Jesus not only bridges the gap between us and God, but also the space in between us. Pastor Colin Blois encourages us to grow in our relationships with each other.
Although we can find it hard to continue growing, whether we hit hard times or feel that we’ve plateaued, we can always find ourselves fruitful if we remain planted in the garden. You don’t need to try harder, you don’t need to move continuously based on the height of the sun – just remain planted in Christ. To bear fruit, you just have to remain planted. Let your roots grown deep in the garden of Christ and you’ll grow in the garden!
God’s vision for your life is not some ethereal unattainable dream – You are God’s highest achievement of creation. See yourself how Jesus does, perfect in your creation, with a dream and a vision to outwork on the earth. God’s vision is perfect, it’s a vision of Heaven on Earth; a vision called You.
Sometimes the most dangerous thing we can do is step out of the boat, on the water and move into something new. Sometimes the most dangerous and difficult thing we can do is keep working, keep plowing, keep beating the wheat in our field, building the strength for our battle.
God Never Eats Alone [Part 2]. It can be tempting to think that in order for people to experience the joy we experience in our faith, we have to convince them logically that our position is the most logical conclusion. But joy isn’t found through logic, and faith isn’t built on it – it’s built on relationship! We need to invite people to share in our joy, to come on the journey with us – people need to be welcomed to the table with us; God never eats alone! As we step out dangerously to invite people into our lives, we’ll see them step into miracle territory!
God Never Eats Alone [Part 1]. It can be tempting to think that in order for people to experience the joy we experience in our faith, we have to convince them logically that our position is the most logical conclusion. But joy isn’t found through logic, and faith isn’t built on it – it’s built on relationship! We need to invite people to share in our joy, to come on the journey with us – people need to be welcomed to the table with us; God never eats alone! As we step out dangerously to invite people into our lives, we’ll see them step into miracle territory!
Life is not designed to be lived on the shores, safe in the boat, waiting for the miracle in a place of safety. If God is relationship we can find security in Him, but the essence of faith is risk. It’s time for us to stop living in safety, and step out into the dangerous territory where miracles exist. Danger is the essence of faith, it’s time to start living dangerously!
In the waiting and working for our miracle, we can often become distracted by the motion and miss the strength of the journey. We have faith in a good God who will provide for us – the miracle is sure, but while the passing in itself brings us joy, the greatest miracle is in that which we carry as a result of the trial, not simply the survival of it. Pick up your rock as God sees sure that you can cross the river – but don’t drop the rock!
Lead pastor Colin Blois rounds up the EGO series with another incredible message celebrating the Genius of You!
It was faith that brought David to the frontlines, but it was his ability, his strength, his competency that defeated Goliath. Tune in as Pastor Colin Blois encourages us to not only know God, but to also know the individual strengths and talents that God has given us.
Lead Pastor Colin Blois continues the EGO series, with another inspiring message looking at the Genius of YOU! The truth is that when you are facing your Goliath, you are the bigger person in the fight and you have what you need to win! Your strength and gifts are all you need to overcome whatever you are facing this week.
Lead Pastor Colin Blois introduces the EGO Series, based around the genius within – the giant within you is greater than the giants you face. If, as A.W. Tozer states, the most important thing about us is what comes to mind when we think about God, the second most important thing is what comes to mind when we think of ourselves.
We think it is our strength and through being strong that God can work in us, but the bible is filled with demonstrations of God using us in and through our weakness, not our strength! Because of your weakness God can move, your weakness allows Christ’s strength to enter – you’re stronger than you think you are!
Pastor Colin Blois encourages us to become captivated by the dreams that God has for us. You’re not a recipient of the dream, rather, God gave you to the dream so that it would be accomplished.
The Equinox is a moment in time, a moment we can watch pass by, or grab hold of and engage with. Christ came not for us to wait until we pass to Heaven, but that we would take hold of Heaven’s joy and riches now, that we would engage with Heaven while on Earth – we are Heaven’s parade.
