Sermons from September 2012

Pt 3 – Characteristics Of A Healing Church – B

Being The Church Together Pt 3 – Characteristics Of A Healing Church – B In this inspiring message, “Characteristics Of A Healing Church – B”, David Hibbert shares 3 more characteristis on how to be a church that brings healing to others: (4) avoid using guilt and shame to motivate, (5) put a high value on reaching the lost, and (6) see Christianity as a journey not a destination.

Pt 2 – Characteristics Of A Healing Church – A

Being The Church Together Pt 2 – Characteristics Of A Healing Church – A In Part 2 of this series, “The Characteristics Of A Healing Church – A”, David Hibbert explains the first three characteristics: Churches that heal encourage and respect healthy boundaries, churches that heal are willing to accept and forgive people, and churches that heal don’t categorize or condemn people.

The Golden Rule

The Golden Rule In this inspiring and challenging teaching, Kathy Hibbert gives encouragement, and many practical examples, of how and why to live the “Golden Rule” on a daily basis.

Pt 1 – Choosing To Be A Healing Church

Being The Church Together Pt 1 – Choosing To Be A Healing Church In part one of this series “Being The Church Together”, David Hibbert shares on “Becoming A Healing Church”. He shares on the need for every church to be a healing centre, and then addresses the core issues necessary for a church to begin developing themselves as healing churches.

The Four Pillars Of Christian Maturity

The Four Pillars Of Christian Maturity In this message, David Hibbert looks at the Four Pillars Of Christian Maturity, as outlined in Acts 2:42-47. He explains each of the four pillars, and then gives practical examples of why they are so important to our spiritual health and maturity. He also gives a graphic example of what will happen to our spiritual life, if we neglect this four pillars.