the way they live their lives. Listen in as we explore this famous saying together.