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Older Sermons & Sermons from Around the World

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Recent Sermon Recordings

andldquo;Everything in moderationandrdquo; seems like a sound rule for life. After all, anything, even something good, can become harmful when taken to an extreme. Yet this common-sense truth finds surprisingly little support in the Lordandrsquo;s Word. As just one example, Jesus says, andldquo;no one can serve two mastersandrdquo; (Matthew 6:24). There is no moderation or balancer here: rather pick a side and wholeheartedly follow it! This Sunday we will look at how a blind devotion to moderation can be harmful and why thinking in terms of prioritisation is a more heavenly outlook.

Sun, Jul 14, 2019
Source: New Church Westville Podcast

This Sunday we will finish our series on the spiritual history of the human race by talking about the beginning of Christianity all the way until today. What happened that made it necessary for there to be a new church after the church started by Jesus Christ? And where do we go from hereandmdash;what do we believe will happen in the next 500 years of the spiritual history of the human race.

Sun, Jun 30, 2019
Source: New Church Westville Podcast

Memorial Service of Jean Powell, including eulogies by Malcolm Powell, Victoria (Powell) Browning, and Rodney Harber.

Wed, Jun 26, 2019
Source: New Church Westville Podcast

In wedding ceremonies and love songs people talk about two people becoming one when they get married. That sounds beautiful and poetic but is it actually possible? To people who are in love it can feel very possible; to people in the midst of a difficult conflict or who have just drifted apart it can feel entirely impossible and naive. And what does andquot;becoming oneandquot; even mean? Does it mean always agreeing with your partner? Does it mean you have to lose yourself in your relationship for it to work? These are the questions we’re going to be digging into this Sunday.

Sun, Jun 23, 2019
Source: New Church Westville Podcast

Joel Glenn’s banquet speech at the 2019 New Church Day Banquet at New Church Westville.

Sat, Jun 22, 2019
Source: New Church Westville Podcast