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Sermon Topic Prayer & Worship


Prayer Altars

During the AIDS epidemic in Uganda in the 1980s, God spoke to a man named John Mulinde, calling him to spark a prayer movement that turned the nation around. By the 1990s, the rate of HIV infections had dropped dramatically. In Taiwan, a similar prayer movement broke out in 2005,…
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Created For Worship Series

We were created to thrive in His presence. With the entrance of sin, we were wrenched from God's heart and cut off from our life source. To restore us, God paid the highest price: the life of His only begotten Son, who took our place so we would be reconciled…
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Watch And Pray

We are in a time of intensifying fulfilment of end-time prophecy, with dynamic changes in and around Israel. We, the Church, must be awake and alert in such a time as this. Prayer brings about sobriety of spirit like nothing else. Sobriety clears out confusion, distraction, deception and discouragement. As…
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On Earth As It Is In Heaven Series

Prayer was the hallmark of Jesus' life, the secret to everything He accomplished. The disciples asked Jesus to teach them only one thing -- to pray! In Part 1 of this series, Rev John exhorts us to shake off complacency and begin to steward the power of prayer. In Part…
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The Power Of Prayer Series

Jesus modelled a lifestyle of prayer built on intimate conversations between Him and His Father. Every word, miracle, and action we see in Jesus' life came out of His intimacy with God. Prayer is not about giving God information He does not have -- it is part of our training…
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Ministering To The Lord Series

As royal priests, our chief function is to serve the King. We were created for a love relationship with God, not a rote application of religious principles. Access to this sort of communion is not exclusive to a select few: we were all created to be friends of God, bringing…
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