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Acts

Acts of the Holy Spirit

The power to transform

June 17, 2018 • Michael Hands

On Sunday, Mike invited us to experience the power of the transforming work of God. "We need to ask ourselves if we are experiencing the transforming work of God. Because it doesn't make sense to the world when people say they're following Jesus and nothing about their life changes. When people encounter Jesus, it's like a stick encountering the fire. They can never be left the same again."

The power to unify

June 10, 2018 • Stu Cameron

A message from Stu Cameron on the power of God to unify his church, particulary in those moments where difference threatens division.

The power of evangelism

June 3, 2018 • Jon Morris

Jon Morris shares on the power of evangelism. The greatest single cause of atheism in the world today is Christians who acknowledge Jesus with their lips and walk out the door and deny Him by their lifestyle. That is what an unbelieving world simply finds unbelievable. The more time we spend with God, the more we become like Him. The more we become like Him, the more we see God working in our lives. The more we see God working in our lives, the more others see it too.

The power to see miracles

May 27, 2018 • Michael Hands

Mike Hands preached a fantastic sermon on the power to see miracles. "You can't be a Christian unless you believe in miracles, because the only way you became a Christian was by the greatest miracle of all."

How did you get here?

May 20, 2018 • Stu Cameron

Stu Cameron preached at our 24th Anniversary service at Newlife Uniting Robina. He spoke from Acts and the story of sending out Paul & Barnabas. After which, he announced that we will be sending out Mike & Sarah Hands to lead Newlife Brisbane.

Why do we gather on Sundays?

May 13, 2018 • Michael Hands

Michael Hands asks the question "Why do we gather on Sundays". Is it the free coffee, the free daycare, the music, the motivating message? What separates us as Christians from other similar gatherings across the world?

Colony of Heaven in a Country of Death

May 6, 2018 • Stu Cameron

Stu Cameron shares on how we as the church are called to be a colony of heaven in a country of death. The Holy Spirit is not poured out on His church so that we can get spiritual goose-bumps the tenth time we sing 'Shout to the Lord'. But, we will be blessed as and when we proclaim and lift up the name of Jesus.