June 9, 2019
How to Reach the Unreachable
As part of our special Easter service, Marcel Morneau shares a monologue recounting the events of the final week of Christ’s mission on earth from the point of view of John the apsotle. Hear how John might have interpreted these amazing events.
How can we be a part of what God is doing to transform our city? A look at the story of Jesus and the woman at the well shows that transformation begins with ordinary people willing to do supernatural things in every day life.
The need for new Christian communities in the province of Quebec is overwhelming. However, learning from the story of Jesus feeding the 5000, we recognize that with Jesus at the centre, anything is possible if we are willing to take a risk with him.
As a people on mission, we are reminded that we are to “bear witness” to what we have seen and heard and known of Jesus. The Spirit leads us to share this message in our neighbourhoods and spread it to the ends the the world.
[Acts 1:8; 2 Corinthians 5:17-20; Galatians 5:22-23]
God wants us to be ALL IN because that is when He sees our trust for Him. He sees our commitment to a life with Him, and so He wants to bless us and to give us life—not just normal life, but life to the fullest.
[Ezekiel 47; Revelation 22:1-5]
What do you do when you are locked up in prison for 775 days for something that you did not do? Listen in on Kevin’s story of patience and endurance. When we find ourselves in hopeless situations, we are reminded that God is always present, and He is always up to something good.