Heaven isn’t a distant place far into the future, Heaven is here and now. In the first message of the Equinox series, Pastor Colin Blois inspires us to reach through the breach, and bring Heaven to Earth. Plunder Heaven to populate Earth.
Jesus preached “the Kingdom of Heaven has come near” throughout his ministry. What if Heaven is not an ethereal future hope – but a present reality that Jesus wanted us to experience right here, right now?
The Lord’s prayer is a snapshot of everything God has promised us, purposed for us, and provided for us in Jesus. There is no please in the Lord’s prayer, yet we all live with hesitancy in our spirits. Pastor Colin Blois encourages us to embrace the sonship that we have through Christ Jesus; we don’t have to twist God’s arm for Him to do good on our behalf!
Understanding how Jesus taught his disciples to pray is vital to us if we are going to learn the rhythm of a real relationship with Jesus. Join us as we look at the Lord’s prayer and how it can change how we approach God.
God loves the spirit of optimism and is drawn to environments of hope. Join us as we discover how Gods activity in our world is drawn to atmospheres of anticipation that he will do something great.
Lead Pastor Colin Blois kickstarts 2017 with a series setting the year in faith and hope. We may not see or have the solutions to issues which may present themselves to us, but with Jesus we still have every reason to hope!
Lead Pastor Colin Blois takes a moment in the run up to Christmas to delve into the book of John to bring a message of wisdom and comfort. Our names are engraved upon the hands of God.
Part of expanding our horizons involves realising what things are currently limiting our view. Sometimes in order to step into an expansive future we need to shift perspective. It’s time to set our horizons on the bigger city and get out of town.
In conclusion of the Horizons series, Lead Pastor Colin Blois brings a great word on the strength and the power of community. While David had upon him the anointing to be king, and had in his history the experience to defeat Goliath, he had Kingship in his destiny but no palace in his history. David needed Jonathan to enter into his destiny. We all need a Jonathan, and we are all someone’s Jonathan.
Lead Pastor Colin Blois brings the final instalment in the Horizons Series, with a faith-inspiring word based out of 1 Kings. Though we may see a drought and hear of a famine, we expect food and rain because we have seen the providence of God! Others may doubt the coming of the waters, but because we have seen the lightning, we can believe for the rain.
Lead Pastor Colin Blois brings an incredible message on First Fruits Sunday. It’s easy to think that the King is in the castle, that things are simply as they appear to be. Pastor Colin unpacks 1 Samuel 16, where as Samuel pours oil upon David he is filled with the Holy Spirit. The power is not in the position, but in the anointing. The King is not in the placement, the King is in the anointing; the King is in the cup.
Paul says that we are the aroma of Christ to God. In other words when the fragrance of your life rises into the nostrils of your heavenly Father, He smells Jesus. Or to put it more simply, you smell like Jesus. In fact when God smells your life you make Him think and feel as He does about Jesus. Why? Because you remind the Father of Jesus. You smell so good!
Lead Pastor Colin Blois continues the open house series, with an inspiring message on Faith. We can feel like we should have enough faith to get rid of the storms, but God lets the storm rage around us because he knows the faith will stir and stand within us. We encounter storms because we have a faith God wants to shout about.
Lead Pastor Colin Blois continues the Open House season of summer with an incredible message on the value of invitation and opening our homes.
Lead Pastor Colin Blois brings an encouraging word to transition us into the summer season, a summer of invitation, of friendship and family, a season of Open Houses!
Lead Pastor Colin Blois brings an inspirational word that the gospel is more horticultural than industrial – there is a gardener who cares for you, and is committed to your growth. The gardener does not overlook you but invests time into your best life. That gardener is Christ.
Lead Pastor Colin Blois brings a great message for Resurrection Sunday. Jesus did not come to enforce the law, nor did he come weak. Christ came in Grace, and with His life, His death, and His rising again, Love Won.
Lead Pastor Colin Blois continue the Faithcasts series with a message on the agenda of faith. We count and look to cities because they contain a high density of people – and the focus of our faith is people!
