2 Kings 5. The story of Naaman being cured of leprosy. We must submit to Christ's authority on His terms and, as a church, even though we seem weak, we must remember that we serve a mighty and powerful Saviour.
1 Corinthians 11:17-26. Rev Crowe examines the nature and purpose of the sacrament of communion.
Jeremy uses the story of the death and resurrection of Lazarus to show us how God is sovereign.
John 20:19-31. Christine discusses the power of Christ's resurrection and how, if like Thomas, we believe this to be real, we can let go of our fear and receive His grace and mercy.
Matthew 9:14-34. New things don’t fit in an old framework. Grace looks at how Jesus changed the mindset from the religious legalism of his day, and how we, too, can fall in to the same "religious" mindset.
Using the story in Mark 2:1-12 of the paralysed man being lowered through the roof to meet Jesus, George tells us that we must trust Jesus to deal with our sins. This is because (1) sin is our greatest problem, (2) Jesus is able to forgive sins and (3) Jesus is willing to forgive sins.
Rev Kenneth Crowe encourages us to stand firm and know that our labour is not in vain in the Lord.
Romans 5:1-11. Jim looks at the elements of a rescue mission to highlight God's mission to save us "while we were still helpless".
Acts 2:42-47. Using the picture of the early church in Acts 2, Gareth encourages the members of First Presbyterian Church, Ballymoney to continue to use this model for their faith, worship and witness. This was Gareth's final service as minister of First Presbyterian Church, Ballymoney.
Grace Lee tells the congregation a little about what the mission team were able to achieve in Johannesburg during their recent visit.
1 Samuel 3:1-10 and 19-21. Rev Jim Thompson examines the call of Samuel and asks "does God still call today?"
1 Samuel 13:7-14 and Luke 2:25-32. Using the stories of Saul at Gilgal awaiting Samuel's arrival and Simeon awaiting the Messiah, Jim looks at how Christians should respond when faced with uncertainty.
1 Corinthians 14:26-33. The purpose of church and the idea of serving.
A look at the spiritual gifts from the Holy Spirit that help the church.
1 Corinthians 7:1-16. Biblical principles for sex and marriage based on Paul's advice to the Corinthian church.
1 Corinthians 5. Dealing with sexual immorality.
1 Corinthians 7:32-40. Grace looks at Paul's advice to the Corinthians on singleness and marriage.
Luke 10:1-9: Jesus sends out the seventy-two. Rick looks at some key elements from this passage that helps inform what following Jesus should involve.