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Weekly-ish sermon recordings from the Whitehouse Church in Canberra. If you’re a fan of Greg Boyd and Brian Zahnd among others, you’ll definitely notice the influence (and occasionally shameless borrowing) of their great ideas. The Whitehouse Church is mostly Neo-Anabaptist~ish, post-evangelical leaning in worldview. We see Jesus as the full expression of what God is like and try to build community around his teachings. If you have any questions or comments check out our website and send us ...
 
New Life Kingdom Builders Ministries is a place where people can come and be made whole. We believe in people, marriages and families receiving restoration, healing and deliverance through the power of God. We believe Christians should go out in the power of the Holy Ghost and the authority given by Jesus to be the kingdom here on earth. We are a network of ministries that go out and do the Father’s will by doing what Jesus did in Matthew 4:23 by preaching, teaching and healing all manner of ...
 
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This week we continue our series on the church's mission. One of the main missions of the church is to be like Jesus. We are not to mimic man or other churches but we are to be like Jesus. Elder Wigfall dives into how we as Christians have to be honest. There are times in life we may have some doubt when it comes to getting a prayer answered and th…
 
The church should be a place of healing, not a place that causes trauma. And not just miraculous physical healing, but the kind of healing that comes from deep abiding relationship, from connectedness, intimacy and belonging. The kind of healing that comes from extended times of listening, from tea and from coffee, and from the breaking of bread.…
 
Christians today no matter how long we have been saved or what title we have are all disciples. None of the disciples Jesus chose were perfect. We are all familiar with Peter and Judas but what about James, John, Nathaniel and Andrew. How did Jesus end up picking the 12 out of the thousands who followed Him. What Jesus did to pick the 12 is what we…
 
John received his calling before he was born but it was manifested while he was in the wilderness when the word of God came to him. He said he was the voice of one crying in the wilderness. John was the herald for Jesus' first coming and the church should be the herald for Jesus' second coming. The world is a wilderness and unfortunately many are s…
 
These incredible stories are signposts for us in the gospel of Mark. Jesus didn’t heal everyone in the world or raise every dead person in the region. But in these examples, we see what his kingdom will be like in the time to come. God is remaking the world through Jesus and one day his kingdom will look like all the signposts that Jesus left behin…
 
We are in the last days that Paul warns us of in 2 Timothy 3. While we are in perilous times Jesus also tells us that the harvest is ripe but the laborers are few. As Christians we are to be laborers for God. Regardless of what the world, any nation, or world leader does we have to be the voice of God's message to the lost. God's judgment is coming…
 
The mustard bush was not a plant that any farmer would sow into his field. They are an invasive plant that grows and takes over! It is a weed! And the kingdom of God is like this, it will get into every nook and cranny, it will find every space and it will grow. There is no stopping it! The kingdom of God is going to uproot the kingdom of the world…
 
We are in the last days that Paul warns us of in 2 Timothy 3. While we are in perilous times Jesus also tells us that the harvest is ripe but the laborers are few. As Christians we are to be laborers for God. Regardless of what the world, any nation, or world leader does we have to be the voice of God's message to the lost. God's judgment is coming…
 
We only have One perfect Father and that is the Heavenly Father. The Bible says we are to honor our parents, but often times we try to get things from our natural fathers they just cannot give. When we come with those expectations that leads to disappointments and hurts for both the child and the father. Dr. Wigfall shows through Scripture that we …
 
The teachers of the law had a sinister agenda. By labelling Jesus as 'possessed' they were also trying to justify to the people what they were planning to do to him.This is a common tactic even today when authorities want to get away with hurting people. Our media is often complicit with policy makers in creating labels that dehumanise people with …
 
Ultimately, spiritual maturity is about balance. We want to be sensitive to the subtle and emotive voice of the Holy Spirit whilst being tempered with the wisdom and discernment that the Holy Spirit offers. Simply being stoic and emotionless does not make you mature; it makes you a cold and unfeeling. At the same time, always being ‘led’ to do thin…
 
