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Strathfield Sermon Series - God's Big Picture

The Bible is a really big book. In fact, it’s more like a library since it contains 66 volumes. This can make it a little tricky to get your head around. And yet, there is one message that makes the whole book come together. Over the next nine weeks we are going to be looking at the “Big Picture” of the Bible. In particular, we’ll be looking at how the various cove...

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Concord Sermon Series - Nehemiah

Throughout September and October at Concord, we'll be looking at the book of Nehemiah. As Nehemiah leads the Jewish exiles to rebuild the wall of Jerusalem, God is at work over His people as He promised in His Word...

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Eastwood Sermon Series - 1 Peter

1 Peter speaks to our times in particularly poignant ways. The believers whom Peter wrote to were a minority persecuted for their faith, described as exiles and foreigners in this world. Peter reminds them that they are precious and chosen by God, who secured their inheritance in a heavenly country. ...

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Homebush Bay Sermon Series - Luke Part 2

'A man who was merely a man and said the sort of things Jesus said would not be a great moral teacher. He would either be a lunatic ...

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Rhodes Sermon Series - Genesis: Walking with God

The story of Genesis is about the story of God in the life of the early fathers of Judaism: Abram, Isaac, Jacob, and Joseph. Through these men, their families and the world in which they live, God is establishing the foundation to His story in human history....

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Eastwood Sermon Series - Power to Change

Jesus has power to make real and profound changes in our life. Not just superficial changes but changes that last for eternity. This short series on Jesus' power from the book of Mark is a great opportunity to invite family and friends ...

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Homebush Bay Sermon Series - Salt & Light

In a world where following political and social correctness, and not offending anyone is the norm, it becomes increasingly difficult to see what, if anything, Christianity offers to the world that's unique and distinct. And yet that's precisely what we're meant to recover as we hold the Gospel out to all people. In this mini-series, we'll look at the difference Christianit...

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Ride for Refugees 2019

This year on August 24, Cornerstone Cruisers will once again participate in Ride for Refugees, a cycling event aimed to help people and churches engage with and raise funds for refugees locally and overseas. ...

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Homebush Bay Sermon Series - Amos

It's never pleasant to talk about judgement. But do you know what would make the God of the universe roar like a lion? That's what the Book of Amos delivers to His people - a resounding message accusing them of their idolatry, hypocrisy, social injustice and apathy. Can you imagine what kind of world it would be like if these things are never brought into account? That's w...

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Homebush Bay Sermon Series - Redeeming Resources

Our world revolves around money and time. Our lives, our choices, and our life-styles are all driven by these two powerful resources. But what does following Jesus look like with our money and time? Come join us for a mini-series on Redeeming Resources. We meet on Sundays at Victoria Avenue Public School at 10am....

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