We just landed in the UK…
Excited to be Packing our bags ready for the UK @mcintyre_sean
In this weeks sermon we continue looking at Romans chapter 1:1-7. We’re focusing on Paul’s calling and ours. Paul was called by God on the Road to Damascus and experienced a powerful transformation. He stopped being a persecutor of the church and became God’s instrument for taking the Gospel to the nations.
Just as Paul had a calling on his life, we’re also called by God to be holy and serve in His Kingdom. Ministry isn’t just for a few special people, called to be apostles but we’re all a part of God’s plan to reach the world with the Gospel.
Dear Friends, Summer has already arrived and the year has gone by so fast. A lot has happened in Mombasa and so here’s our news update for summer 2015…
God’s Provision for Cancer Treatment
We have recently experienced a wonderful testimony of God’s provision in time of need. A member of our church called Purity Musembi discovered a lump in her breast. Fearful and unaware of the seriousness of her condition, she didn’t share her situation with us for almost a year. As soon as we heard, Joyce took her to see a surgeon in Mombasa Hospital and she was told that she needed an urgent mastectomy..
Welcome to the very first episode of our ‘Verse by Verse’ preaching podcast. We’re currently preaching through the book of Romans and this week we are publishing a sermon on Romans 1:1-7 called ‘God’s Message For The Nations’.
Paul’s letter to the Romans is the most comprehensive explanation of the Gospel message in the New Testament. One of Paul’s great concerns is that the Gospel is for everyone. Regardless of nationality, tribe or social status, God has made a way for all people to have a relationship with Him.