Sermons on a variety of subjects with Summaries, Transcripts and PowerPoints
How do we feel free in an area that often makes people feel stressed, deflated or hopeless? What do we need to learn in order to feel empowered financially? Why do some people trust God with their finances while others struggle to give? This series will give your church practical tools and insightful Biblical principles to flourish as they worship God with their time, talents and treasure, as they live out a generous life in Christ.
Many of us are faced with the challenge of a busy life. This sermon unpacks 2 key spiritual disciplines we can all practise to maintain a vibrant spiritual life in an overly demanding world.
Sermon pack includes: Full sermon transcript, outline, PowerPoint slides and artwork.
Humility is a challenging topic: who is qualified to speak on humility? As I researched this topic, I noticed that it isn’t about being polite or avoiding positive feedback and accolades, but something much more challenging!
This resource pack offers a Sermon Outline, Transcript, PowerPoint Presentation, Video, Testimony and Images to help deliver a powerful sermon to your congregation on the subject of forgiveness.
TSA Specific Events
Right at the Heart
Sunday 2 August 2015
International Day of Prayer for Children Sunday 27 July 2014
Small Group Studies
Studies by a variety of authors
A Study on Healing: The first step we can take is to bring our bruises to Christ. He alone has the ultimate power to carry our pain and heal us of our eternal separation from God.
These studies form a part of our Adult Discipleship material.
They are written by our senior adults for seniors adults (50+) but are suitable for use by a much wider age range.
Victor Hugo’s Les Misérables has recently been made into a movie, starring Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe, Anne Hathaway and others. This story contains a beautiful picture of the difference between law and grace.
Jesus and Justice is a new book-length study that has been developed by the International Social Justice Commission.