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On Sunday, as part of our ‘Real Hope Week’, we’re hosting around 20 Moore College students for an eight-day ‘mission’ to connect with the community of Oak Flats and to talk about the real hope in the real Jesus at our Sunday services as well as many other events throughout the week.
On Sunday, we’re up for a treat as Adam Hotson speaks at 9am on the topic ‘Pride and Predjudice’ and as Rob Llewellyn speaks on ‘The Great Reversal’ at 5pm.
Every week is a great Sunday to come along if you’re not yet a believer in Jesus, but the next two are especially good, because we’re going to be making it crystal clear about how to put your trust in Jesus and know the real hope only he can provide.
The Moore College team joining us are one of thirteen teams across the world (yep… you read that right!) and you can track what’s happening across all the mission teams by visiting the specially-designed website at mission.moore.edu.au for details, or use #mooremission in Twitter.
It’s only a week away from the start of our 8-day Real Hope Week ‘mission’ in conjunction with Moore College.
We’ve got new signs, T-Shirts, brochures, fridge magnets, a new coffee machine, and even jumping castles and slushies! We’re pulling out all the stops to make as much noise as possible in our community.
But why bother? Why go to all the trouble of trying to connect with the community?
The answer is pretty simple. Anyone who doesn’t trust in Jesus as lord and saviour is destined to eternal hell, which is the most awful thing possible. And we have the words of eternal life… so we should be compelled to share them with the world!
But how does this work with our church gatherings, especially the main ones on Sunday? How do they fit into evangelism?
This Sunday’s sermon addresses this very issue… and we’ll see that the same gathering that is designed to strengthen believers will also work to bring unbelievers to come to know Jesus… because God’s word is dual action!