Sermons by Heather Dunning
Portraits of Jesus – What do we learn about Jesus from how he spoke about himself. The “I Am” sayings in John’s Gospel give us a rich picture of who Jesus claimed to be.
The Gospel of Luke and Acts are a fascinating account of Jesus and those who witnessed his life. We are going to shine a spotlight on the meaning of “witness.” We will be strengthened as followers and as witnesses as we learn from these fascinating stories. Join us Sundays 10:00am Diamond Valley Baptist Church! There are Study Notes which you can use (or use in your Connect group).
Can you picture Luke sitting at his table, strewn with notes and scrolls, interviewing those who had walked with Jesus? Then he picks up his stylus and begins to write what we call “Luke” and “Acts”. Why is he writing? “So that you may know the certainty of the things you have been taught.” (Luke 1:4) The Gospel of Luke is a fascinating account of Jesus and those who witnessed his life. We are going to shine a spotlight on…
Each name of God in Scripture reveals something more about the character, personality, and nature of God. Meditating on these names will grow our relationship with the one who loves us more than we can ever imagine. Today is Good Friday! God is our Healer, not just in the sense of physical illness but in the deep sense of making us whole through what Jesus has done for us. This theme dovetails well with Good Friday when we remember the…
A service of reflection as we consider the year that was and the year that is to come.
Our hope does not lie in the circles of this sad earth, but in a God who breaks through with strong arms to comfort and rescue. Advent speaks of the first and second comings of Christ. We remember the Joy, the Hope, the Love and the Peace that Christmas brings. And then, as the New Year births in summer glory, comes Epiphany and we remember the Light that can lead us all the way to the Saviour of the world.
Develop the habit of spending at least one period per week listening quietly and intently to the voice of God’s Spirit