The Letter from Paul to the Church in Ephesus reflects through the importance of being a people firmly rooted in our identity in Christ, and the implications this has on how the Church is built. Join us over the next 12 weeks as we go through this book chapter by chapter, word by word, and apply the knowledge and wisdom of God to our lives as invidivuals and as a community.
At RED POINT Church, we value Life Groups.
For two weeks, we explored this important part of our communities. Over this time, Francois expands on a biblical teaching of the importance of community and highlights why you should be part of a life group at RED POINT Church!
In this series, Salt & Light, Wally Gerstmeier takes us on a journey of understanding the Beauty and Glory of the Gospel, and ways in which our literacy in the Gospel can help us in sharing our personal testimony of what Jesus has done for us. We may not all be evangelists, but we are all called to share the Good News of Jesus to all - Whether it be in the Church, our Workplaces, our Families or our Schools.
From cover to cover, from page to page, the Bible lists comeback story after comeback story. God's incredible grace and redemption through Jesus has saved people and used them for extraordinary works to further make a difference to this world, and He's not finished. God still does this today, and REDEMPTION STORIES are times together where we can listen to these personal stories from people, give glory to God for what He has done and see other people ministered to as testimony is shared.
In this series, we go on a journey seeking out the call that God has placed on RED POINT Church and to solidify our Vision for the years ahead - What are we called to? What do we value? And what is the Call God has placed on our lives as individuals in the body of the Church?
We all want to live a life of meaning and purpose; a life that is highlighted in our obituaries the day we pass on. However, with the values of the world increasingly putting pressure on us to live a life of 'worth' and 'value' as the world would define it, we lose focus on how to live a truly extraordinary life. In this series, we will be going through the Bible to read God's word on what living an extraordinary life truly looks like.
Sermons from the year of 2017 not falling under a specific series.
In this season of ADVENT, we will be going through four Sundays of looking at different parts of the Christmas Story. Come and join us on these four Sundays leading up to Christmas day, where we will be ending on the 25th with a great Christmas service.
Advent - Gloriously Ordinary
Over the next 25 Days, we will be delving into the Christmas story with a daily ADVENT podcast. On this page, you will find 5 to 6 minute discussion clips which will present and explore some of the big topics surrounding Christmas and Jesus, and give you the opportunity to follow along with us over the 25 days leading up to Christmas.
iTunes Podcast: https://goo.gl/z4GsiL
For Android, please download the app 'Podcast & Radio Addict' from the play store and then click on this link: https://goo.gl/VkcDML
In this series, we will be going through the subject of a Character - An attribute which begs us to ask the question: Who am I?
Our Character is defined by ourselves being shaped to the Christian Ethic, or rather the Identity of Christ. How we live and outwork our Character is very important, not because it’s the ‘right thing to do,’ but rather because it displays Christ in us to the World and marks us distinctly as sons and daughters of God. As we go through this series, we will be drawing on case studies from the likes of David & Saul, and searching out the implications of defining our Character through Christ.
We recently had Chris Wienand with us, speaking at our Deacons Meeting & Together Sunday. We had a brilliant time with him, with rich teaching out of the scriptures.
When a Church is sickly, it slows down, it becomes ineffective, slow, and we all seem to end up as spectators in God's amazing story. When our Souls are healthy, we're no longer spectators, but active, multiplying & energetic Sons & Daughters living out God's missional story in our everyday lives.
We were privileged to have John Mark Comer join us in the first week of March, and for us to listen as he taught at the City Celebration & our Together Sunday. Below are his teachings from the times - Take a listen!
Is this deeply affectionate Epistle from Paul to the Church in Philippi, Paul thanks the Church for their generosity towards their Ministry, and shares his experiences of being completely content in any situation and the joy in hearing Christ being proclaimed. He leaves the Philippians with a call for unification, challenging them to be servants just as Jesus was the ultimate servant.
Sermons from the year of 2016 not falling under a specific series.
Great Expectations is our 2015 Christmas series, looking at the Greatest Expectations we as Christians have because of Christ's birth.
Sermons from the year of 2015 not falling under a specific series.
Tough Questions is a once a month series dedicated to exploring the tough questions posed towards Christianity. The series seeks to answer these questions for people inquiring about the faith, as well as equipping people in the community to answer these questions when they're asked by people who aren't Christians.
On the weekend of the 11th of October, we were joined by Wally Gerstmeier from Life Changers Church in Cape Town, to listen about personal evangelism and the importance of telling our story to see people saved by the Gospel.