Sermons (Page 51)

God of This City – Part 2

What happens when a group of young Christians moves into neighbourhoods that are messy and have high crime rates, high poverty rates, and low standards of living?  Neighbourhoods like these have people who come from nations who have little access to the good news of Jesus Christ. Come this Sunday, to Innis Town Hall. and…

God of This City – Part 1

The nations of the world have been brought to the cities.  Toronto is the largest city in Canada, with over 5.7 million people living in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), and over 50% of the residents were born outside the country, making Toronto the world’s most ethnically diverse city.  God has brought the nations to…

Special Canada Day Message

Bert and Sheila Thomson will be with us this weekend to share a special Canada Day message. Bert, born and raised in Port Alberni on Vancouver Island, and Sheila from Kitchener, although being raised in different and distinct parts of our country both share a deep and common love for our land. The message will…

Forgiven – Part III: The Elder Brother

Did you ever take a sip of soda pop, thinking it was coca cola, but it turned out to be root beer? Or have you ever dipped your teaspoon into what you thought was sugar, but it turned out to be salt?  Do you remember the sensation when your taste buds were momentarily confused? You…

Forgiven – Part II: Prodigal Son

Have you ever noticed that brothers and sisters in the same family can have vastly different personalities? One can be studious, and another very social. One can do everything ‘by the book’ while the other likes to ‘live on the edge.’ One brother wants to settle down and start a family while the other prefers…

Forgiven

There is a fascination with superheroes, maybe because they have powers that give them superhuman abilities. Many comic book heroes get their special powers after being exposed to some kind of radiation, as happened with the Incredible Hulk and Spiderman. Whatever their origins, their ability to go above and beyond human limitations makes them unique…