CHRISTMAS DAY: 9am at our usual location – 6 Spin Street, Cape Town. SUNDAY 30 DEC: No service. SUNDAY 6 JAN: First service of 2019 – 10am.
EXPLORE GOD Starts on Mon 25 Feb 2018 and runs for seven weeks. Register online at exploregodct.co.za — We all have questions. Exploration is at the core of the human condition. We’re made to be curious, and we’re made to connect in some way with the creator of all this. The question is: who is […]
Jesus teaches his followers to shine collectively as light, so that those who do not know God will see their good deeds and glorify God. Our good deeds as a church are a means of promoting the Gospel. The result of this will be that those who do not know God will come to worship him as the one and only true God.
We don't often like to talk about money in the church - and there are good reasons for that - yet a quick study of the New Testament will demonstrate that there is a vital connection between giving and the promotion of the gospel. Listen in as we explore that connection in the text and look at how giving is part of how we promote the gospel to a spiritually impoverished world.
In the second half of Matthew chapter 2 we encounter the part of the Christmas story that isn't usually included in the imagery used for Christmas cards and festive season wrapping paper. It's the tragic story of a wicked king who conspires to kill the baby Jesus by issuing a decree that sees a whole town's baby boys mercilessly murdered. Although it's a difficult story to read, it provides an important backdrop for understanding the truth of who this promised baby truly is, and what that means for the world to which he has come.