Archive for April, 2018

Pray 2 Proclaim in May

Monday, April 30th, 2018

Pray 2 Proclaim. In the month of May, the CNBC (our church convention) wants to challenge all churches and church plants to pray for two people we know personally who don’t know Jesus as their personal Lord and Saviour. Click on the Pray2Proclaim banner at cnbc.ca to go to the calendar webpage.

Apr 29, 2018 Bulletin

Sunday, April 29th, 2018

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Don’t wait, just W.A.I.T.

Sunday, April 29th, 2018

Message by Pastor Sam Wong

Text: 1 John 3:16-18

Over the last couple months I have been looking forward to today, much more so than tomorrow. And this is true. I’ve been so eager to partner up with Compassion Canada, to share with you what God has been doing amazingly in places where we don’t normally see or hear from the news or social media. And today Jeremy Vis, Compassion Canada representative is with us, and he will be speaking after my portion. Some of those places Compassion Canada and Compassion International is serving, is among the poorest in the world. Their suffering is the norm of life. The word compassion is the word the Apostle Matthew chose to describe the inner state of Jesus when he went through all the towns and villages. When Jesus saw the crowds, he had compassion on them because they were distressed, helpless like sheep without a shepherd. So today I hope this same word compassion, would also describe all of our inner states when we see those who are distressed and helpless.

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Apr 22, 2018 Bulletin

Sunday, April 22nd, 2018

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Jesus is Lord!

Sunday, April 22nd, 2018

Message by Pastor Gilbert Nigh

Text: Ephesians 1:15-23

John MacArthur years ago wrote this saying about an issue he wrote and said the gospel called to faith presupposes that sinners must repent of their sins and yield to Christ’s authority. The context of this statement he was talking about is a number of years ago there was something called the lordship controversy or lordship discussion. Those of you who have been around church for a few more years than others might remember this one. And the idea going for a while there there is teaching going around that said you could accept Jesus as your saviour, but he wouldn’t necessary have to be your lord. So it was almost like two decisions you make. You make the decision to accept Him as your saviour and then you can decide to accept Him as lord. And people responded to that said no you accept Jesus as saviour and lord is a better way to think about this. Not two separate decisions. You cannot say Jesus is my saviour but he is not lord of my life. That’s not really a valid statement. So there’s a number of people who wrote about this and John MacArthur was one. He wrote strongly against that idea.

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