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What Are You Trusting In?

January 3, 2021
With a New Year already underway, what are you trusting in?  Is it the next twelve months, a Covid19 vaccine or a myriad of other things. As followers of Jesus…

Hope for 2021

December 27, 2020
As we look forward to a new year we can confidently put our hope in Jesus Christ.

Comfort at Christmas

December 13, 2020
Christmas can be an amazing time of year, but it can also be a challenging time of year. As we dive headlong into the Christmas rush where is it that…

Mary of Narareth

December 6, 2020
Mary responds to the news from the Angel Gabriel with an incredible song - The Magnificat. Her response focuses on what she knows about God, even though she faces many…
What was the best Christmas present you ever received? With the hustle and bustle of Christmas, dominated by advertising we can forget that it is actually about Jesus. So as…

3 ‘R’ Commitment to Jesus

November 22, 2020
When Jesus called the disciples and they 'followed him' it was not simply a rational decision. It involved relational commitment and living a redemptive kingdom focused life. This morning its…

Volunteer Appreciation Sunday

November 15, 2020
No organisation, the church included can function without the service and commitment of volunteers.  Here at Kaiapoi Baptist Church we take seriously the Biblical concept of the church as the…

The Ecclesia

November 8, 2020
The importance of gathering, weekly as the ecclesia. The gathered called out people of God.

The Supremacy of Christ

November 1, 2020
As followers of Jesus Christ we need to understand exactly who he is. This passage is one of my favourite pieces of Scripture, it boldly declares the supremacy of Christ.…

Sabbatical Reflection

October 25, 2020
Where do you begin. We spent nearly 60 days away and travelled through six countries. It was incredible to see and walk in the places of the early reformers.  We…