Lead Pastor Colin Blois returns to the ‘Faithcasts’ series about our future being based on our faith not our history. Faith is not about being sure that ‘I can’, but knowing that while ‘I cannot’, He can, He does and He will!
Lead Pastor Colin Blois kicks off the brand new series inspiring us to live lives of faith. A forecast is based on previous experiences, but a faithcast bases future expectations not on former patterns but on the person of Christ! When we step out in faith of who God is, He will always come good and work the miracle.
Lead Pastor Colin Blois brings an insightful message on Valentine’s Day about the essence and the excellence of relationship. God’s aim for our life is that we would make friends and find ourselves in real friendships.
Lead Pastor Colin Blois brings an exceptional message to finish the Prayer of Jabez series. God acts when we have prayed; sometimes our faithfulness looks like bringing the same request, sometimes faithfulness is leaving space for God to bring the ‘and then’ after our ‘Amen’!
Lead Pastor Colin Blois brings an incredible message as the third part of our Prayer & Fasting season – we have full access exactly as we are to come into God’s presence and speak to Him.
Lead Pastor Colin Blois launches our 21 days of prayer and fasting with a brand new preach series to begin 2016 with our focus on prayer and our eyes on Jesus. When we have seen what God has done, our prayers are not a plea, but a declaration into fruition of that which Christ has already won for us!
Lead Pastor Colin Blois brings an enlightening messaage as the second part of this series based out Paul’s letter to the church in Colossae. Preaching from Colossians 2 & 3, Ps Colin shares how we do not need to get into the good grace and favour of God by working with a religious spirit; you are already Christ’s favourite. Before any work, effort or striving you are already in the favour of Christ!
Lead Pastor Colin Blois starts this brand new bible study teaching series on the Book of Colossians with an insightful message based on the first Chapter. Paul’s letter to the church in Colossae gives wisdom and grace both powerful still today!
Lead Pastor Colin Blois concludes the Populous series of Heaven’s people on Earth, with an empowering message based on Jesus’ relationship with Mary, Martha and Lazarus. Once Christ calls us out of the grave, He isn’t finished! He wants to journey us to the table that we would establish and be established in community.
Lead Pastor Colin Blois kicks off the Populous series on Heaven’s People on Earth, with an incredible message from John 11. Jesus raises us to life, but we need to be in community with one another because He uses other people to outwork our miracle. Jesus uses the people in our lives to bring about the miraculous – Martha is not just a spectator to the miracle; don’t pass Martha!
Lead Pastor Colin Blois inspires on First Fruits Sunday with an exceptional message, diving into the heart of the House. As we build God’s house so He builds our homes; we want our church to be home to every one who enters the doors. This is your home; you are welcome here!
Lead Pastor Colin Blois brings a stirring message as we prepare for First Fruits Sunday at the end of September, all about the doubling God is waiting to give on the other side of our struggle. Struggles are not designed to highlight our brokenness but to indicate the blessing we have not yet attained which is on the other side. As we give the first of what we have it opens the floodgates of Heaven to pour out blessing upon us!
Lead Pastor Colin Blois brings a rallying message for us as we head into September and the ‘normality’ which that can feel like. As we go back into our world after the summer and return to normal, know that everything is different. What we routinely expect is what we have routinely experienced; we need to raise our expectation of what normalcy brings in order to raise our experience!
Lead Pastor Colin Blois brings an insightful word as the final instalment of the Weight Lifters series. We can often think the weight of our baggage will stop us from arriving at our destination, but actually our ticket tells us that God wants us there! Don’t be held back by the problems you think restrict you but be carried by grace and let your baggage be lifted by faith.
Lead Pastor Colin Blois brings an encouraging and hard-hitting message as part three of the Weight Lifters series. As much as we want to succeed and excel in life, we are released to be carefree because Jesus cares on our behalf – we do not need to be careful and caught up on measuring success by worldly victories when God cares FOR us, infinitely and relentlessly.