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Doctrine: sermon series

Doctrine: what Christians believe and why it’s good The dictionary definition of Doctrine is: “A belief or set of beliefs held and taught by a Church, political party, or other group”. What do Christians believe – what are our “Doctrines”? When there’s so much disagreement about what is true among religious people, and even among people who call themselves Christians, what do Christians actually believe? And is what Christians believe good? Is it compelling, liveable, beautiful and better than what our culture says is right and good? Have a listen and find out as we unpack 10 massively important truths from the Bible in this series about Doctrine.

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New Sermon Series – Live Different image

1 Peter - live differently

1 Peter: Live Different Why do Christians try to live differently to the rest of the world? What does that look like? Starting Sunday the 3rd of May – we will be checking out what Peter wrote almost two thousand years ago to people just like us, to help them answer these very questions. We hope you check out the sermons during our Sunday gatherings and the follow up Q&A over the next ten weeks as we dig into God’s words to us. New Devotions A new series also means new devotional emails. To get the latest reading plan so that you can follow along – go to www.saltchurch.info/getdevotions Sermon recordings

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Sermon series: Luke 20-24 image

Luke 20 - 24

Over the past few years we’ve been working our way through Luke’s Gospel account of Jesus’ life. This February we’re working through the last 5 chapters which focus on the last week of Jesus’ life. The book of Luke is named after it’s author – Luke, who was a Doctor and investigated Jesus’ life, death and resurrection. He tells us why he wrote the book that bears his name: Many have undertaken to draw up an account of the things that have been fulfilled among us, just as they were handed down to us by those who from the first were eyewitnesses… with this in mind, since I myself have carefully investigated everything from the beginning, I too decided to ...

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Hebrews sermon series

Life is a journey. The destination: a wonderful city or a consuming fire… Hebrews is written to Christians in a life or death struggle to persevere. They have been saved by trusting in Jesus and are headed for heaven. But they are weak, tired and persecuted. They’re encouraged to press on to the end, to keep going so they might enter heaven and avoid the judgement that will come on God’s enemies. The prize is wonderful: a kingdom that cannot be shaken (12:28). The alternative is terrifying: falling into the hands of the living God (10:28). … So persevere, keep going, it’s worth it. Join us as we unpack Hebrews 10-13, to discover how you can be part of God’s ...

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Judges sermon series

Judges: Wicked People, Gracious God The News makes the world look like an awful place, full of murder, adultery & evil. The book of Judges makes the News look good. Judges plots the descent of Israel into a spiralling cycle of idolatry, sin & disregard for the God who rescued them from Egypt. Judges is dark, it’s uncomfortable, it’s humanity at its worst. But God’s light shines in the darkness & God’s grace is on display. ‘The Israelites did evil in the eyes of the Lord… The anger of the Lord burned against Israel… But when they cried out to the Lord, He raised up for them a deliverer…’ (Judges 3:7-9) Come along on Sunday as we see God’s gracious ...

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New sermon series: Luke 9-19 image

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Luke was a Doctor who investigated Jesus’ life, death and resurrection. He tells us why he wrote the book that bears his name: Many have undertaken to draw up an account of the things that have been fulfilled among us, just as they were handed down to us by those who from the first were eyewitnesses… with this in mind, since I myself have carefully investigated everything from the beginning, I too decided to write an orderly account… so that you may know the certainty of the things you have been taught. (Luke 1:1-4) As we work our way through chapters 9-19 of Luke’s book, come and check out the eyewitness evidence about Jesus and make up your mind for ...

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Wollongong is full of people who are drifting through life. Christians can be tempted to drift away from their dependence on God. What is our hope? It’s to hold firm to Jesus – the all glorious Lord Jesus, Son of God, who is better in every way. ‘Since we have… Jesus the Son of God, let us hold firmly to the faith we profess’ (Hebrews 4:14) Find out what it looks like to hold firm to Jesus in our new sermon series as we work through the letter to the Hebrews. Come along on Sunday as we see what it looks like to hold firm to Jesus. Listen to the recordings of the sermon here.

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Covenant Keeper – Joshua image

4000 years ago Israel moved into the land God had promised to them. 4000 years later that story radically changes us, because it shows us our covenant keeping God. Follow along as we walk our way through this book filled with battles and victory, fear and courage, disobedience and faith. So that you will be able to say what Joshua says at the end of the book and the end of his life: ‘You know with all your heart and soul that not one of all the good promises the Lord your God gave you has failed. Every promise has been fulfilled; not one has failed’ (Joshua 23:14) Come along on Sunday as we see meet the God who keep his promises! Listen ...

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Colossians sermon series

What is real in a confused world? In a world of confused religions and fake spirituality that promise ‘fullness’, Jesus is a breath of fresh air because he shows us what real spirituality looks like. Jesus shows up these ‘human commands and teachings’ which ‘have an appearance of wisdom’ but which ‘lack any value in restraining sensual indulgence’ (2:23). But so much more than that, Jesus rescues us from fake spirituality, from our sin and from Satan’s power, so we can actually find fullness and completeness and new life in him. Come along on Sunday as we see the goodness and glory of our God in Jesus Christ. Listen to the recordings of the sermon here.

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