Doing all things in Hope
Interview (Cornerstones)

Doing all things in Hope

April 24, 2017  |  Joe Boot and David Robinson

The Christian life is characterized by hopefulness. The cultural mandate means that everything we do is motivated by a looking forward to Christ's restoration of all things.

The Beginnings of Restoration
Interview (Cornerstones)

The Beginnings of Restoration

April 12, 2017  |  Joe Boot and David Robinson

The Easter story is the story of the beginning of Christ's promise to make all things new. As the firstborn from among the dead, Jesus is fulfilling the original mandate given to Adam and Eve.

The Joy of the Lord is our Strength

January 11, 2015  |  David Robinson
The restoration events depicted in Nehemiah 8 are a good example to the Church today of what our attitude towards the teachings of scripture should be especially as we enter a new year.

The Joy of the Lord is our Strength

January 11, 2015  |  David Robinson

The restoration events depicted in Nehemiah 8 are a good example to the Church today of what our attitude towards the teachings of scripture should be, especially as we enter a new year.

The Calling and Fruits of Evangelism

June 22, 2014  |  Joe Boot

The humanism of our culture is burning out and idle utopian delusions occupy those waiting for the end. While humanism is committing suicide, this is a time of glorious opportunity to bring the saving Gospel of Jesus.

The Calling and Fruits of Evangelism

June 22, 2014  |  Joe Boot

The humanism of our culture is burning out and idle utopian delusions occupy those waiting for the end. While humanism is committing suicide, this is a time of glorious opportunity to bring the saving Gospel of Jesus.

Ministry, Service, and Power

September 30, 2012  |  Joe Boot
The humanist vision of the future is to bring rebirth by controlling people; the biblical vision is that the powerful work of the Holy Spirit will transform people. When we try to change people by our own power we end up sinfully dominating and controlling others. We are called to serve, not change, others. We cannot make a new creation out of anyone; only God can. In seeking the kingdom and righteousness of God, we seek God's purposes instead of instant personal satisfaction. We exercise a power and authority from beyond history, for the good of future generations.

Ministry, Service, and Power

September 30, 2012  |  Joe Boot

The humanist vision of the future is to bring rebirth by controlling people; the biblical vision is that the powerful work of the Holy Spirit will transform people. When we try to change people by our own power we end up sinfully dominating and controlling others. We are called to serve, not change, others. We cannot make a new creation out of anyone; only God can. In seeking the kingdom and righteousness of God, we seek God's purposes instead of instant personal satisfaction. We exercise a power and authority from beyond history, for the good of future generations.

Paul's Defence in Jerusalem

May 27, 2012  |  David Robinson
We must not be hasty or presumptuous when listening for God's call for our lives.

Paul's Defence in Jerusalem

May 27, 2012  |  David Robinson

We must not be hasty or presumptuous when listening for God's call for our lives.