The Kingdom of God came through the anointing of the Spirit on Jesus, giving Him authority to announce and demonstrate the rule and reign of God. He then delegated this authority to his disciples and at Pentacost anointed them with power to continue his ministry. This delegated authority now rests on the church. However, lack…
Directly from Derek’s desk: I am currently engaged in a project, with several Vineyard theologians from the US, UK, Europe and RSA, to review the doctrine of the atonement. There is a positive and a negative reason for this. • The negative reason is that, over the last few decades, there are growing voices challenging…
Dr. Derek Morphew maintains that we are currently living through a major development in theology – what he calls ‘The Kingdom Reformation.’ Whilst pastors and leaders are inspired by more recent developments, many still have questions (as well as struggles) around some of the more popular expressions. Often in the more demonstrable areas of ministry…
Join us this Sunday as Themba shares some valuable insights with us.
Previously I shared on Jesus’s call to discipleship – to follow Him. But what does this look like, what does it entail? Whilst sticking with the theme, and the gospels, this Sunday we will bounce back to John’s gospel to look at what Jesus says there about following Him.
After a week of full of protests against gender based violence and xenophobia, Wayne unpacks how to just listen to the brokenness behind the rage and desperation.
This week Wayne shares from Luke 5:27 where Jesus calls us to follow Him. Being part of team Jesus not only requires us to follow, but also to serve.
Following on from last week’s message on devotion, Wayne will consider how our call to intimacy with Jesus leads to fruitfulness in our lives.
Such loaded words – perhaps a heartfelt act or just an empty cliche’. Join us this Sunday as Wayne shares some personal reflections on a timeless topic – our devotion to Jesus.
As part of our reflections on Luke we’ll look at how Jesus called individuals to follow Him. This Sunday we will explore how we are called to follow Him and the implications that has on our lives.