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Faith Alone

Brother Edwin speaks on how faith works in the life of the believer. After many years of rebelling against God and passionately pursuing the occult, he encountered the power of God, and his life has been transformed since then. In this sermon, he encourages us on why we should pursue a faith walk with Jesus.

Grace Alone

Our Lord Jesus Christ never used the word GRACE, but in countless parables He explained the depth, and width and height of the Father’s grace towards us; His lost sheep, His lost coin, His prodigal son. In this sermon, Brother Jonas Ayeri points us to Christ’s finished work, and how sufficient it is for our lives. May you gain a deep understanding of what it means to be saved by Grace, as you listen to this sermon

Why Christ alone?

Why would Martin Luther say “Christ is the centre and the circumference of the Bible”? Why do Christians insist on Jesus being the only way to God, especially when they know so many good hearted people who are not Christians? Are all those people going to hell? In this sermon, Pastor Kudzo Seneadza answers some of these difficult questions with a lot of wisdom and grace. Be blessed as you listen.

The Relevance of Scripture

In this sermon, Nana Kofi Acquah introduces what is the part one of a five sermon series on the relevance of Scripture, Faith, Grace, Christ and The Glory of God (also known as the five solas), in the Christian’s daily walk with God. May the Truth of God’s word minister to your heart, as you listen.

A Better Big Brother

In this sermon, Matthew Simons, takes us to story of the prodigal son, and shows us that unlike the jealous, judgmental big brother in that story, we have a Big Brother who is willing to make us Joint-Heirs of His inheritance. Christ’s willingness to share everything He has with us, in spite of our wastefulness, is the ultimate grace story.

God Remembers

Throughout the diverse dark periods in church history, God always comes through and always remembers His people. In this prophetic expository sermon based on the book of Zechariah, Brother Joe Seneadza points us to the Five Solas of The Reformation, and calls us the church to embrace the new move of the Spirit across the world.