Learning from Jesus' teaching in the Sermon on the Mount (Matt. 5-7), we will be exploring the elements that make up a rock-solid and effective Kingdom life! New series begins Sunday 14th May 2017.
In this message, Pastor Nick Resce from Unihill Church, Australia, speaks into the future of BCC and encourages the Church to move forward into the future God has for them. He gives key points which we can all apply to our lives in developing our ministry.
In this last message of The King's Speech, Adam Bird unpacks Matthew 7:15-29, teaching us that it is not enough for us to just be "hearers" of the Kingdom and it is not enough for us to just be "doers". We must be both hearers and doers.
In this message, Vlad Ciolan preaches from Matthew 7:7-12 speaking about what Jesus meant when 'ask and it will be given'. Vlad then goes on to teach us about 'The Golden Rule', explain the importance of "whatever you wish that others would do to you, do also to them".
In this message, Graham Ashby goes through Matthew 7:1-6 and teaches us what it means when it says to "take the plank out of your own eye" and to not be a hypocritical judge.
In this message, Pastor Mark Wiltshire takes us through to the end of Matthew chapter 6 - The Sermon on the Mount - where Jesus encourages his listeners not to worry about everyday life matters. Putting God and money in their rightful places.
In this message, Vlad Ciolan takes us through Jesus' message from the Sermon on the Mount about where we store our treasures. Our heart follows our treasure so we should invest in Kingdom treasures that are eternal.
In today's message, Adam Bird goes through Matthew 6:5-15, The Lord's Prayer, and teaches us how our prayer life can take us into a deeper relationship with God.
In this message, Graham Ashby breaks down Matthew 6:1-4 and explains that we all need to be charitable but when we are, we must do it in secret.
In this message, Pastor Mark Wiltshire speaks on Matthew 5:43-48 which teaches about loving your enemies. Pastor Mark unpacks what Jesus meant when He tells us to love our enemies and pray for those who persecute us and how revenge brings more hate but 'love carries redemption'.
In this message, Deborah Holman continues our current series, teaching on Matthew 5:38-42 which speaks about retaliation. Deborah unpacks what Jesus meant when He said 'Turn the other cheek' and she teaches that we should retaliate by going the extra mile for our enemies.
Continuing our series, Pastor Mark opens up Matthew 5:31-32 and teaches about how we can create strong, dependable relationships.
In this message Vlad Ciolan gives us an overview of the damaging affects that lust has. Looking at how it affected people in the Bible and how it affects us now, Vlad gives us some Biblical tips on how to deal with the issue of lust.
In this message, continuing our journey through the Sermon on the Mount, Adam Bird examines what Jesus and the scriptures have to say about Anger. Anger can be both good and bad. It can lead to sin or, if managed correctly, can lead to a positive change. With helpful tips to help us learn to control our ‘bad’ anger and release our ‘good’ anger, this message could be just the thing to help you move towards a fuller Kingdom life.
In this message, Vlad Ciolan teaches that the relationship between God and Israel was established through His Covenant, not through His Law. The Law was given to an "already saved" (from Egyptian slavery) people, 430 years after the permanent covenant God made with Abraham.
Pastor Peter Tsukahira, Kehilat HaCarmel, unpacks part of 2 Kings 5 to reveal how God remains Sovereign over Israel, and explains how his promises can then be trusted to apply to each of us individually. Peter also gives insights into the importance of humility, and how this draws God’s power into our lives.
Pastor Peter Tsukahira, Kehilat HaCarmel, Israel, shows us that in the Bible, if God says He will do something, it will always happen and how that is still true today.
Pastor Peter Tsukahira, Kehilat HaCarmel, Israel, talks us through the journey we go through as Christians in discovering our gift and how God equips us to use it.
Continuing our series through the Sermon on the Mount, Adam Bird looks at what it means to be Salt of the Earth - shunning a ‘compartmentalised’ life and submitting totally to the will and power of the Holy Spirit.
Pastor Mark opens this New series with a focus on the importance of building strong foundations individually and as a church. The greater the building the stronger the foundations must be. The basis of everything is the work of Christ in our lives, and this is brought alive through a review of the beatitudes, contrasting human nature with kingdom nature.