You Are Already Pleasing

Many Christians believe that once we’re saved by grace, the rest is up to us. Yet in Matt 4:1-11, Jesus shows that the way to defeat Satan’s temptations is not by hard work (e.g. self-control); it is by resting in God’s grace (God’s gift). While it looks like Satan is...

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Youth Spotlight

The future is looking bright when it comes to our young people at Earlwood Anglican. If you don’t have much to do with our youth ministry I would like to share three things that are particularly encouraging me at the moment. Our youth are passionate about reading...

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Drawing Nearer To God

Last week’s sermon looked at Immanuel; God drawing near to us. This begged the question; ‘what’s stopping us from drawing near to Him?’ Surely we should want a deeper relationship with the God who gave so much to be in a deeper relationship with us. So how do we draw...

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We Believe …

One of the things we regularly do in our services is stand and recite the Apostle’s Creed. While many older church members hold the Creed to be an important and enjoyable part of the service, many of the younger generations see reciting the Creed in a monotone voice...

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Show Hospitality to Strangers

Hospitality was particularly important in ancient times, as hotels were not available in country towns. If a traveller needed to stop in a town overnight, they relied on the hospitality of the inhabitants of those towns. However, when God made a covenant with the...

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Church Unity

Paul spends the opening four chapters of his first letter to the Corinthians discussing numerous facets of church unity. It is a topic that comes up in almost every letter he addresses to a church (e.g. Rom 15:5, Gal 3:28, Phil 2:2, Col 3:13). So why is this topic so...

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