In this weeks message from Nehemiah 1:1-11 (06.09.20), we gain a glimpse into the missionary spirit of Nehemiah who hears the bad news about his homeland and prays a prayer for God to use him for God’s work and purpose. Follow along with Daniel and learn how Nehemiah’s listening informed his action, but not without […]
Is it possible to worship what you do not know? Opening up Acts 8:26-40, Daniel examines the circumstance of an outsider and the purpose we as children of God to help guide others in the way of truth. Daniel helps us to understand the lesson in this story that apply to our own heart and […]
The importance of family is seen right from the very beginning of our Bible. Jesus was born into a family and He knew its blessings and joys, and yet things weren’t always easy for Him. Jesus knew all to well what it was to be at odds with his mum and brothers. Opening up Mark […]
In this concluding study to the series, Pastor Daniel opens up Genesis 50:15-21 and examines the encounter between Joseph and his brothers after the funeral of their dad, Jacob. Although Joseph had forgiven his brothers for their cruelty and evil, the brothers have difficulty believing it was true. Our feelings and thoughts can easily deceive […]
In the face of death, Jacob’s last words reveal much about what he believed, where his hope was placed and what happens after death. At a time when there is so much ambiguity regarding death and dying, Pastor Daniel examines the key indicators that God gives the elderly – as seen in Jacob’s circumstance in […]
Life was confusing and difficult for Jacob; some of it was a direct result of his own bad choices and some of it was on account of other people’s decisions that caused him pain and heartache. In the open verses of Genesis 47:1-12, Pastor Daniel examining Jacob’s conversation with Joseph and his testimony before the […]
Long lists of ancient names appear tedious to read and less than useful in today’s world. However, opening up Genesis 46:26-34, Pastor Daniel examines some of the different names in the family of Joseph – highlighting the fact that every name belonged to a person, and every person had a purpose in God’s plan.
In this Communion service message, Pastor Daniel opens up Mark’s Gospel to the feeding of the 5000. By investigating the curious detail of the “green grass” in Mark 6:30-44, Daniel traces the desire of God to use seemingly ordinary things for incredible, extraordinary purposes in the Kingdom of God.