Toxic Familiarity - Restoring Relationships 4

Charlie Kang

May 26, 2019 • 2 Corinthians 5:11-21, Mark 6:1-6, 1 Corinthians 2:11-12, John 17:1-23

Continuing 'Restoring Relationships' through the fourth sign of life - excretion of waste / by-products. Familiarity is a natural by-product of relationships, but it can lead to disconnection if our assumptions stop us getting close enough to talk / ask questions. Have we become so familiar with the Word of God that we are no longer moved by or even believe it?

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Charlie Kang • July 7, 2019

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The Recipe - Praying Together - Restoring Relationships 8

Charlie Kang • June 30, 2019

Ps Charlie brings fresh light to our vision sermon series from last year with this Recipe/Restoring Relationships mash-up, focusing on praying together. It's hard to pray when we don't get on with each other, but when we realise that we all have the same heart & purpose, to know & share the goodness of God through Christ Jesus, there's no opportunity for opinions to divide us.

God is Love. And He Never Changes - Restoring Relationships 7

Matt Russell • June 23, 2019

Where we're at in our relationship with God can make a big difference in the lives of people around us - we may be the closest thing to Jesus that people see - so where is Jesus positioned in your life? In this spin off episode of the Restoring Relationships series, Ps Matt takes us back to where our relationship with God began, then reminds us that God's plan to restore our relationship with Him was always Jesus.