The Book of Jonah is about far more than just a man and a whale. Jonah is the story of God’s incredible love and pursuit of people. First, pursuing Jonah the runaway, reluctant missionary. And then, pursuing the City of
Money Matters to each of us, and money matters to God. Jesus spoke often in the Bible about money, because he knew how connected our hearts and our worship are with our money. In this series, we want to grow
The Church has often done terribly when speaking about, of speaking to people who are apart of the LGBTQ Community. But how would Jesus respond to them, and what would he have to say? In this sermon you’ll hear Brad
Reading the book of Ephesians feels like reading a letter from Paul the Apostle to our Church in Durban, today. Ephesians covers how the Gospel impacts our Identity, Reconciliation between different races and groups of people, spirituality, marriage, family, work
Sex and Sexuality are huge parts of our lives, and huge parts of our discipleship to Jesus. But often the Church hasn’t handled this topic well, or hasn’t spoken about it at all. In this sermon you’ll hear two stories
The Church Jesus is building is a community characterised by life in the Spirit. In this series we’re exploring the breadth of all that the Bible teaches us about who the Spirit is, and what the Spirit does; and what
Knowing God is at the center of our Faith, and something we are pursuing as a Church. In this series we are going to be exploring how to know Jesus, and the practical ways that we can build and cultivate our relationship with Him.
Life Groups exist to Build Community and Make Disciples in Harbour City. And these groups are so key in helping us to grow in our personal relationship with Jesus, and our personal relationships with the community of the Church. This
Sermons from the year of 2018 not falling under a specific series.
In Hidden Messages, we are spending five weeks, looking at the five one chater long books of the Bible, which are often overlooked probably because they are so short. Obadiah, Philemon, 2 John, 3 John, and Jude. Five weeks looking