Faith in Christ means we go through life no longer ‘in the cave’ like Jesus body was – we no longer have to live in darkness and gloom wondering where the light has gone. Jesus death and resurrection means that we are post-Easter people – and at East Mains Baptist church this Easter Sunday we…
A study of two great New Testament words which give insight into what Christ accomplished for us at the cross. 1) Exaleiphen (Wiped away our sin) and 2) Soteria (salvation).
A Palm Sunday message on the theme of Worship looking at Mary anointing Jesus in John 12. There we see that Worship is 1) Extravagant 2) Relational 3) Provocative 4) Requires Brokenness 5) Life Changing.
Jesus changes every area of our lives for the better! Ephesians 5:21 – 6:9 reveals the radical change Jesus makes to our relationships in Marriage, Family Life and the Workplace.
In Mark 15 God gives us insight into some of the wonder of the cross. In this message we explore three facts about the cross: 1. God is Angry 2. Jesus made Atonement 3. We are Accepted. Note: We are very sorry but due to a technical fault we were unable to record the audio…
Following on from last week, God’s love, grace and forgiveness through Jesus Christ continues to call us to a response. This week in Ephesians 4 and 5 we hear through God’s word about our “lifestyle” response. God is looking to shape our lives to be people of love, light, wisdom and Spirit filled.
Jesus said…”Here on earth you will have many trials and sorrows. But take heart, because I have overcome the world” (John 16:33). In the story of Hezekiah recorded in 2 Kings 19 we see the reality of trials and sorrows being overcome by the power of God through prayer.
Unity should be a defining mark of the Church, but how do we keep the unity Jesus has achieved for us? In Ephesians 4 we learn that unity is both our response to Jesus love and our reflection of Jesus love. It is a unity kept through character, truth, diversity and spiritual growth.
A message on Genesis 41 about the power and importance of patience. “Patient endurance is what you need now, so that you will continue to do God’s will. Then you will receive all that he has promised.” (Hebrews 10:36).
A sermon about unleashing the power of God through prayer focussing on the great declaration in Ephesians 3:20-21 “20 Now all glory to God, who is able, through his mighty power at work within us, to accomplish infinitely more than we might ask or think. 21 Glory to him in the church and in Christ…