Pastor Mark talks about the history of the bible church. Starting from the day of Pentacost when people first received the gift of the Holy Spirit, up until now, where people still receive the Holy Spirit and experience the same signs and wonders. Watch it now on YouTube here.
Pastor Mark looks at what the bible has to say about ‘honour’. When we are spirit-filled we become people of honour. God has honoured us with his Holy Ghost… we are valued and precious in his sight. Watch it now on YouTube here.
A very comprehensive talk on sin – why we sin (even when we don’t want to), and what to do when we do sin. Given by a young P Dan Sunderland at our National Youngies Camp in 2006 when the theme was ‘Enjoying your salvation’
To be able to claim ‘It is well with my soul’ even when really tough things are happening, takes deep conviction, understanding and hope.
Given by P Pete Moore at our National Youngies Camp in 2006 when the theme was ‘Enjoying your salvation’. It’s hard to enjoy your salvation when you still feel trapped by your sin. But like Legion – a man filled with many demons, release is not just possible, it’s promised.
Christ taught us how to pray a powerful prayer in ‘The Lord’s Prayer’. We aren’t to pray this prayer repetitively, but we when we use it as a guide, great things happen…
Talks and testimonies from the 2017-18 ACT/NSW Christmas camp held at Waterslea near Nowra, NSW.
First in a series of four talks on The Tabernacle presented at Southside Revival Fellowship. In this talk, Pr Bob provides an overview of The Tabernacle and how it applies to our walk in Christ.
Second talk in the series on The Tabernacle presented at Southside Revival Fellowship. In this talk, Pr Mike goes into the meaning of the Altar of Sacrifice and the Mercy Seat for us.
This final talk in a series on the Tabernacle discusses the Ark of the Covenant and helps us appreciate how fortunate we are to have been granted free access into God’s presence through the gift of the Holy Spirit.
The third in the series on The Tabernacle, about the materials which The Tabernacle was made from, and how we can relate this to our own relationship with God.
Malachi’s reproof to the people of his time is just as relevant to us today.