Luke Brownley is beginning a series on Romans:
|Feb 5th||John 1:1-11||Introduction and Summary|
|Feb 12th||John 6||Things Jesus said: I am the Bread of Life|
|Feb 19th||John 8:12-20||Things Jesus said: I am the Light of the World|
|Feb 26th||John 10:1-31||Things Jesus said: I am the Sheep Gate & the Good Shepherd|
|Mar 5th||John 11:1-44||Things Jesus said: I am the Resurrection and the Life|
|Mar 12th||John 13:31-14:31||Things Jesus said: I am the Way, the Truth and the Life|
|Mar 19th||John 15:1-10||Things Jesus said: I am the True Vine|
|Mar 26th||John 12:12-19||Things Jesus did: Rode a Donkey|
|April 2nd||John 13:1-20||Things Jesus did: washed feet|
|April 9th||John 17||Things Jesus did: prayed|
|April 14th||John 18-19||Things Jesus did: Died on a Cross|
|April 16th||John 20||Things Jesus did: Rose from the Dead|
Term 2 2016
Old Testament overview series. The Old Testament is like a foundation or base. It tells us the things we need to know about God and about us. But the Old Testament is not enough on its own. It leads us to Jesus and the cross. So we will look at how the Old Testament points us to Jesus.
- May 1st – God’s Promises
- May 8th – God’s Rescue
- May 15th – God’s Rule and Blessing
- May 22nd – God’s Promised Land
- May 29th – God’s King
- June 5th – The Kingdom Splits
- June 12th – The Exile
- June 19th – The Prophets
- June 26th – The Return!
If you would like to listen to or read any of the sermons, please contact Pastor Luke Brownley.
Term 1 2016
During term 1 we will be looking at the second half of the book of Mark as we lead into Easter. Mark is the earliest of the 4 gospels. The theme of the second half of Mark is “Why did Jesus come?”
- Jan 31st – Mark 9:30-50
- Feb 7th – Mark 10:1-12
- Feb 14th – Mark 10:13-52
- Feb 21st – Mark 11:1-12:12
- Feb 28th – Mark 12:13-44
- Mar 6th – Mark 13:1-37
- Mar 13th – Mark 14:1-25
- Mar 20th – Mark 14:26-72
- Mar 25th – Mark 15 (Good Friday)
- Mar 27th – Mark 16:1-8 (Easter Sunday)
- April 3rd – Psalm 127
- April 10th – Col 2:6-23
- April 17th – Col 3:1-17
Term 4 2015
We begin term 4 looking at the book of Jonah. The prefect example of how not to be a prophet of God. We see God’s great mercy and grace despite rebellion. God brings revival to Nineveh and we pray that God might bring this same revival to Melbourne and the Hume area.
After Jonah we will had a one off sermon on discipleship. Matthew 28 shows that disciple-making should be the normal agenda and priority of every church and every Christian disciple.
We then will look at the beginning of the Gospel of Luke as we look forward to Christmas. Both John the Baptist and Jesus’ births are predicted before they are born. God’s plan of salvation is becoming clearer.
- November 15th – Jonah 3
- November 22nd – Jonah 4
- November 29th – Matthew 28
- December 6th – Luke 1:1-38
- December 13th – Luke 1:39-56
- December 20th – Luke 1:57-80
- December 25th (Christmas Day) – Luke 2:1-20
During January we will be study some selected Psalms.