EventsRegular public lectures on Christian living
What does the Spirit want
What does the Spirit want Christians to do? What does the Spirit enable Christians to do?
There are two common errors in answering these common questions: at one extreme, the humanistic Christians have no place for the Spirit, but lay burdens of morality upon us; at another extreme, the mystical Christians expect the Spirit to magically solve all our problems.
But what does the Spirit-inspired Scriptures tell us to expect about the work of the Holy Spirit in our lives?
At this CCL event, Phillip Jensen will outline what “Spirit-inspired Christian living” really is and (more importantly) how you can live it.
Phillip Jensen is a Bible teacher, an evangelist and the driving force behind Two Ways Ministries, which exists to grow the network of Christians who, by living singlemindedly for Christ, will teach the Bible in such a way as to proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ our Lord and Saviour.
(Monday) 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Marcus Loane Hall
Of all the everyday issues
Of all the everyday issues that Christians struggle with or are anxious about, “hell” is not high on the list. We don’t think or talk about it much. It’s not the subject of many articles, sermons or tweets—at least until some Christian leader comes along and says he doesn’t believe in hell anymore, after which there’s a brief flare-up of heated debate, and then the subject dies down again.
But whether or not we are very concerned about hell, Jesus certainly was. He talked about hell more than anyone else in the Bible; perhaps if he thought it was an important subject, so should we.
So, what is hell? Who is going there? And what difference does this knowledge make to our Christian lives? These are the questions Paul Williamson will address at our October event.
(Wednesday) 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Marcus Loane Hall, Moore College
1 King St, Newtown, NSW Australia