Everything we do as believers should bring glory to the Father. Jesus demonstrated this in His walk. Jesus took no glory for Himself but gave all the glory to the Father. There are things the Bible tells us that we as Christians should do that will bring glory to the Father. Jesus says in John 15 the Father is glorified when we bear "much fruit".…
 
My experience as a child and as an adult has been blessed because I have always known that my mum loves me. All my life she has laid in the gate and protected me. She has been a good shepherd.I have never doubted her love, and there is nothing that I could do that would stop her from loving me. She bore me in her womb and fed me at her breast. She …
 
Jesus’ physical incarnation, physical death, and physical resurrection, marked by Christmas and Easter, are central to his embodiment of humanity and show us that the flesh is fundamentally good and capable of housing the divine presence. Our bodies are not bad. Our flesh is not bad. This world is not bad. When God created the earth and everything …
 
It is vital for us as Christians to fellowship with the Holy Spirit. This week we take a look at 2 Corinthians 13:4 and Philippians 2:1-2. We also take a look at Acts 9 and the conversion of Paul the Apostle. Elder Wigfall teaches how Ananias' response shows how he had been fellowshipping with the Lord and how he was familiar with the voice of the …
 
As Christians we are commanded to be filled with the Holy Spirit but in order to be filled it starts with a relationship with Jesus Christ. As we are filled we have to remain filled. We remain filled by praying, studying and fellowshipping with the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit is calling for us to spend time with him continuously. The word continuo…
 
According to Ephesians 5 we are to be filled with the Holy Spirit. If we as Christians are filled with the Holy Spirit then there are certain things we will not find ourselves doing. Many churches do not acknowledge the role of the Holy Spirit in our lives but it is vital for us as believers to be filled. Being filled is an ongoing process and is i…
 
This message is not to offend anyone but to educate believers on the dangers of pharmaceutical drugs that are being pushed upon people. Often times when we see witchcraft in the New Testament we think of an old lady with a black hat and a broom but that is not what the Bible is referencing. Pharmaceutical drugs are a big business that draws in larg…
 
This week we break down the definitions of the works of the flesh listed in Galatians 5 from the original Greek. As we take a look at the meanings of the words we find that we as Christians may in fact be practicing some of these works in our personal lives and in our churches. Paul warns us that those who practice such things will not inherit the …
 
There are many things in the Bible that we can rightly call biblical, that we cannot rightly call Christian.If there is any confusion about whose opinion, tradition, or practice is most valid it is made clear for us here at the transfiguration; Jesus supersedes everything that came before him. “Listen to him!” The law and prophets testified about J…
 
This week we continue our study on the works of the flesh. We discuss Greek definitions for some of the works mentioned in Romans 1. We warn how some of these sins can and are being committed by those in the church and we also discuss how the Apostle Paul warns us how we are in perilous times. We must stay connected to Jesus Christ in these last da…
 
Often Christians try and motivate themselves in their walk with the Lord to overcome our flesh as if they are gearing up for a workout. However, no matter how much a person tries to motivate themselves they will not be able to overcome the power of the flesh. God has given us His Holy Spirit and that is how we are able to over the inner struggles o…
 
A terrible side effect of our disbelief in spiritual things is that we fail to recognise their influence and fail to respond to them. There are two sets of values at play in the world, those that are consistent with the kingdom of God and those that are not. Those that bring life and those that bring death. Those that seek to restore and build, and…
 
Last week we talked about pet sins and how we tend to categorize sins. This week we take a look at Joshua chapter 7 where Achan committed what he thought was a secret sin. Many Christians have secret sins and unlike pet sins secret sins include every sin mentioned in the Bible that we try and keep covered up. As Christians we should know that there…
 
As Christians we learn to categorize sins and there are some sins we learn to hold onto instead of looking for deliverance from God. Pet sins are like pets; they can start out small then grow bigger to the point they can hurt us and others around us. Pet sins are different for each person. Yes, we will not be perfect but we should not be habitually…
 
Whilst the cross has mostly been used as a symbol of service and sacrifice, it has also been turned into a symbol of power. Seeking military, political, or social power in the name of the cross of Christ is blasphemy. Committing acts of violence, greed, imperialism, judgement, genocide, superiority, and power over people in the name of the cross is…
 
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